Are you looking for some fun and easy Halloween ideas & craft projects to make with your Silhouette or Cricut? You’ve come to the right place! I love using my cutter to make fun and unique decor items and Halloween is one of my favorite times to craft!
I love being inspired by all the amazing Halloween projects out there…everything from shirts and signs to banners and buntings and everything in between. So, I thought it would be fun to put together a collection of easy Halloween craft ideas you can make with your Silhouette or Cricut. I hope you can find something that you love and inspires you to get out your cutter and make something fun for Halloween!.
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Quick and Easy Halloween Project to make with your Silhouette & Cricut
DIY Frankenstein Candy Box
This Frankenstein candy box is such a fun Halloween project to make. Not only is he super cute, but it always makes a great place to store your Halloween candy.
Pumpkin Carving with a Dremel
Are you looking for a fun and unique way to carve pumpkins for Halloween? I recently learned how to use a dremel tool to create amazing designs in pumpkins. It’s so much fun (and a bit messy). I can’t wait to try more designs!
Easy DIY Halloween Framed SIgn
Turn an ordinary picture frame into something spooky for halloween.
DIY Halloween Doormat
I love making holiday themed doormats! They are such a fun way to dress up your front porch. This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to use your Cricut or Silhouette to make your own Halloween doormat!
Easy Halloween Door Hanger
In addition to holiday doormats, I also love to hang seasonal door hangers on my front door. This easy project is a makeover from a pumpkin found at Dollar tree. You just need a bit of vinyl and a few decorative embellishments to create this fun door sign.
DIY Chevron Halloween Pumpkin
This Chevron Halloween Pumpkin turned out so cute. I love the non-traditional Halloween look of the black and white chevron mixed with the polka-dot bow. So fun and another easy project!
Easy Spider Web Wreath
How about adding a Halloween wreath to your front door? I love the combination of a spooky Halloween wreath with a cute welcome sign.
DIY Halloween Street Sign
This DIY Halloween street sign is one of my favorite Halloween projects. I love the size, the colors, and the cute street names. It was basically free to make (it’s made out of pallet wood) and just looks so cute in our yard during Halloween.
DIY Halloween Pumpkin Box
This is such a cute way to display all your pumpkins during Halloween. With a few simple tools, you can make your own wood box. Then, use your Silhouette or Cricut to make the vinyl stencil.
Halloween Eraser-Stamped Tote Bags
These Halloween eraser-stamped tote bags are a quick and fun activity to make using your Cricut or Silhouette. Not only are they great for holding party treats and favors, but making them is a super fun party activity that kids will love.
DIY Halloween Luminaries
Aren’t these Halloween luminaries the cutest? All you need are some colored paper bags, battery-powered votives, and of course your cutting machine.
DIY Witch Shoe Repair Sign
Witches are probably my favorite Halloween character. I like them because they can be cute, classy, sassy, sarcastic, and humorous. I also think they are super fun to create designs with because they have so many fun details like hats, boots, and brooms.
DIY Spider Web Candles
Transform some ordinary candles into a Halloween decoration with just a little vinyl. This Halloween project is quick and easy and turned out to be one of my favorites.
You can add some vinyl spiders to glass candle holders to complete the look.
DIY Come Sit a Spell Sign
Welcome guests to your home this Halloween season with this cute Halloween sign. This Halloween project is easy to make with your Silhouette or Cricut cutter.
DIY Boo to You Sign
This simple Halloween sign is another easy project you can make in no time at all. It’s such a cute decoration for Halloween.
Lighted Candelabra Canvas
This fun Halloween canvas uses battery-powered lights to create a spooky glow at night. It’s the perfect decoration for a spooky Halloween night.
These creepy cracks are one of my kids’ favorite Halloween decorations. They’re super easy to make and are so fun to have around the house during Halloween.
DIY Halloween Candles
Aren’t these candles amazing? They are so easy to make with your Silhouette or Cricut machine. I need to get some of that glitter vinyl, it’s so pretty!
Halloween Character Treat Bags
How adorable are these Halloween treat bags? They’d be so fun to fill with treats and give to your guests at a Halloween party
Chalky Halloween Mason Jar Luminaries
Here’s a fun and easy way to dress up some mason jars for Halloween. What a cool decoration for Halloween.
Mercury glass Halloween Mason Jar
And, here’s another way to use Mason Jars for Halloween. The mercury glass finish is so cool.
Felt Halloween Banner
I love the colors and the cute Halloween graphics of this DIY felt Halloween banner. It’s so simple to make, even if you don’t have a Silhouette or Cricut, you could cut the shapes out by hand.
Halloween Paper Bag Luminaires
This tutorial shows another method for making Halloween luminaries. Such an easy way to add some Halloween fun to your front porch!
Boo Canvas Wall Hanging
This canvas Halloween wall hanging is easy to make and easy to store! I love projects like that.
Making holiday pillows with your Cricut or Silhouette is easy! This Halloween pillow turned out so cute. The white trim around the edges is the perfect finishing touch.
Reverse Halloween Canvas
This reverse Halloween canvas turned out so cool looking. I love the texture and colors on the full moon.
DIY Vinyl Decal Pumpkin
Not a fan of carving pumpkins? No Worries, you can still have great looking pumpkins for Halloween. All you need is a pumpkin, a little bit of vinyl, and your cutting machine to turn a plain-looking pumpkin into something fabulous for Halloween.
So, what do you think? These are some amazing Halloween projects, right? I hope all these great ideas have motivated you to get out your machine and start crafting for Halloween.