Victorian Firehouse SVG & DXF Pattern
The Firehouse is the second in my Victorian Series and was the April 2021 Putz House Monthly pattern. Bottom insert has a hole cut out where you can place a battery operated tea light. Optional pattern for Putz-style hole in back of building for light included. You can cut the house and finish as you like for any holiday or theme!
I consider this an intermediate pattern. No element is particularly challenging. There is, however, a lot of trim.
YOU MUST HAVE A CUTTING MACHINE: CRICUT/SILHOUETTE OR SCANNCUT TO USE THESE FILES! IMAGES SHOWN ARE A FINISHED SAMPLE YOU ARE PURCHASING THE CUTTING FILES NOT A FINISHED PRODUCT.
Finished size: 5 1/4″ deep, 4 3/4″ wide and 9 3/4″ tall – easily size as you like with cutting files
DIGITAL KIT includes files for SVG & DXF as well as a PDF instruction file with complete instructions and photos for completing the project. PDF includes additional link to website with detailed photos, construction techniques, and design inspirations.
DIGITAL FILES – NO PHYSICAL PRODUCT WILL BE SHIPPED
Suggested materials: cardboard, Kraft Board, cardstock, black and/or gold Cricut fine point pen.
Collect an entire village made by YOU! These look great on a mantle or as a village around the base of a tree. They make wonderful housewarming gifts or presents for every occasion. Check back often as I am constantly designing new buildings.
I based my second Victorian building on a fire house built in 1896 in San Francisco. In 1921, Engine Company No. 33 was the last of the SFFD engine companies to bid farewell to their horse-drawn fire engine. The ceilings of the original fire house are each twenty feet high and the hose drying tower is sixty feet high. Though the original firehouse was built entirely of redwood, I thought it would also look nice as a brick building, so did that for my first model.
Check out my finished examples for inspiration. I hope you find this building fun to make.
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