Cricut Halloween Craft Projects
Your Cricut machine is so handy to have around when it comes time for holidays. It makes crafting so much quicker and easier! We have rounded up some of our favorite Cricut Halloween Craft Projects for you here.
We have made some really fun Halloween crafts with Cricut over the years. There are last-minute Halloween costume ideas, treat bags, greeting cards, decorations, and more. Be sure to keep checking back. As we create even more Halloween projects, we’ll add them here so they’ll all be in one spot for you!
Cricut Halloween Craft Projects
We have made so many Halloween craft projects over the years with our Cricut machines and have many more to come. We can’t wait to share these with you so you can start making your own projects We organized them by types of projects to make it a little easier to narrow down.
We have some ADORABLE Halloween decorations to make. Whether you want a quick and easy way to decorate your Jack O’Lanterns, you want to step up your front porch decor game, or make some super cute hanging decorations, we have got you covered.
Light Up Jack O’Lantern Decorations –
These are adorable and so easy to make. Create a little stand on the back of them so they’ll stand up and so you’ll have a spot to place some battery-operated tealights.
Halloween Potion Bottles
These Halloween potion bottles are perfect for a party! Fill them with colored water and set them up on a table or mantel to add just the right amount of spookiness to the occasion.
Spooky Bat Wreath
Make some felt bats to embellish a wreath and you’ve got a fantastic decor item to hang over your fireplace or on your front door. It’s a great way to welcome friends and family in for some Halloween fun.
Etched Glass Halloween Decor
These etched mirror designs are so easy to make! They’re a ghostly but fun touch to add to your home for Halloween.
Simple Cricut Tombstones
Add one as a design element in your Halloween home decor or create an entire graveyard for the big night.
Halloween BOO Lanterns
Create these fun BOO lanterns to light up your Halloween night. They’d be perfect on your front porch to welcome trick-or-treaters!
Spider Web Doormat
This spider web doormat is cute and practical. We’re going to place one on the porch and one just inside our front door to help minimize the dirt and dampness coming in from those rainy fall days. Dangle a hanging spider just above for an extra fun touch.
No Carve Monogram Pumpkin
Looking for a no carve solution for your pumpkin this year? This monogram is a great idea! You could make one with your house numbers on it too for a great outdoor decoration.
We LOVE these ghosts. They’re so much fun to make and are so cute. Set up a display of one or create a few in different sizes.
Rae Dunn Inspired Halloween Dishes
Use a super skinny font and you can create some Rae Dunn inspired dinnerware for Halloween. Use for a party or a special dinner with the family.
We have some fantastic super quick and easy Halloween costume ideas here. Not sure what to make? Or maybe you’ve left it too late and are running out of time. These will give you some amazing ideas you can make in a flash.
Take plain black sweats to the next level with the help of your Cricut machine.
Super cute way to get the littlest members of your family into the Halloween spirit, these onesies are so easy to make and so adorable!
Last Minute Halloween Costume Idea
Turn some plain scrubs into an amazing costume with this fun idea! So simple, but so good!
Halloween Treat Holders and Bags
We’ve got some really great ideas here for little table favors or bags for trick or treating. We even have some fun craft projects you can use as gifts.
Jack O Lantern Treat Boxes
These are ADORABLE. We want to make them in a bunch of different colors and display them around the house before giving them away. These three adorable Halloween treat boxes have windows on the sides so you can peek at your treats. This is a super easy paper project to make with your Cricut.
Candy Corn Treat Bags
Celebrate Halloween by handing out these quick and easy treat-filled bags to all your favorite trick or treaters! These candy corn-themed treat bags customized with an MGL font and heat transfer vinyl are the perfect DIY treats for you to make with your Cricut.
Halloween Bat Treat Bags
These are THE perfect treat holders to send in to a classroom or give to neighbors. You can make them in multiple sizes too to suit your needs. If you’re having a party or just want to surprise your family with some treats, these would make great table favors too.
Halloween Treat Jars
Wouldn’t this be a great teacher or neighbor gift? We think this is such a fun idea and perfect to put on your desk at work too!
Halloween Candy Sign
So technically not a treat container, this goes along with your treats. If you’re putting out a self-serve Halloween treat container, add this sign to remind people to just take one. You could use this for a party too!
Adorable Iron-On Treat Bag
Send the kids out trick-or-treating with these adorable bags to carry. Simple to make Print then Cut Iron-On vinyl project!
Trick or Treat Bag
Or there is this option for a trick-or-treat bag too! We love the look of this one with the clear bag and it’s just so easy to make!
Want to send someone a special Halloween greeting card that you’ve made yourself? These little ghosts are sure to make the recipient smile.
Don’t forget to keep checking back as we’ll add to this post as we make more Halloween projects. And share pictures of your Halloween crafts on social media with the hashtag #MakersGonnaLearn so we can check out what you make!
Tanner, Courtney, and the rest of the Makers Gonna Learn Team are all here because we love die-cutting and especially love sharing fun projects and tutorials with fellow makers. We are all great friends and are always having a blast when we are together- you will see this on camera, especially during live streams! We are here to inspire and support you in your crafting journey!