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65 Halloween Projects to Make with a Cricut

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Whether your Halloween style is spooky, dark, cute or glam, you can create any kind of vibe you want with these amazing Halloween project ideas to make with a Cricut machine.

Halloween projects to make with a Cricut

Hello there! I know it’s early but I am already getting so excited for Halloween this year. My toddler has become obsessed with watching videos of herself and she squealed in delight when we came across some Halloween videos from last year. In case you’re curious, she was the cutest sheep you ever did see. Stay tuned to my Instagram this year to see what she decides to be this year! So far she has requested to be a kitty, Marshall from Paw Patrol, a bee and a monkey. I’m sure she’ll change her mind 20 more times before Halloween.

Having a little one makes Halloween as much fun as when I was a kid myself… that’s why I’m giddy with anticipation (already, I know). Do you like crafting for Halloween?

I always love making DIY Halloween and holiday projects every year and my Cricut really goes into overtime pretty much from now through the end of the year. (Can you believe I’m already planning Christmas content?! #bloglife)

I found so many amazing Halloween project ideas to create with a Cricut machine… I just couldn’t stop adding them to this roundup of Cricut Halloween crafts! I hope you enjoy them as much as I did and I hope they inspire you to create a magical Halloween with your Cricut machine.

65 Cricut Halloween Project Ideas

DIY Spiderweb Wreath
I’m obsessed with this Spiderweb Wreath Jen from 100 Directions made… it’s so fancy and spooky all at the same time. And those intricate cuts are really showing off what the Cricut can do.
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Spiderweb Candle Wraps
Get caught up in the web of crafting with these spiderweb candle wraps by Lia Griffith! Simple and spooky DIY decor, perfect for getting into the Halloween spirit.
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Pink Halloween Decor
I love this girly pink, black and white Halloween mantel! Lindi from Love the Day always has amazing backdrop ideas!
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DIY Spiderweb Coasters
These easy to make DIY spiderweb coasters make for a fun resting place for your favorite Halloween beverage and could easily double as a spiderweb garland.
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Free Ghost SVG File
This Ghost SVG File from Pineapple Paper Company comes with three ghosts plus a hand lettered BOO to add a little extra spookiness to your crafts!
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Teal Pumpkin Project Decals
Let potential Trick or Treaters know that you are an allergy-free home with these darling pumpkins available in Cricut’s Ready to Make Project gallery.
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DIY Rainbow Halloween Costume
Create an Easy DIY Rainbow Halloween Costume out of leggings and a white shirt like Crystal from Hello Creative Family did… such a simple and beautiful DIY costume idea!
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DIY Halloween Pumpkin Box
This Halloween Pumpkin Box idea and SVG from Burton Avenue is such a cute porch decoration idea! Adding this to my Halloween projects list this year for sure!
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65 Halloween Projects to Make with a Cricut!

