Let’s Get Spooky

Create This Easy Make to Spooky Sign SVG

The spooky season is upon us and Halloween is not complete without some signs placed through out your decor. I created this cute Spooky Sign to add to your Halloween decor.

spooky halloween sign

The spooky sign uses cardstock, vinyl and iron-on vinyl. There are three different sayings with this SVG file to give you a variety of what you can create.

I had fun creating this project and have it displayed next to Dracula with my Halloween decor.

spooky sign and Dracula

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You could also cut this spooky sign out of iron-on vinyl and create a spooky Halloween shirt.

spookyshirt

Another way to use this design is to create a Halloween card or decorate a pumpkin.

Materials Needed

  • 1 Sheet of Halloween Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Orange Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Green Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Black Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Yellow Cardstock
  • White Vinyl
  • Black Vinyl
  • Purple HTV
  • Elmers Spray Adhesive
  • Barely Arts Glue
  • Design #24

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spooky halloween sign

Spooky Sign

Materials

  • 1 Sheet of Halloween Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Light Green Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Black Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Grey Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Yellow Cardstock
  • 1 Sheet of Orange Cardstock
  • White Vinyl
  • Black Vinyl
  • Purple Iron-On Vinyl

Tools

  • Circut Maker or your favorite cutting machine
  • Brayer
  • Weeder
  • Green Cutting Mat
  • Blue Cutting Mat

Instructions

Step 1. Cutting Out the Spooky Sign

Upload the Halloween print piece. Check to make sure the size is correct, before cutting out.

spooky sign

Upload the green piece. Check to make sure the size is correct, before cutting out.

Upload the black pieces. Check to make sure the size is correct, before cutting out.

spooky sign

Upload the pumpkin orange piece. Check to make sure the size is correct, before cutting out.

spooky sign

Upload the pumpkin yellow piece. Check to make sure the size is correct, before cutting out.

Upload the tombstone top piece. Check to make sure the size is correct, before cutting out.

Next upload the eyes white pieces. Check to make sure the size is correct. These are cut out of white vinyl.

Then upload the eyes black pieces. Check to make sure the size is correct. These are cut out of black vinyl.

Upload the bat wings edge. Check to make sure the size is correct.

spooky sign

Upload the wording. Check to make sure the size is correct.

spooky sign

Select all and attach.

spooky sign

Next click on "Make It" (your screen will look like this)

Click on the Mirror button. Your wording will now be reversed.

spooky sign

Click on continue. Cut out of Iron-on Vinyl. I used a purple iron-on vinyl.

Step 2. Assembling the Spooky Sign

Starting with the green sheet and the iron-on vinyl wording, use your Cricut Easy Press Mat and Cricut Easy Press Mini Iron. Check the Cricut Heat Guide (link on blog post).

spooky sign green sheet

Center the wording on the piece of cardstock and iron it on.

Allow the vinyl to cool before peeling the clear sheet off.

spooky sign

Next using the bat wings and the bats.

Iron on each bat wing piece to the bats, using your Cricut Easy Press Mat and Cricut Easy Press Mini iron.

spooky sign bats

Allow the vinyl to cool before peeling the clear sheet off.

spooky sign

Glue the orange pumpkin piece to the yellow pumpkin piece.

spooky sign orange pumpkin

spooky sign pumpkin

Next glue the grey tombstone piece to the black tombstone piece.

spooky sign grey tombstone

spooky sign tombstone

Once the green sheet is cool, use spray adhevise and spray the back side of the green sheet (the side without the vinyl). Next center the green sheet on top of the Halloween paper sheet.

Next using transfer tape put the white vinyl eyes where the "oo's" for spooky should go.

spooky sign white vinyl eyes

spooky sign eyes

Next using transfer tape put the black vinyl eyes in the center near the bottom of the white vinyl eyes.

spooky sign black vinyl eyes

spooky sign

Then using glue foam dots put the pumpkin and tombstone at the bottom of your sign.

Next using glue foam dots put the bats on either of the top corners slightly angeled.

spooky halloween sign

Now your spooky sign is ready to be displayed.

The latest on Youtube:

spooky sign Pinterest pin

Please Share Your Project!

I’d love to see what you create. Please share a photo in the comments below and on my Facebook Page or tag me on social media with @carlaarlenecreations

Happy Crafting!

Carla

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