These DIY Cricut Halloween Party Projects are ready to go in Cricut Design Space. Just click on the link to the project and select MAKE IT or you can customize it!
No doubt, parties are a lot of work. Even fake parties, like mine Seriously, my kids ask me if my party food is real and sometimes it’s not. Because we need a little help sometimes. That’s why I gathered up all of my DIY Cricut Halloween Party Projects for the Soda Shop Halloween Party in ONE SPOT.
This party has everything you need…Monster photo props, treat bags, wall decor…you name it! I created many of these in design space with the shapes, weld and slice tool, and some were already in CDS…super handy!
Check out more Halloween party Ideas
They’re all ready to go in Cricut Design Space. Just click MAKE IT when the link pops up. You can also click on CUSTOMIZE if you want to add more files or change the sizes.
9 DIY Cricut Halloween Party Projects
Instructions for these projects are on the project page when you click the link. I figured that was easier than including 9 tutorials on one page! The exception is the Monster Photo Props…I posted about those last week with instructions.
- Monster Photo Props
- Spooky Soda Shop Sign
- Soda Shop Spider Webs
- Skull Drink Labels
- Folded Bats
- 3D Circles
- Bat Banner
- Cupcake Liners
- Treat Bags
Cricut Party Supplies You May Need
These are always my go to Cricut supplies. You can use the Cricut Explore on most of these projects, but you will need the Cricut Maker for the Photo Props since the knife blade isn’t compatible with the Explore.
- Cricut Maker (read more about the Maker here)
- Cricut Design Space
- Cricut Access
- Knife Blade
- Scoring Wheel
- Light Grip Mat
- Strong Grip Mat
- Cricut Chipboard
- Cricut Cardstock
- Faux Leather
- Adhesive Foil
- Cricut Vinyl
- Masking Tape
- Tombow Permanent Adhesive (my FAVORITE adhesive for printables)
- Paper Straws or wooden dowels
- Hot Glue Gun
These DIY Cricut Party Ideas should hold you over. Also, check out my Vampire Printables and Monster Hand Candy Bar wrappers. These would make AMAZING Halloween treats and they’re so easy to make with the Cricut!
Jodie Moss says
These are awesome- would the files work in a Sillhouette machine or just Cricut? Thanks
Thank you! Since these were created in Cricut Design Space and some files were from their store, they’re only available to use with the Cricut 🙁