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Festive Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe
Kara Creates used her Cricut to make these festive Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe Boards. Don’t forget the candy corn because they make the perfect game pieces. So fun!
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Toddler Tourist Costume Project
This toddler tourist DIY costume is hilarious! This is a Ready to Make Project in Cricut Design Space… it’s the little boy’s facial expression for me!
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Toddler Tourist Halloween Costume with a Cricut
DIY Cricut Halloween Party Projects
These DIY Cricut Halloween Party Projects are ready to go in Cricut Design Space… I love how Erin from Printable Crush made a Spooky Soda Bar! Cutest Halloween party idea ever!
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DIY Ghost Pumpkins
Make See Lindsay’s Ghost Pumpkins using a Cricut machine, faux pumpkins and her free Ghost Face SVG files.
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Paint Your Own Monster T-shirt
This is such a fun idea and activity for the littles! Tara from Spot of Tea Designs created “paint your own monster” t-shirts using fabric paint and freezer paper stencils she cut on a Cricut.
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Faux Suede Spider Web Earrings
These DIY spider web earrings are designed to be cut on your Cricut or other cutting machine. This fun Halloween project from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff comes together in less than 10 minutes!
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Halloween Wine Glasses
Make these adorable Halloween wine glasses in less than 15 minutes. In addition to this adorable Cricut craft, Kara shares a recipe for spiked Halloween punch making it the perfect project in my opinion!
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If the Shoe Fits! Halloween SVG
Cheryl’s “If the Shoe Fits” SVG will help you show off your inner witch this Halloween season! This free SVG from That’s What Che Said is perfect for shirts, totes, mugs and wine glasses!
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State Pumpkin Project
I love this Halloween local pride pumpkin idea from Thistlewood Farms! Cricut Design Space has tons of cool state shape images or you could even just trace the shape of your state and upload it into Design Space.
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Clothespin Crafts for Halloween
These adorable Halloween clothespins by Sustain My Craft habit would be so cute for displaying kids’ Halloween coloring pages. I think I’ll make some for fridge magnets. Includes free SVG cutting file.
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Hocus Pocus Drink Glasses
These adorable Hocus Pocus Drink Glasses from Create Craft Love are sure to conjure up some magic at your October gatherings! Sit a spell and visit with all your witches!
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Spider Web Banner SVG
Grab this free spider web banner SVG from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff and make this cute and easy Halloween decoration, perfect for the mantel, porch, or Halloween party!
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Halloween Paper Haunted House
Decorate your home for Halloween with Jennifer Maker’s fun and easy paper haunted house you can cut on a Cricut! Includes free patterns and step-by-step photo tutorials for beginners and advanced papercrafters.
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Halloween Egg Hunt
Have you ever done a Halloween Egg Hunt? Tara from Spot of Tea Designs shows you how to transform your collection of plastic eggs with adhesive vinyl and a Cricut… such a fun craft and activity for the kids!
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DIY Candy Containers
Make your own personalized candy containers with Leap of Faith Crafting’s FREE Halloween SVG file and Dollar Tree Halloween candy containers. Halloween calories don’t count!
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So what do you think of all of these fun ideas? Did any of them stop you in your scroll because you just HAVE to make them? Let me know in the comments below. I’d love for you to tag me on social @lydioutloud if you try any of them!

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15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Silhouette or Cricut

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Free Halloween Cut Files 

Can you believe we’re already halfway through September? That means Halloween is just around the corner, and I’m excited! I’ve rounded up 15 free Halloween Cut Files to use with your Silhouetteor Cricutto create all kinds of Halloween-themed projects! These cut files are perfect for t-shirts, trick-or-treat bags, home decor, Halloween party decor, you name it!

Pull out your cutting machine and get inspired to make something awesome for Halloween! I’m currently using a Silhouette Cameo 3 after briefly using a Cricut Exlore Air 2. Feel free to read my comparison between Cricut and Silhouette if you are in the market for a new one.

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15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette machines.

A Bunch of Hocus Pocus Cut File from Persia Lou

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette machines.

Sugar Skull Cut Files from Caluya Design

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette machines.

Something Wicked This Way Comes Cut File from Dawn Nicole

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Silhouette or Cricut from PoofyCheeks.com

I’m Here for the Treats Cut File from LoveSVG

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette machines.

Skeleton Name Cut File from My Paper Craze

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Silhouette or Cricut from PoofyCheeks.com

Resting Witch Face Cut File from That’s What Che Said

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette machines.

Haunted House Cut File from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette machines.

Trick or Treat Cut File from Chicfetti

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Silhouette or Cricut from PoofyCheeks.com

Fa-Boo-Lous and Silliest Pumpkin Cut Files from Bugaboo City

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Silhouette or Cricut from PoofyCheeks.com

Frankenstein’s Monster Square Head Cut File from Cut That Design

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette machines.

Trick or Treat Spiderweb Cut File from The Pinning Mama

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette machines.

Halloween Witch Hat Cut File from Cutting for Business

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Silhouette or Cricut from PoofyCheeks.com

Trick or Treat Yo Self Cut File from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Silhouette or Cricut from PoofyCheeks.com

Halloween Mandala Cut File from Happiness is Homemade

15 Free Halloween Cut Files for Silhouette or Cricut from PoofyCheeks.com

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Are you looking for some fun and easy Halloween ideas & craft projects to make with your Silhouette or Cricut? You’ve come to the right place! I love using my cutter to make fun and unique decor items and Halloween is one of my favorite times to craft!

 I love being inspired by all the amazing Halloween projects out there…everything from shirts and signs to banners and buntings and everything in between.  So, I thought it would be fun to put together a collection of easy Halloween craft ideas you can make with your Silhouette or Cricut. I hope you can find something that you love and inspires you to get out your cutter and make something fun for Halloween!.

