It may be July, but I have Halloween on the brain! It’s no secret I love Halloween. And as a party stylist, I often have to plan my parties months ahead of time. I know I’m not the only one, I’m seeing Halloween, Fall and even Christmas decorations in all my favorite stores! I’m planning a fun Nightmare Before Christmas themed party for FUN365. So when I saw that burlap was the chosen material for this round of Craft Lightning, I knew I’d want to make a set of DIY Oogie Boogie Chargers! So let’s get started!
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How to Make DIY Oogie Boogie Chargers in Less Than 15 Minutes
This project is super fun and easy to make. And best of all you can make a charger in less than 15 minutes! I also love that I can easily remove the vinyl later so I can reuse the chargers for other parties.
To get started you will need:
- Cricut Explore Air 2™ or Cricut Maker
- Cutting Mat (I used the light grip mat, but the standard mat works fine too)
- Cricut Vinyl
- Cricut Transfer Tape
- Cricut Tools
- XL Scraper
- Burlap Chargers
- You will also need this file I created using the Oogie Boogie image available in Cricut Design Space.
Once you open the file in Cricut Design Space, send the file to your Cricut Machine. Select the Vinyl setting and load the vinyl on to the mat. Follow the prompts to cut.
Remove the vinyl exposing the negative space of the cut file.
Cut a piece of transfer tape and cover the image. Rub firmly with the XL Scraper.
Remove the cut image from the backing and place the transfer tape on to the center of the burlap charger.
Rub the vinyl with the XL Scraper and slowly remove the transfer tape.
And that’s it! Perfectly spooky DIY Oogie Boogie Chargers for your next Nightmare Before Christmas inspired Halloween Party! I added some fun gummy insects for garnish, aren’t they creepy cool?
I hope you try this project out and love it as much as I do!
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