Decorating my home for Halloween is one of my favorite things to do at this time of year. It’s the perfect opportunity to get crafting – not that I ever need an excuse! Today we are sharing our haunted house Halloween window clings designed by our talented designer Krista. Inspired by our haunted paper village, our Halloween window clings come in a variety of designs including a ghostly house, frightening ghosts and spooky pumpkins. We used our cutting machine to print these designs onto Cricut Window Cling in orange, black and white. Set your cutting machine to the vinyl setting and your Halloween window clings will be made in minutes. Gently pick away the bits you don’t need with your weeder tool then peel the designs off the mat one by one. Arrange the clings across your window and already you are well on your way to welcoming any little trick-or-treaters that may stop by.
For more DIY Halloween ideas take a look at our recent Halloween projects and stay in touch over on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. See you there! ~ Lia
Window Cling Orange | Window Cling Black | Window Cling White | Cricut Explore Air
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
Hello Lia, I tried to upload the Halloween window clings. Where is the haunted house shown in the picture I have design space but the haunted house is not there. Can you help thanks.
Hi Ethel, the cut file for this project is included at the bottom of the post, not in Design Space 🙂
Thank you very much:)
Lia, I don’t get the svg files, just the phot of the window scene. What did I not do?
You need to upload the svg file in Design Space. Here is a video to help https://liagriffith.com/cricut-explore-uploading-a-jpg-or-svg-file/
Lia, when I open my download I only get the full picture, not an svg of each item. What did I do wrong?
You need to open up the file through your cutting machine software. Here is a video to help you https://liagriffith.com/cricut-explore-uploading-a-jpg-or-svg-file/
Lia, thanks for your help. My machine is a plain Cricut from many years ago. It doesn’t have all of the bells and whistles~ Will I still be able to use your files? I was hoping Inkscape might help.
As always, thank you!
No unfortunately the older Cricut models only take their own cartridges:( Maybe time for a trade-in;-)
Having trouble. Could you please give me step by step directions for a Mac. I get the download, but am having tons of trouble uploading image. Thanks
Make sure you un-compress the file so that you only upload the svg file. https://liagriffith.com/cricut-explore-uploading-a-jpg-or-svg-file/
So cute! Thanks!