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Quick and Easy Halloween Project to make with your Silhouette & Cricut

DIY Frankenstein Candy Box

This Frankenstein candy box is such a fun Halloween project to make.  Not only is he super cute, but it always makes a great place to store your Halloween candy.

Pumpkin Carving with a Dremel

Are you looking for a fun and unique way to carve pumpkins for Halloween? I recently learned how to use a dremel tool to create amazing designs in pumpkins.  It’s so much fun (and a bit messy).  I can’t wait to try more designs!

Easy DIY Halloween Framed SIgn

Turn an ordinary picture frame into something spooky for halloween.

DIY Halloween Doormat

I love making holiday themed doormats! They are such a fun way to dress up your front porch.  This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to use your Cricut or Silhouette to make your own Halloween doormat!

Easy Halloween Door Hanger

In addition to holiday doormats, I also love to hang seasonal door hangers on my front door.  This easy project is a makeover from a pumpkin found at Dollar tree.  You just need a bit of vinyl and a few decorative embellishments to create this fun door sign.

DIY Chevron Halloween Pumpkin

This Chevron Halloween Pumpkin turned out so cute.  I love the non-traditional Halloween look of the black and white chevron mixed with the polka-dot bow.  So fun and another easy project!

Easy Spider Web Wreath

How about adding a Halloween wreath to your front door? I love the combination of a spooky Halloween wreath with a cute welcome sign.

DIY Halloween Street Sign

This DIY Halloween street sign is one of my favorite Halloween projects. I love the size, the colors, and the cute street names.  It was basically free to make (it’s made out of pallet wood) and just looks so cute in our yard during Halloween.

DIY Halloween Pumpkin Box

This is such a cute way to display all your pumpkins during Halloween.  With a few simple tools, you can make your own wood box. Then, use your Silhouette or Cricut to make the vinyl stencil.

Halloween Eraser-Stamped Tote Bags

These Halloween eraser-stamped tote bags are a quick and fun activity to make using your Cricut or Silhouette. Not only are they great for holding party treats and favors, but making them is a super fun party activity that kids will love.

DIY Halloween Luminaries

Aren’t these Halloween luminaries the cutest?  All you need are some colored paper bags, battery-powered votives, and of course your cutting machine.

DIY Witch Shoe Repair Sign

Witches are probably my favorite Halloween character. I like them because they can be cute, classy, sassy, sarcastic, and humorous. I also think they are super fun to create designs with because they have so many fun details like hats, boots, and brooms.

 

DIY Spider Web Candles

Transform some ordinary candles into a Halloween decoration with just a little vinyl.  This Halloween project is quick and easy and turned out to be one of my favorites.

You can add some vinyl spiders to glass candle holders to complete the look.

DIY Come Sit a Spell Sign

Welcome guests to your home this Halloween season with this cute Halloween sign. This Halloween project is easy to make with your Silhouette or Cricut cutter.

DIY Boo to You Sign

This simple Halloween sign is another easy project you can make in no time at all.  It’s such a cute decoration for Halloween.

Lighted Candelabra Canvas

This fun Halloween canvas uses battery-powered lights to create a spooky glow at night. It’s the perfect decoration for a spooky Halloween night.

Creepy Cracks

These creepy cracks are one of my kids’ favorite Halloween decorations.  They’re super easy to make and are so fun to have around the house during Halloween.

DIY Halloween Candles

Aren’t these candles amazing? They are so easy to make with your Silhouette or Cricut machine.  I need to get some of that glitter vinyl, it’s so pretty!

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How adorable are these Halloween treat bags? They’d be so fun to fill with treats and give to your guests at a Halloween party

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Chalky Halloween Mason Jar Luminaries

Here’s a fun and easy way to dress up some mason jars for Halloween. What a cool decoration for Halloween.

Chalky Halloween Mason Jar Luminaries

Mercury glass Halloween Mason Jar

And, here’s another way to use Mason Jars for Halloween. The mercury glass finish is so cool.

Mercury Glass Mason Jar

Felt Halloween Banner

 I love the colors and the cute Halloween graphics of this DIY felt Halloween banner.  It’s so simple to make, even if you don’t have a Silhouette or Cricut, you could cut the shapes out by hand.

Halloween Paper Bag Luminaires

This tutorial shows another method for making Halloween luminaries. Such an easy way to add some Halloween fun to your front porch!

Make glowing Halloween paper bag luminaries with your Silhouette in less than 10 minutes - great front porch decor for Trick or Treat night!

