3D Layered Easter SVG Cut Files
A collection of 3D Layered SVGs for Easter including both free and paid cut files from some of my favorite designers.
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3D Layered SVGs for Easter
Layered SVG cut files are one of the most popular types of designs crafters are cutting on their Cricut, Silhouette and other cutting machines.
These multi-layered cut files are for both beginners and veteran crafters.
You can download basic layered designs or incredibly intricate designs like layered mandalas.
I've seen a lot of really fun layered Easter designs that I thought I'd put together a collection of my favorites.
Here you'll find both free and paid designs you'll for sure want to try!
Free 3D Layered Easter Cut Files
You'll find quite a few layered Easter Egg designs in this collection. This is my free Layered Easter Egg Mandala. Download the free Easter Egg Mandala cut files from my Resource Library.
This free 3D Layered Easter Egg design by Jennifer Makerhas a filigree style and you can also download one with a mandala style.
Bunnies, carrots, eggs, and Easter baskets all scream Easter in the best of ways. This free Happy Easter Layered Egg design from Well Crafted Studio is perfect for the Easter holiday and comes with a second design version as well.
This free Easter Egg Layered Mandala design by Special Heart Studio is just stunning. It's amazing how one design can look so different when use different colors for each layer.
This was one of my first layered designs and I just love how it turned out. Download the free Layered Mandala Cross cut files in my Resource Library.
This free Layered Filigree Easter Bunny from Jennifer Maker is so adorable. I just love the detail she's added with the filigree style.
Speaking of adorable Easter Bunnies, check out this free Layered Easter Bunny with an Easter Egg from Special Heart Studio.
If you liked the filigree Easter Bunny then you'll also have to download this free Layered Filigree Easter Chick by Jennifer Makerto go with.
Or how about this free, sweet Layered Easter Chick from Special Heart Studio. Her bunny and chick make such a cute pair!
How cute is this free Layered Easter Basket from Gina C. Creates?! I can't wait to make one.
Paid 3D Layered Easter Cut Files
These SVG Easter Egg cut files from Hey Let's Make Stuff are perfect for a sweet Easter banner or other Spring decor!
This sweet 3D Bunny shadowbox cut file from Okadee SVG comes with 9 different accessories to dress him/her up for the Easter season! Make sure to check out their other 3D Easter cut files.
This 3D Layered Easter Bunny cut file by Rishasart includes 4 beautiful layers.
This gorgeous 3D Layered Easter Egg Mandala from SVG Studio Designs features a gorgeous floral element which sets it apart from the rest.
This adorable Layered Easter Bunny by Graphic Unlimited has been one of the most popular layered Easter cut files. Crafters everywhere were posting pictures online after cutting this design!
Bundles of 3D Layered Easter Cut Files
I love the Layered Easter cut files from SVGOcean and couldn't believe I could purchase this bundle for less than $0.65 a piece! What a steal!
This Easter Craft Bundle from DreamOnPrints consists of 14 designs including 4 greeting cards, 3 egg holders, 2 ornaments and 5 decorative designs. All which are truly 3D!
These 3D Easter Ornaments by Crafty Cutter SVG come with 20 designs each with 3 layers to help decorate your house with this Easter.
This Easter Mandala Bundle Set from Layered Craft comes with four designs each with 5 layered that build upon the next to create a gorgeous 3D look.
This 3D Easter bundle by Doesjie is so cute and comes with six multi-layered Easter designs which can also be purchased individually.
Tell me, which Easter design is your favorite? Let me know in the comments.
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Have you seen the layered mandala files that have started circulating?
They are becoming extremely popular and I’m hooked!
Coming into the Silhouette world, I was a papercrafter. What am I saying? I still am a papercrafter, but now I have so many other materials I use as well.
These layered mandalas are pretty simple to cut and assemble.
Of course, that is designer dependent.
While I was browsing Pinterest one night, I pinned this to my future Silhouette projects and it came up in my Facebook group this past week.
