Free Tractor SVG File | 3D Paper Craft Project | DIY Farm Party

Created on:

October 13, 2023

Updated on:

February 8, 2024

Written by Kelsey Sergi
3d tractor svg file for diy farm themed parties with cricut

If you're gearing up for an unforgettable farm-themed party, you're in for a treat! In this step-by-step guide, we'll walk through the process of assembling a charming 3D tractor, crafted from a free SVG file. Perfect for farm enthusiasts and DIY party planners alike, this project is bound to be the highlight of your event.

With just a few supplies, including cardstock and a trusty Cricut machine, you'll be able to transform a simple digital design into a delightful centerpiece. Get ready to revitalize your farm-themed decor with this easy-to-follow tutorial. Let's dive in and bring that farmyard charm to life!

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Materials and Tools Needed

  • A Cricut machine or similar - I am using my maker and a 12x12 mat to cut everything out
  • 12 x 12 cardstock or adjust your sizing! I am using Bazzil 80 lb cardstock in green, black, and gray but I always love to leave colors up to you. I am also using foil gold from Celebration Warehouse!
  • Craft glue - I am using Bearly Arts
  • A bone tool - optional for folding
  • Tweezers - optional for helping place small pieces

Download the Free Tractor SVG File

Begin by downloading the free SVG file provided under the community SVG file site towards the top under toddler SVG files. You can learn how to download here for desktop and here for iPad/iPhone. Please remember to sign up for my newsletter below to grab the password to the vault.

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Cricut Design Space Set Up

This file is going to come with the tractor and one trailer to attach, you can duplicate the trailer if you want to make it longer, in my photos you will see I added one additional trailer.

The way I grouped this is the tractor and wheels, the trailer and wheels, the hitch, and the cow. You can ungroup the whole image to start and duplicate your trailer and hitches.

Next, you need to make some changes to score lines, if you don't have a scoring stylus, you can delete these lines. You will have to ungroup again so the wheels are no longer grouped to the trailer or tractor. Change the score lines for the tractor, trailer, hood, and hitch and then attach using the little paper clip. This will help you fold for your 3D tractor assembly.

For sizing, I leave this up to you however, my trailer was around 7 inches wide and my tailer was around 8.25 inches wide. Now remember, if you are resizing, resize the ENTIRE SVG file, you want everything to stay proportional.

Once you have resized and done all your score lines, you can. send to your Cricut machine. I like to use the medium cardstock setting but this will be determined by your machine and blades.

Assembly of the Tractor SVG File

Step 1: The Tractor

You will want to fold in on your score lines and create a box, I glue my flaps inside the box and allow them to dry. You will do the same for the cab. To attach these together place the cab inside the tractor piece and glue the side rods to the walls with craft glue.

Fold the hood piece and glue the flap to the inside of the front of the trailer and then the sides. This should create a covered rombus and now we can attach the wheels.

For the wheels there are two sets, one smaller set and the one larger set. Each wheel has three layers to assemble with glue.

Attach the hood on to the top flap that is left over and glue the side flips inside to the base.

When attaching the wheels on make sure to line up the bottoms and not the tops so your trailer sits flat.

Attach the headlights and side panels (stripes) with craft glue.

Step 2: The Trailers

You will start by folding on the score lines again and gluing the flaps on the inside.

The tires for these are still the same three layers but all four are the same size, remember to glue and line up the bottom of the tires so the trailers lay flat and try to match the height with the tractor.

Step 3: The Hitches

The hitches have one with a fold and one with a slit, fold on the score line and attach them together.

Glue the hitch to the bottom of the tractor and the bottom of the trailer.

Step 4: The Cow (which is Step 1 in my YouTube tutorial)

I had to include a little cow, please keep design space open to glue all your pieces together. The bottom pieces slide over the hooves to help it stand.

final duy 3d tractor paper craft made on a cricut with free tractor svg file

With the assembly complete, you've transformed a simple sheet of cardstock into a charming 3D tractor, ready to add a touch of farmyard whimsy to your party decor. This DIY project not only showcases your creativity but also brings a personalized flair to your event.

Remember, the beauty of this free SVG file lies in its versatility. Feel free to experiment with different color combinations and sizes to suit your preferences. Whether it's for a birthday bash or a special gathering, your handcrafted tractor will undoubtedly be a standout centerpiece.

I hope this step-by-step guide has not only helped you assemble a fantastic farm-themed decoration but also inspired you to embark on more crafting adventures.

By following these detailed instructions, you've created a stunning piece of farm-themed decor that's sure to leave your guests in awe. The effort and attention to detail you put into this project truly sets it apart. With the skills you've acquired, you can now customize and craft a range of farm-themed decorations for various occasions.

As you step back and admire your handiwork, take a moment to reflect on the joy and memories this unique centerpiece will bring to your event. Share your creations on social media and inspire others to embark on their own DIY journeys.

In crafting, the possibilities are endless, and with resources like free SVG files (search for over 750 on this website at the bottom of every page) and your trusty Cricut machine, you're well-equipped to bring your imaginative visions to life. So, whether it's a farm-themed extravaganza or any other event, let your creativity flourish and continue to dazzle the world with your one-of-a-kind creations.

Stay Crafty!

Don't forget to check out some more free farm SVG files from my crafty friends!

Welcome To Our Farmhouse from Abbi Kirsten Collections

Counting Sheep Sweet Dreams SVG from The Listed Home

Farm Fresh Pumpkins SVG from Hello Creative Family

Layered Highland Cow from Like Love Do

Down at the Farm SVG from Little Miss Eden Rose

Rise and Shine from The Denver Housewife

Farm Fresh Eggs from The Quiet Grove

Cow Print Numbers from Kiy's Craftroom

Hay Girl Hay from Artsy Fartsy Mama

Dressed Up Pig from Liz On Call

Faith Family Farm from Simple Made Pretty

Barnyard Box Card from The Bearded Housewife

Layered Candy Tractor SVG from Extraordinary Chaos

Home is Where the Herd Is from Sunshine and Munchkins

Farmers Market from Crafting in the Rain

Eat Fresh Buy Local from Tried & True Creative

Kelsey Sergi - the owner and crafter at Dinosaur Mama.

Hi crafters! I'm Kelsey and I am here to bring you new original craft projects and free SVG files for your cutting machines every week!

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