Halloween DIYs

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Halloween is just around the corner! I know I love to do a little holiday crafting as we get close to the main event. If you are looking for a last minute DIY you have come to the right place! Feel free to share your project ideas in the comments below!

First off, if you haven’t looked at my SVG library you are really missing out! I have been posting a new absolutely free (for commercial and personal use) cut file each Friday! I have several Halloween/fall themed SVGs so make sure to go check them out! Here is a sneak peek of what you might find…

(SVG does not include the BYU logo. Bow is made using Sweet Red Poppy’s template)
Shirt is made with my free SVG! Bow is Karley Hall’s template. Pumpkins are from Design Space.

There are also some super cute Halloween projects in Cricut Design Space! I made these cute bags with my Cricut Explore Air and the card with my Cricut Joy.

Don’t have a Cricut? Then here is a Dollar Tree DIY for ya! I took three of their wedding platters and painted them. I cut a paper towel roll and wrapped it in burlap for the stem and added a bow. Everything was attached with hot glue.

Ok, if you’ve been here before then you know I am obsessed with the SVGs from Designs by Miss Mandee. She came out with a 3D haunted house that is breath taking! I stayed up super late finishing this the night before baby girl made her appearance. I got very little sleep, but it was totally worth it!

It’s even prettier in real life!

Did you know you can make Halloween costumes with your Cricut?! Here is a sneak peek at our upcoming costumes (picture was taken before baby girl arrived). You can make these with any full size Cricut machine! Simply put heat and bond on the back of your fabric before cutting!

Kit Kat and Crunch bar are made with heat and bond and fabric. Baby Ruth is made with HTV.

Need more ideas? Check out my Fall post from last year or follow me on Instagram! Thanks for stopping by! Happy Halloween!

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