So that means it was time to grab these files and create!
This is a free layered mandala alphabet svg file by Special Heart Studio.
Now, there are 2 things I want you to do.
1. Click HERE to go to Pinterest & pin this file so you don’t lose it.
2. Go grab these FREE svg files directly on the Special Heart Studio website.
Now, that you have the files. Let’s take a look at how to use them in the Silhouette software.
Like I said above, it’s pretty easy with these files the way they are created.
Make sure to download the files HERE and then open the svg file.
Don’t know how to open the svg file?
Click HERE for the detailed instructions on how to unzip and open downloaded svg files.
When the file opens, all of the layers are ungrouped.
Select the entire design and you will see the selection box around each of the layers.
If the file is grouped together, right click on it and then choose Ungroup to separate the layers.
Draw a rectangle on the left side of the cutting mat in the gray holding area.
I am working with a frame that is for a 8″ x 10″ photo.
Using the Transform Panel – Scale Tab, change the dimensions to 8″ wide by 10″ high.
I am using this 8″ x 10″ rectangle to size my design so I know it will fit in the space I have in my frame.
Next, select all the of the layers of the design.
Left click in the top left above the design, hold the left mouse button down, and drag it across the entire design to the bottom right.
This will select any object that the mouse cursor touches.
Move the design into the drawn rectangle on the left side. With the entire design still selected, use the corner bounding box to scale the design down to fit inside the rectangle as you chose.
Once you have the size you want, you are ready to start cutting the layers.
I started with the bottom layer and worked my way up.
Grab the layer you want to cut and move it to the top left corner of the cutting mat.
I use the Transparency (reveal) option on the Page Setup Panel to see the grid lines of my cutting mat so I know how much material that I need for the design.
I grabbed some Recollections Paper packs from Michaels that work great for these projects and the different shades of color for the mandalas. Great quality cardstock and takes the guessing game out of me trying to match colors up.
Then I cut my material down using my paper trimmer to the size I need. I find that this helps to save the adhesive on my cutting mat, which makes it last longer and gives me scraps of material that are even sizes for future projects.
More tips on getting the most out of the cutting mats HERE.
Load the cutting mat into the Silhouette machine.
Click on the Send tab in the top right corner.
Choose Cardstock Textured as the material. I use this setting for cutting almost all cardstock and it works well. While the Silhouette can cut textured cardstock, I prefer to cut smooth as it is much less of a headache. Depending on the textured nature, it can be a bit more finicky to get clean cuts on.
Click Send in the bottom right corner and watch it work.
After the cut is complete, unload the cutting mat, flip it over and peel the cutting mat from the cardstock. This will help it to release from the adhesive.
Click back on the Design tab.
Move the first layer off to the right side and grab the next layer to cut and place in the top left corner of the design mat.
Click back on the Send tab and verify that the Material has not changed.
Place the next color cardstock on the cutting mat and load it into the machine.
Then click on the Send button in the bottom right corner of the Send tab.
Repeat this process until all layers have been cut.
*Note: as you cut a lot of cardstock, you may find that your not getting as clean of cuts. This can be due to the blade getting duller. As the blade dulls, you can increase the blade depth or force if necessary to get a clean cut. I have used this blade to cut lots of cardstock and during these cuts, I did increase the blade depth by 1 to get a cleaner cut.
When you get to the top layer. Notice that it is a bit more intricate of a design. I turned on the Overcut feature to help with this.
To learn more about what the overcut feature does click HERE.
I found that this gave it a bit cleaner cut on the corners for the top layer of this design.
With the top white layer, be gentle with it getting it off the cutting mat and take the time to carefully remove the cut pieces from the design. I promise it will be worth it.
Once all the pieces are cut, you are ready to assemble.
Since the top layer was rather intricate, I used a Broad Tip Glue pen from Close to My Heart to add adhesive to the backside. Then I glued it down to the first color.