Boo Canvas Wall Hanging

This canvas Halloween wall hanging is easy to make and easy to store! I love projects like that.

A darling Halloween craft made from canvas and a vinyl stencil! Easy sew project.

Halloween Pillow

Making holiday pillows with your Cricut or Silhouette is easy! This Halloween pillow turned out so cute. The white trim around the edges is the perfect finishing touch.

Trick or Treat Yo Self Halloween Pillow

Reverse Halloween Canvas

This reverse Halloween canvas turned out so cool looking. I love the texture and colors on the full moon.

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DIY Vinyl Decal Pumpkin

Not a fan of carving pumpkins? No Worries, you can still have great looking pumpkins for Halloween. All you need is a pumpkin, a little bit of vinyl, and your cutting machine to turn a plain-looking pumpkin into something fabulous for Halloween.

Pumpkin decorated with vinyl decals using a Cricut machine {Canary Street Crafts}

So, what do you think?  These are some amazing Halloween projects, right? I hope all these great ideas have motivated you to get out your machine and start crafting for Halloween.

Silhouette and Cricut Halloween project ideas. A big list of quick and easy Halloween project ideas to make with your Silhouette or Cricut. These Halloween crafts and projects are perfect to make your Halloween Spooktacular.

 

 

 

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CRICUT HALLOWEEN PROJECT IDEAS

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Ilove Halloween!  I adore the food, the change in seasons, the costumes, the candy, and the creepiness.

It all feels magical! The only way to make it more magical? By Disney-fying it! (Is that a word??  Let’s make it one.)

Here is a collection of over 40 Disney Halloween ideas. Spook-tacular crafts and treats, most of which you can make using your Cricut!

We’re pretty sure that these Cricut Halloween ideas will convince you that (for at least the month of October), it’s good to be “bad””!

40+ Disney Cricut Halloween Ideas

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Disney Halloween Pumpkins

Disney Halloween Pumpkins ideas

Add some Disney flair to your Halloween pumpkins this year!

1. Disney Character Pumpkins

The Farm Girl Gabs has put together an incredible collection of Disney character-inspired pumpkins that are sure to bring out your Disney side!

2. Haunted Mansion Cricut Pumpkin

It doesn’t get much better than this Haunted Mansion pumpkin from Persia Lou.  And it even includes a free cut file!  Woohoo!

3. Disney Character Pumpkin Stencils

And be sure to check out Picture the Magic’s collection of Disney pumpkin stencils which features over 200 different designs with all your favorite characters!

4. Star Wars Pumpkin Stencils

This collection of over 60 Star Wars pumpkin stencils from us right here at Picture the Magic will make you feel like you’re in a galaxy far, far away!

5. Mickey Mouse Cricut Pumpkin

These adorable Mickey Pumpkins from Disney Family would be even easier if you used your Cricut to cut the foam shapes for you!


Disney Halloween Cups & Bags

Disney Cricut Halloween Cups and Bags

Here we have provided four fun ideas for Disney Halloween cups and bags that you can make with your Cricut.

1. Cricut Hocus Pocus Tote Bag

I love this adorable Hocus Pocus Tote Bag from Pineapple Paper Co.  It includes step by step instructions and a free SVG file!  You could also use this to make a t-shirt!

2. Cricut Mickey Trick Or Treat Bag

The Scrap Shoppe Blog has another adorable tote bag tutorial.. This Mickey Mouse Trick or Treat Bag would be perfect for your kiddos to collect all their goodies in!

3. Cricut Skeleton Tumbler

Make an adorable Coco-inspired Personalized Skeleton Tumbler with this tutorial and free cut file from My Paper Craze.

4. Cricut Hocus Pocus Mug

With this bewitching mug from Designs by Winther, you’ll be sucking the lives out of the children of Salem in no time!  And it even includes a free cut file!


Disney Halloween Apparel

Disney Halloween Apparel Cricut Ideas

It’s time to don some frightfully fun Disney Halloween apparel. Use your imagination and these ideas to spark some inspiration this year.

1. Cricut Hocus Pocus Witches Shirt

I think I might wear this Hocus Pocus T-Shirt from Persia Lou every day for the month of October!  So no judging if you run into me at the grocery store… I just love that the design includes the Sanderson sisters… and it’s so whimsical and fun!

2. Pumpkin Mickey Ears

These adorable Pumpkin Mickey Ears from The Purple Pumpkin Blog would be perfect for a visit to the parks!  Can you even handle the festiveness?

