We created 10 fun multiuse SVG files for our readers for Halloween. This was a project that we had so much fun creating. We’re no designers, but we think our designs turned out cute enough to bedazzle a Halloween mug or a baby’s onesie.
So many things you can do with a few SVG files!
You can find the full file downloads at the very bottom of the post.
We made these files for those of you who have cut machines and know-how to use SVG files with design space. If you’re looking for technical assistance with the files, see our notes at the end of the post.
No Cutting Machine? We Got You Too Boo!
No cutting machine? That’s ok; we also created all of these files in JPEG for those who simply want to print them out and have them kicking around for fun Halloween signs or decoupage projects.
You can print them out, toss them in a frame, glue to some wooden coasters, or jazz up plain bags to make Halloween treat bags.
The Jpeg versions are located at the bottom of the post.
press on projectS for T-shirts and Fabrics
These designs work very well on large fabric blanks like T-shirts, pillows, and tote bags. You can quickly turn a simple blank piece into something unique and fun for Halloween.
These types of projects work exceptionally well with Cricut’s Easy Press, but you can also use a standard iron to attach the files to your fabric pieces.
Fun Sign Templates too
We included a few designs perfect for holiday Halloween wall decor like our ” home sweet haunted home”, ” or “creeping it real”. These work well as vinyl stick on templates, or as reverse paintable templates.
You can find blank signs like these at most craft stores, and sometimes at your local dollar store.
Put them on Mugs and Tumblers
Make personalized Halloween mugs or tumblers for the whole family. The designs work well as smaller cut templates too.
I personally love the “I’m a haunt mess” because that pretty much describes me most days.
Need Help With Your Cricut?
This is not sponsored, nor am I an affiliate for the courses I am about to recommend. I wanted to give a shout out to the products that helped me the most with my cutting machine designs. These were the courses that I took that allowed me to design my own files, and taught me how to use my machine.
When I started this project I was having ALL kinds of issues and challenges with Illustrator. I picked this book “how to make SVG files” and it had the best tutorial ever. After going through the course I was easily able to go and turn the designs I made into the SVG files I wanted.
I highly recommend this course for anyone interested in learning how to make their own SVG files. Spoiler alert – this course is for folks who have Adobe Illustrator. The course does not support other programs.
There are also starter books for Cricut that take you through all the basics and beginner steps so you get off on the right foot with your cutting machine. Great stuff.
Having Technical Issues or Difficulty?
If you need a hand leave a comment, or send us an email and we will do our best to help you through your project.
If you do make projects with these files we would love it if you could tag us so we can see your creations!
Looking for more Cute Halloween Projects?
Check out these fun projects & crafts:
- Giant Halloween Spider
- Creepy Insect Specimen Jars (they glow in the dark!)
- Easy Halloween Bunting (Free SVG Download)
- Gnome Witches and Gnome Vampires (No-sew, free pattern)
- DIY Dollar Store Halloween Wreath (just $15!)
- Glowing Halloween Shadow Box Wall Decorations
- Black Flower Wreath
- DIY Tombstones (made with foam and glue – no woodworking!)
- Black and Gold No-Carve Pumpkins
Grab your SVG file download here
All files are included in the single zip file. No lists to join, or hoops to jump through!
Grab your JPEG File DOWNLOADS HERE
All files are included in the single zip file.