Butterfly SVG layered 3D template for Cricut project
Layered Butterfly SVG perfect for card making with 3d butterfly, digital scrapbooking. You can also make lovely gifts or decorations with papercut butterfly or use butterfly for Tumbler design or for mugs designs, decal, iron or vinyl decals and other craft projects.
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2 JPG files 300 dpi (for printing) butterfly with and without shadows.
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1 PDF file.
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3D Butterfly SVG #2 Cutting Template
3D Butterfly SVG #2 Cutting Template is a digital download design. You will receive files in various formats (SVG, PDF, DXF, PNG, EPS) that allow you to print or cut this image. You’ll get 1 butterfly cutting template with 2 layers. For example, this 3D Paper Butterfly template is perfect for Butterfly Wall Art, Paper Crafting, Party Decorations, Nursery Decor, Cards, Invitations, Tags, Cake Toppers, and much more. Whether you choose hand cut or cut with your Cricut, Silhouette, or other cutting machines, this template includes the files you’ll need. Moreover, create amazing gifts or finished products for personal use or small business commercial resale with a 3D Butterfly SVG #2 Cutting Template. Also, visit our Paper Butterflies Section, we have other paper cutting templates!
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Create a Paper Butterfly Wall using the Cricut Maker
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.
I’m so excited to share today’s post. I’ve been meaning to share this project for the past year and a half, and today it’s finally happening. I’m finally going to start sharing my daughters floral nursery. When we found out we were having a girl, the first thing I started doing was looking at bedding and nursery themes. I really wanted a flamingo theme, but I was very limited on choices, and my husband veto’d it. Wah! I then found this gorgeous pink, aqua, and cream bedding and I instantly fell in love. Thankfully, my husband approved and I ran with it. You can see my floral girl nursery inspiration board here.
For my son’s nursery, he had a whale theme. You might remember his paper fish wall. I knew I wanted to utilize paper card stock again in Reagan’s room but I wasn’t sure exactly how. Then I thought back to my friends coral and aqua nursery I featured. They hand cut the butterflies for their nursery and that’s when I knew butterflies went perfectly with the paisley print. It just added to the whimsical-ness of her room. I searched on Cricut Design Space and found a butterfly design I liked. Then I stepped it up a notch to give these butterflies a more 3-dimensional look. I added scoring lines to lift the wings up a little. Check out my tutorial below so you can make your very own paper butterfly wall!
Supplies you’ll need to create the paper butterfly wall:
First you want to open up Cricut Design Space® (the software works on iOS, Android™, Windows®, and Mac®).
The butterfly image is from the cartridge “To You From Me” (Butterfly #M912383). I then added scored lines to the butterfly so that I didn’t have to manual fold them–this saved so much time and frustration. You can customize this Butterfly File with scoring lines file. You can add more butterflies, change the sizes and the colors! The sky is the limit. I’ve done the “hard” work for you.
When it’s time to cut the Cricut Maker you will be prompted to insert the scoring stylus. However, since we now have a scoring wheel it automatically defaulted to this. In step 2 you’ll see on the right hand side it says “Edit Tools”. Select that and then you can select the Cricut® Tools Scoring Stylus. I don’t have the Scoring Wheel yet so I just used my stylus–it worked perfect!
Like I mentioned above the Cricut Maker is compatible with the new Scoring Wheel. It gives razor-sharp creases in cardstock, poster board, and more. I can’t wait to give it a try!
I have to share what I love about my Cricut Maker. It offers the ultimate in cutting performance and versatility. Unlike all other cutting machines on the market it has the “Fast Mode” option that I absolutely love and use any time I can. Fast mode works up to 2x faster for cutting and writing. It works with vinyl, card stock (like this project) and even iron-on vinyl!
In my case I used the Cricut® Tools Scoring Stylus which is part of the Adaptive Tool System™ for professional-level cutting performance and expandability. No more switching out each tool–you can place both tools in the Maker (or most Explore models) and let the machine do the work for you.
Look at the precise cuts. The Cricut Maker is the ultimate in professional-level cutting performance and versatility on the market and I love it. I love that I can cut super small butterflies and not have any worries about my cut not working.
Check out that score too.
I love how it lays flat on the mat but the wings still have some dimension. It’s exactly what I was going for!
Next, add a single 3-dimensional dot sticker on the back of each butterfly. You can use circles or squares or even a small straight line. You just want it to be around the same width as the scored body.
