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3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project

3D Mandala Grey Wolf - Layered Cricut Design Space Project

3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project. Another amazing mandala design. This was a really fun project, I really enjoyed making this for my craft room.

Omg look at him! I’m in love!!!

3D Mandala Grey Wolf - Layered Cricut Design Space Project
3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project

To make this 3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project you will need:

Cricut Maker or ExploreShop Cricut (see notes in comments regarding the project being too intricate for the Cricut Joy)

Cricut design spaceCricut Design Space™

Cardstock

White Cardstock

Grey Cardstock

Black Cardstock

Blue cardstock

Glitter cardstock (if using)

I chose the colours from the Grey Coloured Paper Pad A4 24 Pack from hobbycraft. They have loads of lovely colours in this range. For the wolfs eyes I used a scrap piece of blue card I had lying around.

Link to the Grey Coloured Paper Pad A4 24 Pack: https://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/grey-coloured-paper-pad-a4-24-pack/650960-1008

Link to Silver Glitter Effect Card A4 16 Sheets: https://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/silver-glitter-effect-card-a4-16-sheets/650592-1001?_br_psugg_q=glitter+card

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3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project

Adhesive Spray

I used adhesive spray for this project. This gives a flat kind of look to the project.

(NOTE: Open the window and cover your workspace, this spray smells really strong and even though I had a A3 pad covering my workspace it still got everywhere lol).

The adhesive spray that I used is not showing online but I bought from Hobbycraft and it was called ‘Permanent Adhesive Spray 200ml’

Adhesive Foam Pads

For a more 3D look I used foam pads in between the layers. (NOTE: try to hide the foam pads under each layer by cutting them to size so you can’t see them). Link:

https://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/white-adhesive-foam-pads-5mm-x-5mm-x-2mm-440-pieces/606178-1000

(I am not affiliated with hobbycraft, I just love their stuff lol)

Blue Light Grip Cricut Mat

I used the blue light grip mat for all the layers.

3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project (link below)

Edit: This is not an SVG file, it is a Cricut Design Space project.

NOTE: THE LINK BELOW IS FOR A PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP –

  • Click on LINK & JOIN
  • GO TO FILES
  • SCROLL DOWN TO ‘3D MANDALAS/ZENTANGLES’
  • Click SEE ORIGINAL POST
  • Click 3D MANDALAS/ZENTANGLES
  • SCROLL THROUGH ALL THE AMAZING MANDALA PROJECTS YOU CAN MAKE!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/CricutExploreAndMore/?ref=share

All credit for this project goes to their designer, Cindy Duke, for this fantastic design.

3D Mandala Grey Wolf - Layered SVG
3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project

Settings:

Cricut settings

I made the Project smaller to fit the paper I had – 20cm wide x 18.5cm length.

Material setting for all layers – LIGHT CARDSTOCK – 60lb (163gsm)

Material setting for glitter cardstock – HEAVY CARDSTOCK – (250GSM)

NOTE: there may be better settings but these are the ones that worked for me.

3D Mandala Grey Wolf - Layered SVG - Glitter Effect
3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project – Glitter effect

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4 thoughts on “3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered Cricut Design Space Project

  1. Thanks for referring your readers to my Facebook group to get this design. You did an amazing job with your version! Just wanted to make sure your readers know that it’s not actually a SVG – but a Design Space project. Which means it can’t be used with cutting machines other than the Explore and Maker. (The size would possibly be too intricate to use with the Cricut Joy.) Credit for this project goes to Cindy Duke. Thanks again for sharing! 🙂

    1. Hey! Thank you for your lovely comments and feedback. Apologies if I have caused any confusion, I have adjusted my post to reflect your above points. If you have any further feedback please do not hesitate to contact me again.

      Thanks for reaching out! 🙂

  2. I really want to make this. I see your directions but I cannot access the file in design space. What I found simiar to it s a print and draw. Any help in making this for a shadow box would be greatly appreciated. If is for my school. We are the Timberwolves. Thanks,

    1. Hi, the design file is from a Facebook group that has links for Cindy Dukes files. The directions to get the file are in the above post. If you require any more help please do not hesitate to contact me. Kind regards, Beejui Creations

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