This Halloween as you’re itching to use your Cricut machine look to this list of over 40 Halloween Cricut crafts for ideas! This post contains affiliate links which means I make a small commission if you purchase something I reccomend.
I love using my Cricut to make everything from home decor to clothing and accessories. It’s so fun to make projects that look so professional. Gone are the days when you spend an hour and half crafting only for it to look “handmade” and go strait into the trash.
What can you make with your Cricut for Halloween?
I love to use my Cricut for everything from decorating pumpkins to Halloween kids crafts. Here are some other ideas.
Halloween Home Decor
Front Porch Decor
Make trick or treat bags
Halloween Table decor
Treat Bags & Boxes
Halloween Felt Crafts
Halloween Cricut Crafts
When you have a Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker and Halloween comes around there's nothing more fun that making something to celebrate the season. This list of over 40 Halloween crafts to make using your Cricut machine will keep you busy this October!!
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!
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!
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.
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.
You can use your Cricut to make your own DIY Halloween bags complete with personalized names in just a few minutes. Plus, we are using glow in the dark HTV for adding some extra fright to Halloween night.
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!
These are nice. Do you know of any ideas that would work in a middle school setting that involves free, cheap or already owned items to decorate? Like maybe decorating school supplies? Perhaps not in a permanent way?