3. Jack Skellington Necklace

Need another festive accessory?  Why not make a Jack Skellington Necklace using this tutorial from Eighteen 25.  It’s adorable and could be used for any of your favorite characters!

4. Cricut Hocus Pocus Cat Svg File

This free Hocus Pocus Cat SVG file from Caluya Designs would make a great tshirt or sweatshirt… or would be perfect on a wood sign!

5. Cricut Hocus Pocus Svg Bundle

Sorry not sorry for yet another Hocus Pocus t-shirt… The Love Nerds have created an entire Hocus Pocus SVG bundle that are perfect for making shirts to match your best resting witch face!

6. Cricut Disney Villain Svg Bundle

And if Hocus Pocus just isn’t your thing, but you love a good bad guy as much as we do, you will love these Disney Villain SVG files, also from The Love Nerds.  Use them to make t-shirts, pajamas, wall decals, or anything else your wickedly creative mind can dream up!


Disney Halloween Decorations

Disney Halloween Decorations: Cricut Ideas

Ring in the fall season with some decorating Disney Halloween magic! These Disney Halloween decoration ideas should point you in the right direction.

1. Mickey Pumpkin Wreath

Can’t you just feel the Disney magic when you look at this Mickey Pumpkin Wreath from Magically Megan?  I feel like I’m transported to Main Street, U.S.A. just by looking at it!

2. Cricut Haunted Mansion Tombstone Sign

I am obsessed with this Haunted Mansion Tombstone Sign from Parental Perspective.  She made it by using the Ravenscroft font, which you can find here, along with a bunch of our other favorite Disney fonts!

3. Cricut Hocus Pocus Throw Pillow

I cannot get over this Hocus Pocus throw pillow from Sew What Alicia.  She uses freezer paper to make a stencil and then paint her design onto a pillow.

4. Cricut Hitchhiking Ghosts Wood Sign

I just love this Hitchhiking Ghosts wood sign from Polka Dot Chair.  My front porch would be the cutest (and spookies) on the block!

5. Cricut Sugar Skull Skeleton Svg Files

Check out these free Sugar Skull cut files from Caluya Design!  They are perfect for incorporating a little bit of Coco & Dia de los Muertos into your Halloween celebrations!  

6. Cricut Disney Villain Silhouettes

This Disney VIllain SIlhouette Gallery Wall from Down Home on Main Street is to die for!  All the heart eyes for this evil display!

7. Cricut Haunted Mansion Lanterns

Bring a little haunted to your own mansion with these Haunted Mansion lanterns from Polka Dot Chair!

8. Cricut Hocus Pocus Wood Sign

I am swooning over this Hocus Pocus Broom Co. wood sign from Burton Avenue.  What a perfect, subtle nod to the best Halloween movie of all time!

9. Cricut Haunted Mansion Throw Pillow

Here’s a picture perfect Haunted Mansion throw pillow from The Crafted Sparrow.  What a perfect touch of Disneyland to add to your living room!

10. Halloween Mickey Wreath

This Halloween Mickey Wreath from Spaceships and Laserbeams is the perfect blend of creepy & cute!  And it’s at the top of my must-make list this Halloween season!

11. Evil Queen’s Poison Apple

How fantastic is this poison apple from Chicken Scratch NY?  It’s sure to make the Evil Queen’s fans very happy… well as happy as bad guys can be!  🙂

12. Jack Skellington Door Decoration

If I had a white front door, I would definitely turn it into a Jack Skellington door, like Twin Dragonfly Designs did!  Maybe it would work on my pantry…

13. Haunted Mansion 13 Hour Clock

Want to make your own Haunted Mansion 13 Hour Clock?  Here is a great tutorial of how to make one!

14. Haunted Mansion Madame Leota Glass Ball

This Madame Leota cloche from Beaux R’eves is to die for!  It might terrify my children, but I’m sure the years spent in therapy will be worth it, right?!?

15. Cricut Halloween Mickey Bats

These adorable Mickey Bats from Disney Family are so dang cute!  I plan to use the print & cut feature to have my Cricut Maker do all the work for me!

16. 3 Disney Halloween Wreaths

Over at Disney Rewards, you can find tutorials for 3 Disney Halloween Wreaths… including one for Jack Skellington, The Evil Queen, and Coco!

