Gazebo 7

Available in formats: wpc, studio, dxf, mtc, jpg, knk, svg, gsd


If you like my files, feel free to donate.

81 responses to “Gazebo 7”

  1. Monica, you truly have some awesome talent. I’ve always loved seeing your files. Thank you for sharing and showing your beautiful creativity.

  2. can’t donate, clicked the donate link, but it doesn’t work. does all the donations go to you?

    • I have no idea why the donation link doesn’t work for you. Maybe you could try later. Every donation goes directly to me. I’m very grateful for any donation I get. This helps me to continue sharing my work with you.

    • Thank you! Just click the green button where it says ” Download files”. Then a pop up window appears and there you can choose to save or open the zip file. Save the zip file and extract it on your computer or just open it and drag and drop the file you want on to your computer.

  3. One of my best friends got married yesterday at the gazebo in the park. I took on the task of decorating the reception hall for her. I made this gazebo for the centerpiece on the bride & grooms’ table. It was perfect! Thank you for providing these cutting files. They were so easy to use and put together! I donated today and probably will again in the future as I have a feeling I’ll be making many more gazebos. Thanks! StephD

    • I’m so glad you could use this gazebo at such a wonderful occasion. I tried my best to make the designs as easy as possible to put together, so it’s nice to see your comment about that.
      Thank you so much for your donation, it will come in handy when I have to order supplies for my creating. 🙂

  4. These are lovely but are so tiny! The file I downloaded measured approx 8 ins wide & approx 3 ins high, so not useable 🙁 What a shame. I would gladly donate if they were a useable size.

    • That’s weird! Non of the files are that small. What file format did you use?
      If it is your software that reduced the file size, you should in all cases be able to change the size manually by selecting all the parts and then resize.

      • I downloaded the dfx & used winzip & saved it to PSP7 it shows at 72 resolution .

        • I’m sorry but you need a vector based software to get the files to open correct. What I know,the PSP is a pixel based software, so you will never get a good result using this, I think.

  5. Ah, I see. I have another programme, Serif. Would that work? And thank you for the advice.

    • I have no experience from the Serif softwares but I made a search on the web and found out that Serif DrawPlus is a vector based software and can open svg files. Is it this software you have?
      Do you want to print the design out and then cut the design by hand?

  6. Just wanted to say thank you again for your patience helping me & for sending the files I can use. I will recommend you to others

  7. Hi Monica, can you help me? I´m from Mexico and I try to start making some cutting works but I have a doubt about what kind of paper can I use to make this models, I have a Craft Robo plotter. Hope you can help me! Thanks!

    • Hi Paty, I almost always use a cheap 65lb cardstock for all things I cut. But if you want a really good cardstock I can recommend WorldWin cardstock like the ColorMates.

  8. Hello, Monica. I have done three of these gazebos so far and made them for Christmas and Fall/Halloween. Since they are fragile do you have an acetate box to correspond with the gazebo so I can preserve it better? Thank you once again. Kathy.

  9. I don’t have access to a cutting machine and would love to be able to make your designs. Is there somewhere that I can access pdf’s for the designs?

  10. I have a Cricut Explore Machine and was wondering what sizes do I need to make each one of these??

    • I am aware of this and it’s so wrong.
      I have tried to stop this but the managers of Mercado Livre doesn’t care at all. 🙁

  11. hello i got it downloaded and i am able to resize but i would like mine to be 8×8 so in usa what size dose the walls need to be and the base and the top and roof,and the marble floor plz help

    • If you select all pieces and resize them together until the octagonal frame shape is 8×8 then the base will be 8×8.


  12. Beautiful! I would like to use this for my mother’s 80th birthday party centerpieces. I’ve printed everything – but having trouble putting together. Do you have instructions?
    Thank you.

    • I’m sorry, but I don’t use scan n cut. If you make a google search for open svg in scan n cut you will get several hits.

    • I have no ready made gazebo left to measure, but I think this should be about 7 inches high and almost the same in width.

  13. Hi …Must first say, how very clever you are!! My first visit to your page and am amazed!! I’ve downloaded some files but when extracted, there are no svg files, 5or 6 others but no svgs? Am I missing something?

  14. Apologies, I’ve just found it! Eyes are for looking, I guess!! Thank you, going to have a try at the gazebo..Very new to all this, so hoping, I won’t let myself down!

  15. Sorry me again, all in canvas ( I use scanncut) imported ok but so small, I can of course resize but have no idea what sizes I should go too…Could you let me know what would work, bearing in mind I will have to group the whole design and resize to keep them all to size..I resized a teapot the other day and that had to go 25″ wide, which seemed too large but worked perfect..Please help!

    • I’m sorry that the files don’t open in correct size. That is because I make the SVG files in another software. My software uses another dpi when saving as SVG, than your software uses when opening the file.

      The wall part in the file is designed to be 8.96×5.335 in. All parts together in the SVG file should measure 22.4×23.245 in. I hope this will help you.

  16. can you please tell me how to down load a file in svg format as i am trying to downlosd the Gazebo 7 and cant seem to do it thanks

    • When you click on the Download button, a window should pop up and here you can choose to open or to save the zip-file. Chose Open and then you can just drag and drop the file you want. The SVG file is second last in the list that appears.

  17. Hi once I have downloaded the file I cannot find the SVG files. Please can you check at your end and advise when I can do this again.

      • HI no it doesent it only lets me down load j pegs Adobe Acrobat b Studiofile chrome Html Microsoft picture gsd file knk file wpc file and no svg but i cant pick what i want to down load only lets me down load all the ones above but no box comes up just says down load thanks for any help you can give me

        • The problem is your browser. The SVG file doesn’t show up as a SVG file, instead it shows up as “Chrome HTML Document” on your computer. If you right click the Chrome HTML file and choose Properties, you should be able to see the original file type in parentheses after “Chrome HTML Document”.

          • no it dosent it just shows html file how do i change to svg? on the browser ? thanx for your help wendy

  18. Wow sooo nice!

    So sad I can´t open the Download Button –
    There has been a critical error on this website.

    • I’m sorry for the problem. It has been fixed now! Just try again and it will work! 🙂

  19. Thank you so much for your generosity. I use the ‘.svg’ files, and your work is just beautiful!

  20. Hi Monica, I have downloaded this project but can’t attach the cut lines. Can you help me? I can attach on other projects from other companies and have no problem but this has me stumpted.

    • Im sorry that you have problems with the files. To be able to help you, I need to know what software you are using.

      • Sorry to reply so late but been very busy and sick. I have uploaded this file to Design Space for cricut. I use a windows 10 based computer if that helps any.

        • I’m sorry you’ve not been feeling well lately.

          I’m not that familiar with Design Space, I only use it to verify that my files works.

          Did you ungroup each part before choosing score/cut lines?

          It works for me to attach score and cut lines for each part, but as I said because I’m not used with this software, I’m not quite sure that I’m doing it correctly.

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