Next, it’s time to start adhering the butterflies. I don’t have photos of the room before we added the butterflies, and in the year and a half the butterflies have been up we’ve only lost less then a dozen. So that’s what I had my hubby do–rehang all the butterflies that decided to go for a fly.
I found that it was best to have one person on the ladder and the other person on the ground giving directions. This is how I was able to achieve the look I was going for. We did start with a single line of butterflies and then filled out from there.
This is what her walls look like. I love how they flow over from one wall to the next.
I’m in love with her nursery and will be sad when I have to transform it to a big girl room.
Did you know that Cricut has a new-ish function in the Cricut Design Space dashboard? Everyone now can create a community page where you can share all your projects you’ve made using Cricut exclusive content! Here is the link to my community page.
How To Make A Layered Butterfly With Cardstock
Butterflies are so pretty and can be almost magical. They remind us of spring and summer and sometimes memories of loved ones gone too soon.
In this post, I’ll be reviewing how you can cut and assemble my newest layered design, this cute layered butterfly on a Cricut Joy! The file can also be cut on bigger machines. This design is perfect for anyone to work with—kids or newbies as well as experts.
This design has six layers that stack to create a colorful butterfly.
I don’t mind if you use these designs for personal or small business commercial use up to 200 items, but please do not re-sell or re-distribute the files. I’d ask that you direct your crafty friends here to download the files themselves. Also, I don’t allow my designs to be used in print-on-demand shops or on transfers that will be sold. Click HERE for complete Terms of Service.
Materials Needed To Make A Layered Butterfly
How To Cut And Assemble A Layered Butterfly
Below you’ll find a short video tutorial or scroll down a bit further for written step-by-step directions.
Once you’ve downloaded unzipped the design (#125) from my Freebie Vault, upload the SVG file to Cricut Design Space. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my email list, you may sign up (and receive the Freebie Vault password) at the bottom of this page.
New to Cricut and need help on how to upload these designs to your Cricut machine? My How to Upload SVG Files In Cricut Design Spacepost will provide step by step directions how-to upload SVGs to Design Space.
For this project, let’s first focus our attention on choosing colors. You may select each layer and change the color to closely match the cardstock.
Next, size your project. Because I cut the butterfly on my Cricut Joy, I set the height to 4.25″ as I will be using a light grip mat with cardstock. 4.25″ is the maximum width the Joy will allow when using a mat.
Using a brayer to adhere cardstock to your mat will ensure the paper is firmly on the mat and help reduce tearing while cutting.
Once cut, turn the mat upside down and place on your work surface. Remove the mat from the paper by gently bending the mat away while holding the paper flat on the work table. This helps reduce curling and ripping when removing paper from cutting mats.
To adhere the bottom layers, I start with the second from bottom layer and place Tombow Foam Tabs on the backside, avoiding cut out holes. I then expose just two of the top pieces and adhere them to the bottom layer. Use the table to line up the layers so they’re perfectly aligned.
Next, turn the two layers (still just adhered by two tabs) over to expose the remaining uncovered tabs. Remove the backing and here the remaining tabs. Repeat this step with all layers except the very top layer.
Because the size is smaller, I choose to glue the top layer in place instead of cutting foam tabs. This was personal preference as you really could glue or use foam spacers.
The purple butterfly is the one cut on the Cricut Joy. The pink and yellow were cut on my Maker. It’s difficult to tell in the photo, but the pink butterfly has foam tabs between all layers, including the top.
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15-Minute 3D Butterfly Wall Art with Cricut Explore 3
STEP 1: GET MY FREE 3D BUTTERFLY WALL ART DESIGN
Are you looking for a Cricut project that's super quick and easy to put together? A project that you can cut and assemble in about 10 minutes? Sound too good to be true? Well this time it isn't. Thanks to the new Cricut Explore 3 and its lightning fast cutting speed, we have come up with a pretty project that will take you no time at all!
If you've spent any time on my blog or in my Facebook groups you know I absolutely LOVE butterflies. Some of my most popular are my Butterfly Heart Canvas, my Giant Butterflies and of course my Butterfly Pop-Up Card.
It's my love of these beautiful creatures that inspired this project. My 3D Butterfly Wall Art. It's actually a layered butterfly mandala and it's made with the new Cricut Smart Paper Sticker Cardstock, which is what makes this project so easy!
