Our Halloween tote bag iron-on project is perfect for both kids and adults! If you love Halloween, you can use it around the holiday as a reusable grocery bag. Or, you can craft it for your kids to use for trick-or-treating.
Using the Cricut Easy Press, this custom Halloween tote bag was so simple and quick to create. Below, you’ll find both SVG and PDF cut files to either use with a cutting machine or to cut by hand.
Trick AND Treat with this Trendy Tote
We love cute and simple Halloween crafts. With our iron-on design, everyone will be tricked into thinking you bought your Halloween tote bag at the store… when really you made it yourself! It’ll be such a fun treat when you can tell them you made it and show off your craftiness.
To create our Halloween tote bag, we used Cricut iron-on vinyl in yellow, black, and glittery white. If you want a more subtle tote bag, you could always choose a neutral color instead of orange. And you could even change the iron-on vinyl to whatever colors you prefer.
If you have any questions, just let us know in the comments. Happy Halloween crafting!
- Cutting Machine or Scissors
- Cricut Easy Press
- Iron-On Lite in Sunshine Yellow and Black
- Glitter Iron-On in White
- Orange Tote Bag
If you are using the SVG file, you can cut the design onto any color of iron-on. For the PDF, use some iron-on transfer paper with an inkjet printer. Once you have the transfer paper, print the design directly onto the sheet.
After trimming the design, follow the instructions for your specific iron-on to apply the design to a canvas tote. Placing a cloth napkin or something similar in between the iron and your iron-on material will help when applying.
For more DIY tote bag inspiration, check out our collection of tote designs. Share photos of your projects with us using #MadeWithLia for a chance to have your work featured on our social media!
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