Thanksgiving Paper Mandala Framed Art

Thanksgiving Paper Mandala Framed Art

Hi crafty friends! Kayla here from HoneyBee Paper Co with another holiday DIY. 

Today I will be showing you how to create Thanksgiving mandala framed art for your home. So let’s dive into it! 


  • Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers: Copper Metallic, Vermillion, Scarlet Red, Orange Fizz, Chocolate, Pure White, Natural Pergamenata Parchment
  • Cutting Machine 
  • 2-Way Zig Glue Pen 
  • Frames 

Thanksgiving mandala framed art supplies

First, I went onto Design Space and added these images. 

Design Space cut files for Thanksgiving mandala framed art

Once I had my images, I resized according to my frame size. I had some 8” x 10” frames on hand, so I decided to resize the Pumpkin and Pie Mandala to approximately 6” x 6” and the Thanksgiving Mandala to approximately 8” x 7”. 

Now, to choose the colors! Cardstock Warehouse has the most gorgeous Fall and Thanksgiving colors and this time, I decided to go with colors I have not tried yet. 

Paper swatches for Thanksgiving mandala framed art

I’m obsessed with the color combo I went with, especially the Copper Metallic color.  

Now grab your cutting machine and begin cutting! 

Once all my pieces were cut out, I began assembling. Since each image only has 5 pieces each, assembling should be quick and easy! Just glue the layers on top of each other one at a time with a good liquid paper glue. Need help choosing a glue? Check out our Paper 101 Adhesives page

die cut pieces Thanksgiving mandala framed art

Now, we can add them to the frames. And there we have it, easy DIY Thanksgiving framed art!

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Framed thanksgiving mandala art

I hope you all enjoyed this. Thanks for hanging out and I can’t wait to see what you create for Thanksgiving! Share your crafty projects with us on our Instagram or Facebook page, and use #cardstockwarehouse for a chance to be featured on our page!  

Happy crafting, friends! 

Kayla from HoneyBee Paper Co

ETSY: HoneyBee Paper Co.

INSTAGRAM: @honeybeepaperco_

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1 comment

Of my goodness! These are just gorgeous! A very talented your woman. I always look forward to seeing what she does next! Wish I could get them for my home!

Kathryn grinnell

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