What better way to start decorating then to make these fun layered paper pumpkins for Fall with free SVG! Two to choose from: a layered Mandala pumpkin for framing or a 3D layered pumpkin to sit as a centerpiece on your table!
This layered pumpkin is so easy to make and provides you many options to chose various color combinations! I know you will love making it. Once you make yours be sure to post it in the Facebook Group Cricut Fun Free SVGs and Tutorials.
This layered pumpkin is so easy to make and provides you many options to chose various color combinations! I know you will love making it. Once you make yours be sure to post it in the Facebook Group Cricut Fun Free SVGs and Tutorials. I’ll be giving away prizes in the group for contributors for the rest of the year! It’s a GREAT Beginners project to create your first layered Mandala!
YOU MAY WANT TO CREATE THIS 3D PAPER PUMPKIN TOO!
If you like this pumpkin, then I think you will also love the 3D pumpkin I designed as well.
It is made so you can fan it out and it can sit on your table and when your done, fold it flat and put away until next year!
Go crazy with your imagination on this cutie! Different papers, glitter, velum, card stock, layers and colors can be used with this simple pattern! Cut more than one layer and create a more full pumpkin to grace your table!
To get the Personal Use File Sign up on the form or if you are already a member, go to the resource library and search on tags for pumpkins and click download. The commercial version is available in the shop.
Supplies for the Pumpkin 3D Mandala Centerpiece SVG
How to assemble the Pumpkin
After you have downloaded the SVG, go to make it and cut out as many layers of each of the pumpkins you wish. The example made above is just one layer of each design.
If you need help on how to download and upload the project check out this post: How to Download and Upload SVG Files
This is the order of the layers. Each layer is slightly shorter than the other. You need to cut 1 of the green and minimum of 2 for all the other layers.
Cut out more layers of each to make your pumpkin more full.
Use different colors and patterns to create a variety!
This is the middle “Base” of the pumpkin. You only need to cut one of the green which ends up sandwiched between the two brown layers.
Use a glue stick to adhere these layers together so the base is very sturdy.
Once you have cut all the layers, Use a scoring tool to add score lines on each pumpkin layer.
I used this handy tool instead of doing it on the Cricut, but you can add score lines to the pumpkin in Design Space if you wish.
I like the ability to put the lines exactly where I need them without having to switch out the tools in the machine.
Bend each layer at the score line.
Attach the double sided tape to the Backs of each layer down the middle.
Align the layers at the bottom to make it easier to attach them to each other in the right place.
Then lower the layer down and press on the middle to get the tape to stick.
On the center piece Score it as shown here start at the bottom and angle upwards as shown.
Bend the paper on the line.
Attach a piece of double sided tape to the front right as shown.
Attach the taped edge to the last layer (smallest one) on the right of the score line on that layer.
Attach a small piece of double sided tape to the other side and attach it to the pumpkin.
When you are ready to store your pumpkin just separate this tiny piece so the pumpkin will lay flat for storage.
This creates a rounded center piece to add a decorative piece that will add stability to your pumpkin.
You may chose to leave it off if you wish.
This is how your center piece will look after being attached to the pumpkin layer.
You will repeat all these steps for the other side of the pumpkin giving it a 3D effect.
Or you can just do one side and hang it on a wall or door!
Take your time to pull apart the layers and create the roundness of your pumpkin!
If you like this, then you might like making our layered Manadala pumpkin!
To get the free SVG click here:
Let me know how you like the designs in the comments and make suggestions for more!
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