Looking for some cute Halloween shirts? Create these DIY Iron-On Halloween Shirts with the free SVG cut files! They are fa-BOO-lous!
This year I couldn’t resist making my kiddos a couple cute shirts to wear this Halloween! These Iron-On Halloween shirts were made with my cutting machine and were a quick and easy project!
My kids love Emojis so the cute little ghosts and pumpkins are inspired by fun Emoji faces. I created two shirt designs. One design features three cute ghosts and the word “Fa-boo-lous!” underneath it. Cut the ghosts from white HTV (heat transfer vinyl) or from silver glitter HTV as I did. The glittery ghosts are so much fun!
The second design features three fun pumpkins each with a different emoji-inspired face. Underneath the pumpkins are the words “Silliest pumpkin in the pumpkin patch” all cut from orange HTV.
These designs look adorable on shirts but would also look great on a tote bag for trick-or-treat or cut them from vinyl or paper to use in other crafts projects.
DIY Halloween Shirts
- Black shirts – I found a child’s size small t-shirt at Joann Fabrics and a toddler-sized black shirt at Old Navy
- Orange Cricut Everyday Iron On or Orange Cricut Glitter Iron-On
- Silver Cricut Glitter Iron On
- Cutting machine
- Cutting Mat and Cutting machine tools
- Iron or Cricut Easy Press
- Free SVG Cut Files – Directions for how to download the free files are located at the end of this post.
Step by Step Tutorial
Step One: Download the free SVG cut files and upload them into Cricut Design Space. Scale the design to fit your t-shirt size. Directions for how to download the free files are located at the end of this post.
Step Two: Cut the images out of Iron-On material. Make sure to set your machine to cut “Iron-On” and mirror your image in Cricut Design Space.
Step Three: Once the images are cut from Iron-On, weed them using your Cricut weeding tool.
Step Four: Iron the images on to the front of your shirts. I like to measure with a ruler to make sure my images will be centered. Use an iron like I did to iron the image to the front of the shirt, or if you have a Cricut Easy Press you can use that!
This pumpkin black t-shirt will look great over an orange long-sleeve shirt for my son.
I have a few more Halloween projects I’d like to knock out before starting on Halloween costumes! Be sure to check out my past Halloween projects for some fun DIY’s to get started on now :)
Check out these other fun Halloween crafts using your Cricut cutting machine!
How to Download the Free Files
Download the Free File! This freebie is in my Resource Library under Halloween or SVG Cut Files, Vinyl and Iron On. Enter your first name and email to get the password to download this file. You’ll also have a chance to sign up for my newsletter to receive fun craft tutorials, tips, updates and more FREE files to help make crafting something special and unique easier!