17. Mickey Mouse Pumpkin

Mom Foodie created an adorable Mickey Mouse Pumpkin that looks just like the one in Disneyland, and has created an awesome step-by-step tutorial.  The only thing I would change is that I would cut out the face shapes from vinyl using my Cricut Maker instead of painting them.

18. Cricut Mickey Halloween Banner

This Mickey Head Halloween Banner from Capturing Magical Memories is the perfect project to make using your Cricut!  And it’s a great way to let your creativity run wild with Mickey Mouse!


Disney Halloween Treats

Disney Halloween Treats

Although these Disney Halloween treat recipes don’t necessarily require a Cricut to make them, you could use the print & cut feature of your Cricut to make adorable nametags, so all your family and friends will know just how clever, crafty, and creepy you are!

1. Jack Skellington Candy Apples

These Jack Skellington chocolate covered apples from Wonky Wonderful look as creepy as they do delicious!  And I cannot wait to try them!

2. Ursula Tentacles Pretzel Rods

My 3-year-old is obsessed with Ursula from The Little Mermaid… so I know she would go nuts for these Ursula’s Tentacles Pretzel Rods, from Mainly Homemade.

3. Mummy Mickey Mouse Crispy Treats

The Mummy Mickey Mouse Crispy Treats from Eighteen 25 are about the cutest things I’ve ever seen! Plus I’ve never met a marshmallow dessert I didn’t like… 😉

4. Mickey And Minnie Halloween Cookies

These Minnie & Mickey Halloween Cookies from Sparkles to Sprinkles look like the perfect treat to make with your kids! Aww…Minnie, we love you. Assuming you’re willing to share, that is…

5. Halloween Mickey Mouse Cinnamon Rolls

The Halloween Mickey Mouse Cinnamon Rolls from Pixie Dust Savings would be a perfect breakfast for Halloween morning… I mean, the more sugar the better, right?!?

6. Evil Queen’s Punch

Thirsty after a long night of Trick or Treating?  Wash that candy down with The Evil Queen’s Punch, from Brie Brie Blooms.  Yum!

7. Vampire Mickey Cookies

I cannot get over these Vampire Mickey Cookies from No Guilt Life!  They will be perfect to eat while rewatching my kids’ favorite episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, called: Mickey’s Monster Musical!

8. Cinderella’s Pumpkin Cuties

In case you feel just plain sugar-ed out this Halloween, here are some healthy Pumpkin Cuties, courtesy of Fabulously Frugal.  Cinderella’s carriage has never been yummier!

What is your favorite Disney Halloween craft idea?  We can’t wait to see what BOO-tiful things you make!  Be sure to use #picturethemagic for a chance to be featured on our instagram!  Happy crafting!


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DIY Trick or Treat Bag

Make a custom trick or treat bag for your little trick or treater, the process is so simple when you've got your trusty Cricut!

Halloween Silhouette Pitcher & Cake Stand

Use your Cricut to make vinyl silhouettes of spooky images like bones, bats and skulls and put them on vases, pitchers and more! They make the perfect Halloween party table decor!

DIY Cactus Pumpkins using your Cricut Maker

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Have you ever wanted to create your own Cactus Pumpkins? In this post, I will show you how easy it is with just a few supplies and your Cricut!

DIY Rainbow Halloween Costume Made Using The Cricut

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Create an Easy DIY Rainbow Halloween Costume out of leggings and a white shirt using your Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2! We’re sharing step by step photos and the cut file to create this costume at home!

Easy DIY Superhero Costumes for the Family

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These easy DIY superhero costume ideas can be the fastest homemade Halloween costumes ever! Simply cut out the DIY superhero masks , iron on letters heat transfer letters cut with the Cricut to personalize the capes, and fly away feeling more super than ever!

Trick or Treat Yourself Banner

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Make your own Trick or Treat Yourself Banner with your Cricut and this easy no-sew tutorial to add to your Halloween themed home decor.

Neon Halloween with Cricut Maker

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Are you looking for Halloween décor inspiration? This whole Neon Halloween table was made using the Cricut Maker. Neon colors pop against the black, and it’s all easy to make.

Halloween Crystal Ball Shaker Tag

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Halloween is almost here and I see candy in your future!  Look into my DIY Halloween Crystal Ball Shaker Tag and you’ll see a future full of Halloween candy.

DIY Halloween Candy Treat Poppers

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DIY Halloween Candy Treat Poppers will take your trick or treat game to a whole new level of fun.  Filled with candy and other goodies, they’re the ultimate Halloween party favors!  

