Halloween is such a fun time of year – if you are looking for some easy DIY costumes, then look no further! In this post, we are featuring over 20 amazing Cricut Halloween costumes that you can make in a jiffy!
Easy Homemade Halloween Costumes
Halloween is one of the best times of the year, and if you are like my family – it’s all about the costumes!
Cricut can make making unique and personalized Halloween costumes easier than ever. Whether you are looking for a few finishing touches or you want to use your Cricut to make a costume from head to toe, the sky is the limit.
We’ve gathered some of the best Cricut costume tutorials on the web to help inspire you this Halloween season. Be sure to let us know what you are using your Cricut to make!
If you are looking for plain and solid clothing for the base of a child’s costume, I highly recommend using Primary.com!
Design Space Costumes
Cricut has a wide variety of costumes you can make using one of their projects in Design Space. I couldn’t figure out how to get the pictures, but here is a list of costumes you could choose from:
- Clown Costume
- Unicorn Costume
- Baby Fish Costume
- Lobster Dog Costume
- Dragon Sweatshirt Costume
- Gentleman Shark Costume
- 404 Error Costume
- Jelly Jelly Jellyfish Costume
- “This is my Costume” T-Shirt
- Toddler Tourist Costume
- Dress up Cowboy
- Superhero Cape
- Skeleton Sweatshirt Costume
- Magician’s Cape
We hope that you have a very Happy Halloween and that you’ve found this list of Cricut Halloween costumes to be inspiring
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- 30+ Halloween Games for Kids: Great for Classroom Halloween Parties!
- 30+ Adorable Newborn Halloween Costume Ideas
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Katie is a Colorado-native, BYU graduated, and most importantly, wife to one and mother to three beautiful boys. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with others – especially about pregnancy, breastfeeding, cooking, and crafts. She is currently training to be a Certified Lactation Educator. She loves spending time with her family and helping others find joy in family life.
Looking for even more Cricut help? Be sure to check out our Cricut Tutorials guide which has all of our best tips, tricks, and tutorials for mastering your Cricut machine!