Celebrate the spooky season with these free Halloween SVG files that make fun Halloween crafts for Cricut and Silhouette!
Whether you want to design some spooktacular DIY Halloween decorations, make a Halloween gift for a special someone, or design the perfect outfit for a Halloween party, there are tons of different SVGs that will work for every type of Cricut project you can think of.
With Halloween just approaching, it’s time to bring out the spooky decor, do some crafting, and make your costume! These files will help you decorate your space and create customized Halloween goodies and apparel for the spooky season.
Whether you’re a Cricut crafting beginner or an expert, these Halloween cut files are versatile enough to add that extra spook factor to your projects, regardless of your experience and skill level. From ghost SVG files to Hocus Pocus SVG files, there are plenty of free SVG designs to choose from.
So fire up your cutting machine, because we’re about to make some boo-tiful creations together!
What to Make with These Halloween SVG Designs
- wall art
- Halloween signs
- tote bags
- throw pillows
- wood door hanger
- candle holders
- wine glasses
- wood signs
- trick-or treating buckets
- drink koozies
- Halloween door decorations
- vinyl decals or stickers
These cut files are available to download for free in the following file types:
- DXF File
- EPS Files for Adobe Illustrator
Please note that these free SVG designs are for PERSONAL USE ONLY and are meant to be used with a cutting machine (either Silhouette Cameo or Cricut Explore) and are not physical products. There are instructions at the bottom of the page for using these premium designs with both cutting machines.
Halloween SVG Files
Sassy but cute describes this SVG file perfectly. If that’s your thing, you will love creating a fun seasonal craft with this one!
Here is one for those Hocus Pocus movie fans out there. It makes a beautiful wall decoration to hang in your living room near your TV!
Another perfect choice for those Hocus Pocus fans. Watch the movie while wearing this shirt for maximum spooky vibes!
If you like funny and sassy witch sayings, this one will be a good option. It can be a sign, coaster, or pretty much anything. The possibilities are endless!
Whether you want to make this into a hoodie, a tumbler, or a koozie, this is a fun one that would make an excellent Cricut project.
Make your own Halloween shirt. Add a witch hat, witchy shoes, and a black skirt, and you have a quick and easy witch costume!
This funny and snarky one is perfect for apparel like shirts and hoodies and would go well with a witch costume.
This file has a lot of fun uses. It can be made into practically anything! It’s a good choice for a Hocus Pocus party.
Hocus Pocus is really popular right now, so this would be a great choice to show off your love of the 90s movie by wearing it on your clothing or putting it on a mug!
This Hocus Pocus SVG File has bewitching elements like a flying broom, magical sparkles, and flying bats. It would make excellent wall art, a doormat, or custom apparel.
This one is decorated with a witch’s hat, bats, spiders, and magical sparkles. It’s a good option for apparel, tote bags, wall decor, and more.
Ghost SVG Files
Simple but adorable describes this one well. It will work with many different mediums, especially signs, doormats, and t-shirts.
This ghost cut file would make a spooktacular wall sign or front door mat to welcome trick-or-treaters.
This ghost SVG would be great as a gift for that special someone in your life who loves the spooky season!
This file would make the perfect apparel idea for a Halloween party or as a decal for a beer koozie or wine glass!
This one is good for personalized gift tags, DIY home decor, or to add a spirited touch to your Halloween attire!
Whether you are creating matching t-shirts for your family’s trick-or-treat adventures or making a tote bag for storing your Halloween treats, this Boo Crew design is super cute and can be used in many different ways!
I used this file to create a cute Halloween garland, but you can use this ghost face for pretty much any Cricut project that you can think of! It would look cute on a white bucket for trick-or-treating!
Other Halloween SVG Files
Add a whimsical touch to your Halloween décor with this bat cut file, perfect for creating cute and funny mugs, t-shirts, or tote bags.
Whether you want to make this doodly pumpkin into a pillow, an apron, or something else, it would be a good choice for a lot of different craft projects.
This one is an excellent choice for an effortless DIY Halloween costume when you don’t want to dress up but still be festive for the holiday. It would also make a good trick-or-treating bag. You could even personalize it by adding a name too.
This Boo Pumpkin SVG File would make a perfect trick-or-treating bag for collecting your kids’ candy and goodies.
Accessorize for Halloween in style with this spooky tote bag. It would work great for other crafts like signs, apparel, etc.
This tombstone haunted house cut file would be an excellent choice for an outdoor sign or for Halloween party decorations!
Countdown to your favorite holiday with this countdown sign with a spider web frame. Make sure your backing is a chalkboard or dry erase so you can mark the days!
This one is simple but totally cute. It’s a great multi-purpose design that can be used for pretty much anything, but it would look particularly adorable as a kids’ shirt.
This one is ideal for crafting delightful Halloween-themed candy bags, tote bags, or even gift tags!
These aren’t SVGs, but you can use the print-and-cut feature on your Cricut machine to make them or easily convert them into SVGs. They will add a spooky touch to your DIY Halloween decorations!
Halloween SVG Supplies Needed
- Cricut EasyPress 2 (or another heat press or iron)
- Blank shirt
- Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) or Smart Iron-On
- Downloaded SVGs
- Weeding Tools
- EasyPress Mat (optional)
Cricut Design Space Tutorial
- Open Cricut Design Space (the directions for silhouette studio will be different).
- Click “New Project.”
- Select “Upload” from the bottom left toolbar.
- Choose your Fall SVG file.
- Click “Add to Canvas.”
- Depending on if your design is going to be all one color or not, you can optionally select “Attach” to make the design stay in place. If you are using multiple colors, only “Attach” the same colors together.
- Click “Make It.”
- The software will send the information from Design Space to your Cricut machine.
- Follow the prompts to continue to cut.
- Make sure to select “mirror” on the cut screen if you are using iron-on vinyl.
If you are using an EasyPress, here is a guide to help you. It will tell you what settings to use for your press depending on fabric type, adhesive vinyl type, and more.
Silhouette Machine Instructions
- To add the SVG design to your Silhouette Studio library, select File –> Library–> Import to Library.
- Select the “Send” button on the top right once your design is ready to cut.
- Follow the prompts to choose the right materials for your particular project.