Vinyl Halloween Nail Designs

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Give your manicure a touch of spooky with these FREE SVG Vinyl Halloween Nail Designs made with your favorite Cricut Machine!

DIY Halloween Street Sign

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This cool Halloween street sign was made with pallet wood and stencils made with a Cricut! The perfect outdoor Halloween decor.

Happy Halloween Sign

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This fun Happy Halloween sign is so cute, you can easily make it with some vinyl and your Cricut machine!

DIY Boo Banner in 10 Minutes

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I believe the only thing I love more than Halloween decorations are Halloween decorations that are cute and super fast to make! This BOO Banner is absolutely both of those, and a perfect Craft Lightning project.

Cricut Halloween Decoration - Chalkboard Countdown

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We already have our really fun Build-a-Scene countdown calendar, but I couldn’t resist making another Halloween chalkboard countdown.  It’s a great Cricut Halloween decoration to make.  All you need is a board, some stain or paint, and some vinyl.

Halloween "It's All About the Candy" Sign

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It's so much fun decorating for Halloween!! I like to go more for the fun side of Halloween decor rather than the creepy, so I made a cute (and honest) sign with my Cricut to hang up with my other decor. The other fun part? The sign is made of styrofoam so it weighs practically nothing!

Easy Dollar Tree Pumpkin Craft - Free SVG Files!

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Jack O- Lanterns are a Halloween classic! Learn how to make this Fish Bowl Jack O’ Lantern using Dollar Tree materials and your Cricut and be prepared to have everyone ask where you bought it!

Horror Movie Halloween Succulents

Photo Credit: mooshujenne.com

Horror Movie Halloween Succulents is the most adorable decor for your farmhouse style. Really simple to make if you have a cricut or silhouette.

Halloween Candy Cauldron Stand

Photo Credit: mooshujenne.com

We needed a way to make sure the kids and adults knew to still come by and get candy on Halloween.

Trick ‘r Treat Buffalo Plaid Wreath

Photo Credit: mooshujenne.com

If you haven’t seen the Trick ‘r Treat movie then it’s a must. This Trick ‘r Treat buffalo plaid wreath is based on the movie

Sours: https://www.handmadeintheheartland.com/halloween-cricut-crafts/
DIY Cricut Halloween Decor - Spooky Paper Halloween Village - Halloween Decor - Crafted Avenue

Halloween Cut Outs For Your Cricut

Here you can copy and paste this same bat multiple times to get lots of cut outs on your Cricut mat, or you can go back and upload some of those other bat images I provided and follow the steps above.


STEP 4: PRINT BATS

Once you have your page set up how you want it to print the bats, select “Make it” (the bright green button in the top right hand corner).

Make sure your Cricut dial is set on the correct material, for me I used the setting “Light cardstock” as I used black light cardstock.

Then follow your Cricuts promptings and let your Cricut to the rest!

BONUS

If you’d like a little extra Halloween magic, here is “Hocus Pocus” written out in calligraphy for you to use how you’d like! I just ask that you use for personal use only, no commercial use please :) I kept the words separate so you can have freedom to play with the sizing of each word. You can cut these out of vinyl and put “hocus pocus” on your favorite coffee mug, or do paper cut outs, whatever you dream up!

Make sure to tag me on Instagram at @LavenderAndSea I would love to see what you create!

Sours: https://www.lavenderandsea.com/freebies/2019/10/9/halloween-cut-outs-for-your-cricut

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It’s looking like we can start using those planners and slowly start to book activities back into our diaries. Thus this is a great opportunity to create a Cricut Vinyl Halloween Planner Stickers to make that planning in advance look beautiful, and I do love my planner stickers to be seasonal.

Halloween Cricut Joy Vinyl Planner Stickers

How To Use This Cricut Halloween Stickers Template?

If you have paid Cricut Design Space access follow this link to the project in design space, where you can choose all the stickers or certain stickers and save as your own project.

Alternatively save the image below and follow these instructions to add to design space ensuring you zoom in to remove all the small areas like teeth and eyes.

Halloween Stickers Free Template

Uses For Halloween Cricut Joy Vinyl Stickers

  • Wall Decals Or Window Decorations with Window Cling
  • Halloween Planner Stickers
  • Halloween Reward Chart
  • Craft Projects
  • Use with Iron on vinyl to make trick or treat bags or Halloween T Shirts
  • Or permanent vinyl to decorate plates, cups and glasses
  • On wood for welcome signs and Halloween Door Wreaths
  • Party invites
  • Envelope seals.