Then I used foam tape to add dimension between the layers.
I used the Thin 3-D Foam Tape by Close to My Heart since I was putting it in a regular frame, I didn’t want to add too much thickness to it, but I still wanted it to have some dimension.
And then sometimes, even when you think you have the right size and you use a rectangle to draw out the size of space you have, don’t always assume the frame/mat is the size it says.
Turns out that my K was just a bit too wide. I should have measured to double check and after cutting the first layer, looked to see if it would fit.
But, I turned it and it fit perfectly the other direction in this frame. If it had not, it wouldn’t have been a lost cause. I would have just reassessed the game plan.
I love the dimension on this!
Once you start, it is hard to stop. I grabbed another layered file from Special Heart Studio for a layered floral heart mandala and started cutting using the same steps as above.
I am loving all the detail and dimension on these layered mandalas.
These layered mandala designs are picking up in popularity and I am seeing them all over Pinterest and Facebook group. Grab one and play today!
If this is a little too much to get you started with cardstock, check out the free card cut file I shared last week on the blog HERE – Fancy Fold Flip Card.
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Special Heart Studio 3D Mandala
This is a downloadable cutting file exclusive for Club Chaos members. Learn more about our club here.
This design is a special exclusive created by Gjoa at Special Heart Studio specifically for Club Chaos members.
PLEASE NOTE THAT NOTHING WILL BE MAILED TO YOU.
The download will come in a zipped folder that includes the cutting file formats of SVG DXF PNG and EPS
REMINDER* You must have the Designer Edition of Silhouette Studio to use the layered SVG file. If you have the Basic Edition of Silhouette Studio you will need to use the DXF file.
Due to the electronic nature of this product NO REFUNDS will be given.
If for some reason you are unhappy with the design please feel free to contact me because I’m always happy to help out in whatever way I can!
These designs are not to be altered, resold, distributed anywhere else or changed in any way!
My Designs in the Chaos owns the copyright to this file.
You are more than welcome to use our designs to make items for personal use or small business use (up to 200 uses). You MAY NOT resell this design use any part of it to create another design for purchase!
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Are you looking for a guide to free SVG files? I know I have spent many hours pouring (umm…drooling) over beautiful SVG files, being especially excited if they were free.
The good news is there are HEAPS of sites that give away their SVG files for FREE. Unbelievable really. People are so generous with sharing their knowledge and SVG’s.
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If you simply want a one-page guide then download here.
I kept seeing queries from crafters asking where to locate these free SVG files and figured I would put a guide together to assist you.
Now, where do I start?
Well, of course, I am going to start with the free SVG files that I give away. Where else would I start! LOL. Now, I have to fess up that it doesn’t have as many as the next website in the list however I am adding to it continually. We will get there!
My Resource Library has easy to do .fcm and .svg patterns and projects which have been aimed at being user-friendly for beginners.
Scan N Cut owners – I recommend that you use the FCM files as these have been put together to make it as easy as possible for you.
Cricut owners – the SVG files are in the Resource Library for YOU!
The files are then able to resize in your preferred software or in your Scan N Cut to suit your needs.
Potential problems with SVG files
Before we go any further I would like to add a couple of tips when using other crafters files – free or otherwise.
Sizing of the files
- The first thing to think about is sizing. Not all files can be resized. Altering the size may impact how the design cuts as fine cuts may be too fine and not cut well. The other issue is that some SVG files may not import into your cutting machine the correct size or the size that they were intended. Canvas Workspace will import the files and change them to fit the mat size that you have selected in the software and Design Space can add them BIG – really BIG.
Score or fold lines
- Next, Scan N Cut crafters in particular – be aware that some files are designed with score lines which Canvas Workspace will see as CUT LINES. Often they are a blue color and are where the design has a folded area like boxes, cards, 3D designs etc
You can alter these lines in most designs to be either a draw line which you can score manually or use a scoring tool in your Scan N Cut OR alter the line to a dashed line which can be cut and then folded.
