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Cricut Halloween Witch SVG Free Cut File

It may only be September but it’s time to start thinking about Halloween projects. And I am going to share how simple this Cricut Witch Halloween SVG Free Cut File for vinyl and paper cuts is easy to make on the Cricut Maker or Cricut Joy.

This Halloween Witch SVG Free Project is so versatile. Thats what I love about Cricut Halloween Cut Files, they can be used in so many ways, such as a paper cut and vinyl project.

Free SVG Cricut Halloween Witch download for crafting and scrapbooking
Witch SVG Free paper cut or vinyl decal Cricut Cut file for Halloween

Ideas For Using This Cricut Halloween Witch SVG Free File

  • Framed Halloween paper cut for seasonal decorations
  • Cards
  • Party invitations
  • Cake Toppers
  • Wall Decals with Vinyl
  • Window Cling Stickers
  • Vinyl Pumkin Stickers
  • Iron On T Shirts
  • Trick Or Treat Bags

To Use My Halloween Witch SVG Cut File

Click the image below to get you downloadable Spider Web Free SVG/png files and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space. Don’t forget to turn off any pop up blockers, and if your email doesn’t come through check your spam folder.

If you are already a subscriber check the members main page under Halloween Projects and the file is ready for you there.

Free Halloween Witch SVG, PNG file

How To Make A Cricut Halloween Witch SVG

Start in Cricut Design Space, for this project I used the offline design studio app for the first time. The app is much smoother than the online version if you live in a limited wifi.

Craft ideas for Halloween such as a halloween paper cut or vinyl wall decal

Step By Step How To Build A Paper Cut

  • In design space search trick or treat and scroll down until you find the scrolled ‘trick or treat’ lettering and add to design space.
  • Some of the letters are not connected so add a flourish to connect the letters r,c & K.
  • Next add the ‘witch hat’, I chose this image as once unlinked the hat had detail to cut out. Additionally slicing the buckle into the hat creates further detail.
  • Once positioned, highlight and weld together.
  • Then search and add the ‘Witches Shoes Green’. The striped version are perfect as they will stay connected duding the cut, as will the zig zag version.
  • Unlink the image and discard of all parts, except the black cut out image.
  • Once sized correctly weld to the overall image.
  • Add the ‘vine flourish’ and then the ‘spider hanging borders’ image. These work well together to create a little detail.
  • Next search ‘witches cat’, I choose the cat with an arched back but had to scroll down quite some time to find this.
  • Now add the broom stick, for a little detail I went for the ‘Miss Kate Cuttable Witches broom’, unlink, remove the bow and all flourishes and then resize and slice the top yellow layer into the black image for a little detail.
  • Lastly slice the spider from the spider handing borders and attach to the letter k.
Cricut Halloween Paper cut with project
Free Witch SVG for Halloween craft projects

Paper Cutting Tips For The Cricut Maker

Ensure all of your images connect in some way, if they don’t the cut will not cut whole.

Whilst the Cricut Maker can cut pretty intricate designs, be aware some tiny images may be a struggle. The more you papercut the more you get to know the capabilities.

When you’re building a paper cut image just be creative and go with what you like.

When you set your image to cut I usually go into pressure and click ‘more’ for a more defined cut. In theory you shouldn’t need to do this. However it does make it easier to weed out.

When the final image is cut gently lift the image from your cutting mat with the Cricut spatula. Do this a bit at a time so you don’t tear your image.

And for more Cricut Crafting Projects check out my Cricut Section on the blog.

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Halloween Papercut With The Cricut Maker
Witch papercut

Cricut Witch Halloween Cut File

Yield: A Halloween Witch Cut File For Paper And Vinyl
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Difficulty: moderate
Estimated Cost: £1.00

Simple Cricut Halloween Cricut Witch Cut File to use on Paper cut projects, wall decals, iron on Vinyl. With hints and tips on how to design images.

Materials

  • Card Stock
  • Paper
  • Or Vinyl depending on you project.

Tools

  • Cricut Maker
  • Cutting Matt
  • Weeding Tool
  • Light Pad

Instructions

    In design space search trick or treat and scroll down until you find the scrolled ‘trick or treat’ lettering and add to design space.


    Some of the letters are not connected so add a flourish to connect the letters r,c & K.


    Next add the ‘witch hat’, I chose this image as once unlinked the hat had detail to cut out. Additionally slicing the buckle into the hat creates further detail.


    Once positioned, highlight and weld together.


    Then search and add the ‘Witches Shoes Green’. The striped version are perfect as they will stay connected duding the cut, as will the zig zag version.


    Unlink the image and discard of all parts, except the black cut out image.
    Once sized correctly weld to the overall image.


    Add the ‘vine flourish’ and then the ‘spider hanging borders’ image. These work well together to create a little detail.


    Next search ‘witches cat’, I choose the cat with an arched back but had to scroll down quite some time to find this.


    Now add the broom stick, for a little detail I went for the ‘Miss Kate Cuttable Witches broom’, unlink, remove the bow and all flourishes and then resize and slice the top yellow layer into the black image for a little detail.


    Lastly slice the spider from the spider handing borders and attach to the letter k.

Notes

Paper Cutting Tips For The Cricut Maker
Ensure all of your images connect in some way, if they don’t the cut will not cut whole.

Whilst the Cricut Maker can cut pretty intricate designs, be aware some tiny images may be a struggle. The more you papercut the more you get to know the capabilities.

When you’re building a paper cut image just be creative and go with what you like.

When you set your image to cut I usually go into pressure and click ‘more’ for a more defined cut. In theory you shouldn’t need to do this. However it does make it easier to weed out.

When the final image is cut gently lift the image from your cutting mat with the Cricut spatula. Do this a bit at a time so you don’t tear your image.

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Dale Walkey

Saturday 16th of October 2021

Thank you for this terrific witch!

SarahJChristie

Saturday 16th of October 2021

You are so welcome

Mariana Cardinali

Sunday 19th of September 2021

Incredible as always! Best place for cricut inspiration ever!

karin

Thursday 16th of September 2021

dank je wel,wat mooi en wat lief dat wij hier gebruik van mogen maken

SarahJChristie

Wednesday 22nd of September 2021

Je bent zo welkom Karen en bedankt x

Stevie - A Cornish Mum

Saturday 7th of September 2019

These are fab, the cricut is such a clever machine/system I so want to have a play on one ha!x

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