This is the cutest layered tractor with candy wheels which is the perfect addition to our tractor alphabet and number set. Giving you all you need to make personalised cake toppers, tractor birthday parties and decorate kids’ bedrooms. This tutorial will take you step by step through how to make your tractor with candy wheels. Because what tractor lover would be thrilled to get this adorable party favour? It would also make a wonderful 3D birthday card.
What Will You Need
- A Clear plastic bauble
- Card stock, red glitter, blue, yellow and black
- Cricut Maker 3, Joy, Explore or Silhouette
- Super Glue
- Acrylic craft glue
- Sticky pads
- Sweets, I used smarties
- Our free files.
Add Your Layered Tractor with Dome Candy Wheels to Cricut Design Space
Start by uploading all of your tractor files to Cricut Design Space. You should have 5 layers.
- Top Red Layer
- 2nd Red Layer
- Black (Wheels)
- Blue (Sky)
Measure Your Bauble And Make A Template Circle
Measure your half baubles and create a circle in Cricut Design Space as a guide to the same size. Now, size your top red layer so your circle fits perfectly inside the wheel without gaps. Once you are happy with the size, discard the circle.
Size all the layers to the exact size of your top red layer, colour the layers so you know which is which and send the layers to cut.
Building Your Layered Tractor with Dome Candy Wheels
When your project is cut, line up all the layers to check they align correctly. You should have five layers.
Start by attaching the baubles to layer 2 with superglue. Put a fine layer of superglue around the edges of the bauble and hold until secure. You need to position them correctly so the top layer fits over the top and hides the top of the bauble.
Add The Top Layer
Use sticky pads to attach the top layer to give it some depth. Then add the yellow layer to the back with sticky pads.
Pop The Candy In
Fill the bauble wheels with whatever candy you choose when the glue is dry. Then, glue the back layers onto the back of the yellow layer with acrylic glue and hold till secure.
Add The Back Layer
Next, add the black layer to the black-blue layer with acrylic glue. This will be the layer you position onto the back of the wheels to secure the sweets so you don’t want any gaps.
Where To Get Our Free Files And Full Tutorial
You can grab the free SVG files from the website.
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