You can get the SVG to make this beautiful 3D Butterfly Wall Art in my free resource library -- it's design #309.
This is what my 3D Butterfly Wall Art design SVG file looks like in Cricut Design Space.
TIP: If you are not sure how to upload an SVG cut file to Cricut Design Space, watch this helpful video training series I made. If you are on an iPad or iPhone, here is how to download and upload SVG files to the Cricut Design Space app.
You can cut it just like this or you can change the text to anything you like. Simply hide or delete the words "butterfly and kisses" in the layers panel on the right and add your own.
Click "Text" in the left hand column.
Now choose your font from the dropdown menu at the top.
I'm using Tingler Script. Now type anything you'd like...maybe "dream big" or "spread your wings"...or even "Happy Birthday," it's totally up to you!
To change the text color, click in the color picker box and click on any color.
And here’s a fun tip in case you didn’t know, the top row of colors are all of the colors included in your project, this way your colors will be a perfect match!
Now click "Make It."
Since we are using Cricut's Smart Paper Sticker Cardstock we don't need a mat, how cool is that? So choose "Without Mat", then click "Done" and "Continue."
Next, choose "Smart Paper Sticker Cardstock and click "Done."
IMPORTANT: On the next screen you will see a box under Pressure and Default that says: "Remember Material Settings," click that box. That tells the Cricut Explore 3 to use the same cut pressure and materials for all of the cuts without a mat or with the Smart Material.
STEP 2: CUT YOUR 3D BUTTERFLY WALL ART
Now you are ready to cut!
There are 5 layers to this 3D Butterfly Wall Art project and I'm using rainbow colors for mine, but again, this is your creation, so you can use whatever color combination you like!
Insert your first piece of Smart Paper Sticker Cardstock and press load and then the flashing button that looks like a "Play" button to start your cut.
TIP: If you are using the same colors as me and forget what color comes next when you are cutting you can refer back to your device and look on the left to see what color comes next. If you are using different colors and designated those when you were getting everything set in Design Space follow that order OR better yet, just stack your paper in the order you plan to cut.
Remember how I said this is a quick project...just watch how fast the new Cricut Explore 3 cuts! It's crazy fast.
I actually set a stop watch and I was able to cut and assemble the whole project in around 10 minutes!
STEP 3: ASSEMBLE YOUR BUTTERFLY CANVAS
Once all of your cuts are complete it's time to assemble your work of art!
First, grab your 10" x 10" canvas.
Now, one by one flip over the Cricut Smart Paper Sticker Cardstock and gently fold it back to release the sticker paper. Start with the bottom layer.
If you are using the same colors as me your layers should match these:
Bottom/Layer 1: Blue, Layer 2: Red, Layer 3: Green, Layer 4: Yellow, Top/Layer 5: Orange
Place the bottom layer in the center of your canvas and press gently to help it stick.
Continue doing this with the remaining four sheets of Cricut Smart Paper Sticker Cardstock.
TIP: Some pesky pieces might not pop out on their own. If not, you can use a weeding tool to pop them out or just use your fingers and push them through to pop them out.
If you are using words that are red like mine those will cut with the red layer and you can add those on the canvas wherever you like.
As you peel off each layer stack them on top of each other.
Make sure to keep all the pieces aligned. But remember, it doesn't need to be perfect to be beautiful.
STEP 4: SHOW IT OFF!
And that's it! You're done! Now you can show it off!
Wasn't that quick and easy to assemble? It's honestly one of the easiest layered mandalas I've ever made and I've made a lot: a Heart Mandala, some cute Easter mandalas and a fun XO mandala...just to name a few. All of those were put together with glue, tape or foam dots, which takes time. The beauty of this Cricut Smart Paper Sticker Cardstock is that the paper is already sticky so you can skip that step altogether...a huge time-saver!
Of course if you don't have any Cricut Smart Materials on hand you can also make this 3D Butterfly Wall Art with cardstock as well on any of your Cricut cutting machines, but remember you will also need foam dots, tape or glue to hold it together.
One last tip, if you want to make your canvas a little more sticky before applying your sticker cardstock, spray it with tacky spray and let it dry before you start your project.