How To Make Cricut Halloween Planner Stickers

You Will Need

Cricut Halloween Vinyl Planner Stickers

Instructions

In Cricut Design Space click on images, type Halloween into the search bar and scroll through choosing any images you feel will fit your theme to make stickers. Don’t be put off by layered images as these can be flattened or un grouped to make into single layer cut files for stickers.

Making Layered Images Into A Single Cut File

As you can see below you are able to make multi layered images into single layered cut files by following these steps.

  1. Select you image
  2. Ungroup the image discarding any parts you don’t need.
  3. Start welding the parts you want back together.
  4. Until you are happy with your final welded cut image.
How to ungroup an image in Cricut Design Space

Points to note.

Make sure you image is not too intricate if you plan to cut it as a small sticker.

Also ensure any images you choose are one solid image and will lift off your sticker sheet as one solid sticker.

Arranging Your Cricut Halloween Stickers

If you are using multi pack smart vinyl the sheets are 5.5″ x 12″ or a standard roll of smart vinyl is 5.5″ x 48″

I arrange my stickers within these perimeters on my design space mat. This way I know how many stickers I need to create to fill my sticker sheet.

If you are unsure, press send to cut you will get a mat view to give you an idea.

Stickers on Cutting Matt for design space

Sending You Cricut Halloween Stickers To Cut.

When you send your stickers to cut check you choose the correct type of vinyl and whether you are cutting on a mat or smart vinyl.

Choosing smart vinyl or matt for the cricut joy

If you are using smart vinyl check the no mat box, design space automatically sorts into the length of vinyl the project will use, if you are using shorter vinyl you will need to change this so the project cuts over 2 cuts or more.

Check the box on the side when sending a cricut joy project to cut to ensure your smart vinyl is set the the correct length

Now you are able to click continue and send your project to cut.

Once it is cut weed it and you will be left with super cute Cricut Halloween sticker sheets.

Other Halloween Ideas

Free Cricut Joy Halloween Vinyl Stickers Template To Download and cut out, for trick or treating, Halloween Crafts and spooking planner stickers -2

Materials

  • Cricut Removable Smart Vinyl
  • Or Cricut Regular Size Removable Vinyl With A Blue Cutting Matt

Tools

  • Cricut Joy
  • Design Space
  • Weeding Tool

Instructions

    In Cricut Design Space click on images, type Halloween into the search bar and scroll through choosing any images you feel will fit your theme. Don’t be put of by layered images as these can be flattened or un grouped to make into single layer cut files for stickers.

    Making Layered Images Into A Single Cut File
    As you can see below you are able to make multi layered images into single layered cut files by following these steps.

    Select you image
    Ungroup the image discarding any parts you don't need.
    Start welding the parts you want back together.
    Until you are happy with your final welded cut image

    How to ungroup an image in Cricut Design Space

    Points to note.
    Make sure you image is not too intricate if you plan to cut it as a small sticker.

    Also ensure any images you choose are one solid image and will lift off your sticker sheet as one solid sticker.

    Arranging Your Stickers
    If you are using multi pack smart vinyl the sheets are 5.5″ x 12″ or a standard roll of smart vinyl is 5.5″ x 48″

    I arrange my stickers within these perimeters on my design space mat. This way I know how many stickers I need to create to fill my sticker sheet.

    If you are unsure, press send to cut you will get a mat view to give you an idea.

    Sending You Cricut Halloween Stickers To Cut.
    When you send your stickers to cut check you choose the correct type of vinyl and whether you are cutting on a mat or smart vinyl.

    If you are using smart vinyl check the no mat box, design space automatically sorts into the length of vinyl the project will use, if you are using shorter vinyl you will need to change this so the project cuts over 2 cuts or more.

    Now you are able to click continue and send your project to cut.

    Once it is cut weed it and you will be left with super cute Cricut Halloween sticker sheets.

Notes

It only takes an hour to make the projects from scratch, if you are using the design space link there is no prep time.

To upload the images yourself and remove the backlground will take 10 minutes at the most.

Halloween Cricut Vinyl Stickers With Smart Vinyl
Sours: https://extraordinarychaos.com/cricut-halloween-planner-stickers-with-vinyl.html


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