3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered SVG Project. Another amazing mandala project. This was a really fun project, I really enjoyed making this for my craft room.
Omg look at him! I’m in love!!!
To make this 3D Mandala Grey Wolf – Layered SVG project you will need:
Cricut design space
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
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:
(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 Letter SVG (link below)
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!
All credit goes to their designers for this fantastic design.
I made the SVG 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.