The final size of the 3D Butterfly Wall Art on canvas is 10 x 10 inches. The Butterfly alone measures 8.559" x 5.307"...however, feel free to resize it however you like. It can be cut on the Cricut Joy if sized appropriately (max size on Joy: 7.25" x 4.495")
FONT USED: Tingler Script
Free Butterfly SVG Cut File: 3D Paper Butterflies
Paper crafting has endless possibilities from 3D and 2D shapes, paper flowers (my favorite!) to ancient techniques like tried and true origami designs. It’s a wise idea to take baby steps in the beginning of your journey with paper crafts, like trying some easy 3D designs like a butterfly cut out, which leads me to today’s freebie – a free butterfly svg file!
There are a TON of ways to use these, from favor boxes, to 3D wall art to mobiles, check out some of the round up ideas to inspire you below. Plus find your free templates below!
1. Butterfly Mobile
2. Butterflies glass dome decor
3. Giant butterfly wall decor
To access the butterfly join the community and you will receive access to the freebie vault! Find the butterfly under the SVG section!
What are some ways you would use this free butterfly svg? Share your ideas in the comments!
Want even more butterflies?
Check out this large butterfly variety set!
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Make Paper Butterfly Decorations
Make paper butterfly decorations for your home decor, gift toppers, party decorations, and craft embellishments!
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When I was on vacation last month, we went into a butterfly house and saw the most beautiful butterflies! But they fly away so quickly, it’s hard to really appreciate them. So when I got home, I set to work designing paper butterflies based on REAL butterflies, not just fanciful representations of them. I finally finished and I want to show you how to make paper butterfly decorations for your projects, parties, and homes!
Like my paper flowers, I wanted my paper butterflies to look as realistic as possible. So I found high-resolution photos of four different butterflies — the blue morpho, emerald swallowtail, scarlet peacock, and the monarch butterfly. I carefully traced the wing shape and detail of each one to create these lovely paper decorations!
It should be noted, of course, that how realistic they look depends on what sort of paper you use and how you decorate the wings. You can still go fanciful with all sorts of fun and crazy papers and wing designs. It’s entirely up to you and how you want to use these beauties.
While I was making my detailed butterflies, I also made a smaller, simpler version of each butterfly species that can be used to accent the larger butterflies or decorate other things, like my paper birdhouses.
So what are we waiting for? I’m excited to show you how to make paper butterfly decorations! This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)! Read my full disclosure policy.
Materials to Make Paper Butterfly Decorations
How to Make Paper Butterfly Decorations
First, cut out your cardstock using my free SVG, DXF, or PDF files (Design #99) found in my resource library. If you cut these paper butterflies out on a Cricut or other cutting machine, you’ll want to be sure you have a sharp blade as there are a lot of little details. If you’re not sure if your blade will cut well, use the aluminum ball trick to clean it.
Tip: If you’re not sure how to upload an SVG cut file to Cricut Design Space, watch this helpful video training series I made. If you’re on an iPhone or iPad, here’s how to download and upload SVG files to the Cricut Design Space app.
If you cut my butterflies out by hand, use the PDF version and print then cut or use the shapes as a template to cut out plain paper.
(Optional) Using markers, paints, alcohol inks, or watercolors, lightly paint your inside wings. You can do whatever you want here, or nothing at all. I think these butterflies are a great way to show off, though, so I think you should just go for it!
Once your paint is dry, glue the butterflies to the inside wings. I found it easiest to turn the butterfly over, spray the entire back with spray adhesive, and then press the inside wing to the back of the butterfly.
Gently bend the wings up on either side of the butterfly body to lift up the wings.
And that’s it! You can now attach or glue the butterflies to whatever you want. Put some butterflies on my paper birdhouses, decorate a wreath or have a pretty one resting on my giant paper rose. Or how about making an entire display of butterflies in flight on a wall? The possibilities here are endless!!
Notes for the Paper Butterfly Decorations
SVG DIMENSIONS IN DESIGN SPACE
Scarlet Peacock Butterfly: W 6.378″ x H 5.324″
Monarch Butterfly: W 5.219″ x H 5.388″
Emerald Swallowtail Butterfly: W 4.425″ x H 5.358″
Blue Morpho Butterfly: W 5.014″ x H 5.57″
SIZE OF FINISHED PROJECT AS SHOWN
Scarlet Peacock Butterfly: W 6.378″ x H 3.992″
Monarch Butterfly: W 5.219″ x H 3.965″
Emerald Swallowtail Butterfly: W 4.425″ x H 4.048″
Blue Morpho Butterfly: W 5.014″ x H 4.006″
Free Cut Files to Make Paper Butterfly Decorations
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