Download these FREE Haunted Mansion Tea Party SVG Files to use for your next party idea, or for your Halloween Decor! Includes 4 spooky Halloween designs!
This post is sponsored by Cricut. All opinions are 100% my own.
I’m excited to share this last post in my Haunted Mansion Tea Party Series, and Week 17 in my Cricut Tutorial Series! My mom is still posting recipes from the event, so you have to check out all that yummy food. Spoiler alert…the S’mores Scones were my favorite! I let my mom handle all the food, my sister-in-law did the Photography, and I did the decor. My favorite part of any party is always the printables, and I’m giving you these Haunted Mansion Tea Party SVG Files for FREE!
What I love about my Cricut is that I’m not limited in the types of “printables” I can use for a party. None of these were printed out, but I still had that custom look that I love about party printables! By the way, in case you missed it…I have another FREE SVG File from this party. Get the Spider Web Banner here!
Materials used for the Haunted Mansion Tea Party SVG Files
- Cricut Maker (to learn more, check out my Cricut Maker Review)
- Cricut Design Space – if you haven’t already tried the new program, go HERE and HERE to get all the details. If you are on the old program, try this tutorial.
- Sparkle Paper Classic Sampler for the Mansion Lanterns, Cake Toppers, and name tags
- Black Paper for the Napkin Rings
- SVG Files (click on the pink download button at the bottom of this post)
I got much of my decor, like the Zombie Costume, plastic gold cutlery, Haunted Urn, and Holograph Portraits from Oriental Trading. They’re having a Halloween sale, so check out all their party supplies and costumes! I love printables, but I can’t make ALL the things, right?
This printable set includes the Haunted Mansion Lantern (you can get idea of how to make it here), “With Ghoulish Delight” quote, and the files to make those pretty napkin holders. Obviously, the names are not included because they’re custom made.
I made some felt roses with my Cricut Maker a couple weeks ago, and you do the exact same thing with paper. Check out that tutorial, then glue the flowers onto the lace napkin ring design. I love adding special touches like this to table settings. I also like using pretty elements like the flower, lace, or even bows for Halloween. Using black paper just makes it seem scarier, somehow!
You can make these with the Maker or Explore Air. If you don’t know what the Cricut Maker is, check out my Cricut Maker Review.