Jennifer “Maker” Marx is the founder of jennifermaker.com which is an amazing site for free SVG files. Jennifer is an avid Cricut user and an amazing designer. Her way of teaching is fun an altruistic and she is sooo generous with what she gives away for free. I am a HUGE fan of Jennifer!
Her site has many, many tutorials on how to make all sorts of projects and her Resource Library is very large, making it well worth a look. Jennifer also has a huge number of videos on YouTube to complement her website which she is actively growing.
The Cut Above Course is an affiliate link for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I may earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)! Read my full disclosure policy.
Jennifer’s “Cut Above Course”opens for enrollment periodically and is designed to teach you to create SVG files from scratch using either Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator. I completed this course and really loved working my way through it.
Cricut Maker is a great choice if you are after a Cricut. Are you struggling to decide which machine is for you? I have a guide to help you choose between a Scan N Cut or Cricut.
Lucy Foxworth is the founder of this site which is focused around little Putz houses. What are little Putz houses you ask? Well, they are the cutest little houses made from card-stock and have the most amazing finishes to them. Lucy’s little Fairy House, in particular, is really hard to believe that it is even paper at all!.
As you might expect, paperglitterglue has free SVG files or ‘templates’ so that you too can make these adorable houses.
Even if you are not that keen to make a Putz house yourself, head over and check her site out anyway. You will be AMAZED at what can be made out of paper!
Maggie Rose Design Co
Maggie’s site is beautiful and it gives you a warm feeling when you enter it.
I have collaborated with Maggie and used her cute Gnome design for a tutorial in Canvas Workspace which takes you through ALL the steps of finding and downloading the file and unzipping it. Then on to uploading it into Canvas Workspace and how to use the Layers Panel and finally making your Gnome with Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV)
There is a Resource Library on her website with various options to purchase for Commercial use OR use for FREE. https://maggierosedesignco.com
Special Heart Studio
Gjoa (pronounced Jo-ah) has a truly fabulous site full of gorgeous free files that you can download. My special favorites are the Alphabet Mandala’s which turn out so nice. I have seen many friends in our Scan N Cut ~ Let’s Create With Sue Facebook group produce masterpieces using Special Heart Studio free files.
This site is a fun site to wander through and enjoy…. with tutorials for many of the projects to help you create them.
SVG & Me
Erica Martin is the founder of this site and has a really nice selection of free SVG files to choose from. You join her membership to have access to them (not unlike most of the other sites)
SVG & Me also has had a course available, teaching beginners how to make SVG’s from scratch. While her course takes on quite a different format to the Cut Above Course it is still a fantastic learning tool. I did this course a few years ago and it teaches both Design Space and Inkscape. I still pop back into it from time to time to refresh my memory on how to do the odd thing.
This is the next site I am adding to ” The Guide To Free SVG Files”. I have chosen this one next as I have enjoyed many, many free files (and also fonts from its sister site) from it which have been provided by many different and varied amazing designers.
Filled with a mixture of free SVG files, free mockups and free graphics the site also has an awesome amount of reasonably priced SVG’s as well. It offers bundles in regular sales that are full of fantastic designs. If you are into Mandala’s this could be the site for you as it has many (around 660 to choose from)!
I found this site early on in my cutting machine journey and it has a huge amount of free SVG files, mainly geared towards cards and papercraft. There are some lovely files for sure.
The site has hundreds and hundreds and well worth a look and is basically it is set up as ONE BIG RESOURCE LIBRARY! It does have a few tutorials too.
The Dreaming Tree
The site is also known as 3DSVG and it has some amazing files on it. Dreaming tree has a large number of free SVG files and also some free printables. We all love a free printable hey!
This site has some really lovely free SVG files AND it is one of the best sites that I have come across for being able to find what you are looking for as it is nicely indexed. Click the category and all the free SVG files in that category appear for you. Easy as hey!
