Halloween is my favorite holiday. With my love of all things The Nightmare Before Christmas, Hocus Pocus, and good old-fashioned spooky fun, crafting for Halloween is easy and fun. using my Cricut Explore Air makes creating vinyl decals an easy way to create custom Halloween decor for home or for gifts. Check out all the DIY Halloween Decor we made to decorate for the Halloween holiday! This post contains affiliate links.
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
- Iron-On Vinyl
- Window Cling Vinyl
- Easy Press 2 (for shirt making, etc.)
- Decor you are adhering to
We used an available clipart in the Cricut Design Space and adhered it to a bucket from Michael's. For this we used regular vinyl.
We used a custom drawn Oogie Boogie art, uploaded it to the Cricut Design Space, and adhered it to a plaque from Michael's. We used permanent vinyl on this.
We used a custom Oogie Boogie art file, uploaded it to the Cricut Design Space, and adhered it to a glass votive from Michael's We then spray painted over the vinyl decal with Krylon Spay paint, and once the paint was dry, we removed the decal to leave the unpainted artwork to show through. We use removable vinyl for this project.
We purchased a set of mason jars and a caddy from Michael's. We spray painted the mason jars with two colors of Krylon Spray paint from Michael's (one of which is glow-in-the-dark). We then used a clip art from the Cricut Design Space to create a decal to adhere to the side of the caddy. We used permanent vinyl for this project.
Sanderson Sisters – Hocus Pocus Shirt
For this we used a clipart from the Cricut Design Space and the window cling vinyl to create a decoration for a bottle we picked up at Michael's.
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