Tiny House Design Stencil Giveaway

Enter for a chance to win a set of 6 tiny house design stencils. These are the original stencils I introduced in 2017 – and they are no longer available. When they were available they cost $95.

These are not to be confused with the new generation of stencils I’ve launched on Kickstarter. I learned a lot making the original set of six and have consolidated the best of those in two new stencils. To learn more about the new stencils visit the Tiny House Design Stencil Kickstarter Campaign.

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Below: Photos of the original Tiny House Design Stencils.

Enter up to once a day until the giveaway ends on July 16, 2018. This giveaway is limited only to entries from people in the US. There is no purchase necessary; void where prohibited. One winner will be selected randomly. The winner will need to provide a mailing address in the US to receive their prize.

Below is a demo of the new stencils and how they can be used to draw a tiny house floor plan.

Learn more about the Bullet Journal used in the video.

6 thoughts on “Tiny House Design Stencil Giveaway

  1. Margaret Hauptfleisch says:

    I have been drawing my tiny house for over a year. What was missing was exact sized details. You will give me the tools to have them. Thank you!

  2. Michael Inman says:

    While most people use computers to design and draw their tiny homes on Wheels, I still do all my design work on my small drafting board (24″x36″).

  3. James K Plunk says:

    My wife and I are looking to finish fixing up our house. Sale it and build a tiny house, down size 80% and start living simple. When you are young you want big and grand. when you get older you find out smaller and less is best.

  4. Wanda Ball says:

    Things I consider for tiny house living if I ever get there. Down stairs bedroom due to aging and health issues. Need to be able to get around the bed for making. I would like a house with a tub, but would now consider the tub with door as getting older. I like lots of windows. I like the idea of being able to open the space to the outdoors. I saw one TH where the counter over the wheel well had an accordion window to the outside with a partial drop down table on the outside so that when it was up and window open you could potential sit 6. With storage over the wheel well – they used for liquor cabinet. I like the idea of a loft, but with stairs at the far end up into the loft. I’d like to see more designs come out for the older generation who want to down size.

  5. Kimberly J Matic says:

    I bought a shell and because windows and entry door we’re already in place I couldn’t build the kitchen higher for a bed underneath. I anticipate buying another down the road a bit and have it designed to meet my aging needs. I have stairs but at a rise I am really struggling with because I built them turn 1/2 way up so they would take a 36″x36″ square on the bathroom wall to not impede on living area. Well not working so well, I really want to take them out and go to regular stairs. I love my tiny…and don’t regret it one little bit. I will just have to sell and upgrade a bit. πŸ™‚

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