Favorite Halloween Projects – Silhouette America Blog

Favorite Halloween Projects

Halloween is such a fun holiday! You get to dress up in really cool costumes and eat unlimited candy without being judged. Doesn’t get any better than that. Another really great thing about Halloween is all of the fabulous decor ideas. I love that you can make scary spooky projects or you can make cute “spooky” projects. Today in this round-up post I am going to share all of my favorite Halloween projects with you all!

Halloween Drink Labels

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Photo Credit: Kim W.

I absolutely love that Kim used white sticker paper and the Print & Cut feature to create these drink labels. So incredibly simple to make and they add the perfect touch of cute and classy to any Halloween party you host!

Halloween Cake Topper

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Photo Credit: Brie Zacher

Cake is my guilty pleasure. My mom used to sell cakes and our house always smelled like cake! It was wonderful. I *love* this cake topper that Brie made. It makes an already amazing dessert that much better. This cake topper is so easy and affordable to make–since it is made mostly out of black card stock paper. I love the 3D elements that the flying bats create. She used floral wire to achieve that look. Genius!

Halloween Vinyl Decorated Soap Dispensers 

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Photo Credit: Kaysi Gardner

Kaysi used adhesive vinyl to add a Halloween touch to these soap bottle dispensers.  These would be really cute in a classroom! It would really give kiddos incentives to remember to wash their little hands! Kaysi’s project makes hand-washing fun with these adorable Halloween shapes. I truly love them all but the Frankenstein and pumpkins ones are just too cute for words!

Double-Sided Trick-or-Treat Vinyl Sign 

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Photo Credit: Julie Ross

Can you tell I love vinyl? This double-sided sign Julie made is as equally cute as it is practical! This sign is made out of adhesive vinyl and a mini chalk board! It can easily be made using an all-wood board too. I love that you can turn the sign over when the candy runs out (hopefully this serves as a reminder to stock up on that candy to avoid a potential travesty as such) but in case you do, you will have a cute sign to make up for it.

Spooky Halloween Faux-Etched Mirror 

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Picture Credit: Annie Williams

This project is spooky–in a good way! It adds the perfect amount of spook and scare to your Halloween decor.  Annie used frosted vinyl to create a glass etched looked to the mirror. This medium is so useful and you can use it to add an etched affect to so many things–like cups, windows, vases and so much more.

I hope you enjoyed browsing through some of my favorite Halloween projects!  I hope you all have a fun and safe Halloween What are you dressing up as for Halloween this year? Let me know in the comments below!

Connie Wilson

Hi friends! My name is Connie Wilson and I'm originally from Fresno, California but am currently living in Portland, Oregon with my awesome husband and 10-month-old daughter. I love to craft! As a stay-at-home mama, crafting is my sanity. It helps me to relax and unwind after a long day chasing my baby around! I have a minor in Business and my B.A. in Biblical/Theological Studies & a second minor in Education. I love to bake, cook, watch makeup tutorials online and hanging out with friends and family. I am beyond thrilled to be a part of the Silhouette Design Team!

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New Silhouette CAMEO®

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scraper

12-inch matte adhesive vinyl

essentials 12 in. x 12 in. adhesive cardstock 16-pack

Premium Blade

9-inch glossy adhesive vinyl

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Silhouette Portrait®

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