Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Halloween Front Entrance Decor with Cricut

Hello, and almost Happy Halloween to you all!  Today I have some Cricut® (Sponsored) Made DIY Halloween crafts to share with you that I used to create this Halloween Porch Scape or Front Entrance Decor. I hope you like.


To create this Handmade Halloween Decor I used several props from the Dollar store as a base.  I then made the rest of the parts with my Cricut Maker™.  I had fun using a variety of cutting materials and accessories.

Cricut Maker Machine
Cricut Maker™, "The Ultimate Smart Cutting Machine." Can be used with a variety of tools and cuts several types of materials.

To begin, take a look at the Halloween Cat Pumpkins I made with Dollar Store carvable foam pumpkins!

To make this all I did was paint the Foam pumpkin, applied a tattoo and made some ears out of 12 in. x 12 in. Glitter Cardstock in Black "Cricut™". With the Maker™,   I used the Adhesive Cutting Mat Standard Grip 12 in. x 12in. "Cricut™", and a Standard Blade and Housing for Maker™ "Cricut" to cut out two triangles. I chose to make the cat ears using a triangle shape twice in the Cricut Design Space™.  I first scored the paper with the Scoring Wheel Housing and Wheel for Maker™ "Cricut™". At the last minute, I chose to round off the pointy ears with some scissors.

After the paint was dry, and the tattoo applied I cut some slits into the top sides of each pumpkin using the Scoring Wheel Housing and Wheel for Maker™ "Cricut™", and inserted each Cat ear.  I also used some hot glue to secure each ear in place.


Next, I made some spider webs!  Using the 12in. x 12in. Cardstock in Black "Cricut™", a Adhesive Cutting Mat Standard Grip 12 in. x 12in. "Cricut™" and the Standard Blade and Housing for Maker™ "Cricut".  I chose a Spider Web Banner in Cricut Design Space™ and used the Maker™ to create and cut.



The third creation I have to share is the Scaredy Cat Window Cling.


To make two of these I chose a Cat image in Cricut Design Space™ that I enlarged to 15 inches in height.  Using the Adhesive Cutting Mat Standard Grip 12 in. x 24 in. "Cricut™" and Vinyl Window Cling in Black "Cricut™" I proceeded to have the Maker™ cut one cat with Mirror Image off, and the second cat with Mirror Image on.  So, the cats could be facing each other. To cut the window cling I used the Standard Blade and Housing for Maker™ "Cricut".   

List of materials:

Vinyl Window Cling in Black "Cricut™"
12 in. x 12 in. Glitter Cardstock in Black "Cricut™"
12in. x 12in. Cardstock in Black "Cricut™"
Adhesive Cutting Mat Standard Grip 12 in. x 12in. "Cricut™"
Adhesive Cutting Mat Standard Grip 12 in. x 24 in. "Cricut™"
Scoring Wheel Housing and Wheel for Maker™ "Cricut™"
Standard Blade and Housing for Maker™ "Cricut"
True Control Knife "Cricut™"
Carvable Foam Pumpkins "DollarTree"
Pumpkin Tattoos (Glow in the Dark) "Dollarama"
Acrylic Paint in Black "DecoArt Crafter's Acrylic"
Metallic Acrylic Paint in Black Pearl "DecoArt Metallics"
Glue Gun "AdTech"
Glue Sticks "AdTech"

Here is a video showing briefly how I made the above projects.


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