Well, you can’t go past the LoveSVG site. Particularly if you like signs and word type files. The LoveSVG has lots of free SVG files in the baby, kids, pets sections too. Worth taking a browse through this one!
My friend Tamra recently spotted this site and used the templates to make boxes for the Christmas gifts she was making. Funny thing was, it was a website that I have discovered about a year ago and had forgotten about. We were both very excited to find it.
The Template Maker website enables you to create a variety of boxes and edit the sizings to suit the project you are making. How cool is that!
I use this site a LOT. I like it for lots of the graphics and silhouettes however today, it is on the list for free SVG’s. It has plenty. All the files I have come across are free for both personal and commercial use.
However, a caution…. make sure you read the licence information, particularly if you plan to use any of the files for commercial purposes.
****Free files in PNG, JPG, BMP format can be converted to cut files for the Scan N Cut by using the Trace feature. This tutorial will show you on using the Trace feature.
Other cutting machine crafters can use the online conversion software that is available or software like SCAL5 or Inkscape to convert files into SVG cut files.
Free SVG files can be also found on this site. There is a large array to choose from and an even larger number to purchase.
This site has grown and grown and now has so many files on offer. Creative Fabrica has both free files and files that you can purchase. Like Creative Market and Design Bundles, it is populated with various creators files and provides a lot of choices for you to make your special project.
Creative Fabrica has a subscription model if you are planning to make lots of projects with all files coming with a Commercial licence and many with Print On Demand licencing which is a great option for crafters looking to earn some money. Plus the ability to purchase one off designs at a time… even their free files come with a Commercial licence.
A great site if you have happy to browse to find what you are looking for.
I have included this site however this site seems to be mainly consisting of free fonts sooo….. leave it up to you. Personally, I am a bit of a font junkie so I love sites with free fonts but if you are looking particularly for FREE SVG files then check out some of the others listed first.
The Hungry Jpeg
Don’t you just love the name? It has great files too! HOWEVER, there are only limited numbers of free SVG files. The site has fonts, graphics, SVG’s, mockups and templates and releases a freebie of the week. This may OR may not be an SVG file.
Worth a wander though.
Printable Cuttable Creatables
Another site with a lot of free SVG files that you can download easily. Over 200 in fact – cool hey! Printable Cuttable Creatables has a large amount for sale as well and also some fonts.
Love their logo too!
This site is one you need to highlight. It has some really great designs with a LOT of variety for you to choose from.
Monica’s Creative Room
This site is to die for… well, not really die however it has some super amazing designs and they are FREE. Things I loved were the gazebos and little houses section, the cupcakes wrappers, and the boxes. (I like boxes for some reason). There were more though so take a look.
Monica’s Creative Room is a Swedish site.
Miss Kate Cutables
Another nice site with lots of freebies and all look relatively easy ones to do.
Daily Dose of DIY
Chris is a Cricut crafter and blogger with a free Resource Library attached to her site (much like many of the others on this page). While I have documented many and varied sites in this blog, I have a soft spot for the crafter bloggers who often do it tuff.
The crafter blogger makes all their own designs, spends hours putting them together and then many more hours testing them… all for the love of craft and a goal to assist and inspire others. While they may make a dollar or two through affiliate links or advertising to keep their site afloat, many are struggling artists.
I don’t know a lot about Chris apart from she writes very friendly emails. 🙂
And So Many More
Let’s move through the next group a bit quicker. The sites in the “Worth a Look” section I don’t know a great deal about however take a look and see what you can find in them.
I have put the entire list of websites below to make it easier for you.
AND… to make it even easier for you to keep track (cause I know how hard it is to remember all these addresses) I have created a ONE-page checklist with ALL the websites in this post.
I have included checkboxes on the sheet so that you can mark them off as you like them.
Worth a Look
And don’t forget, you can always do a search for free SVG images on google.
Hopefully, you find these sites useful.
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