Hey friends! It’s October and time to think about your Halloween plans! I’m excited to share with you a DIY Freddy Krueger Bag, perfect as a Halloween party favor or trick-or-treat bag!
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DIY Freddy Krueger Bag
Do you like scary movies? I do, well I used to. I don’t like the horror movies of today. But my favorite scary movie is still Nightmare on Elm Street (just the first one, the subsequent movies were pure garbage, IMO). I watched it when I was way too young and I’m sure it contributed to my love for Halloween (although I do think Scooby Doo is to blame, lol)! Of course, I was smitten with young Johnny Depp. Where did the time go? Fast forward today and my sons have inherited my love for spooky flicks. As you can see from our Scary Movie Halloween Party!
So today I’m sharing how you can make your own Freddy Krueger bag easily with Cricut!
What you will need:
- Cricut Machine
- Heat Press (I used my Autopress)
- Red Drawstring Bag
- Green Iron Vinyl
- Black Iron Vinyl
- White Iron Vinyl
- This Freddy Inspired Font from Dafont
- This Freddy Image
- I created a project in Cricut Design Space to get you started
I created a quick video to show you the overall steps…
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Upload the Freddy Image and load the font on your system. Measure the width of your bag and thickness that you want for the stripes. Adjust my project in Cricut Design Space as needed for your bag.
Cut the images on HTV.
Place the stripes on your bag, evenly spaced. Tape down with Heat Resistant Tape to secure. Press per instructions for your HTV and the material of the bag.
Next, press the Freddy image and offset for the words.
Press the white letters on top of the offset.
And that’s it! Super easy! What do you think?
Need more Halloween party craft ideas? Check out these from my crafty friends!
Whether you are decorating or creating these Recycled Egg Carton Bats are the perfect addition to your Halloween Party from Beth at Creatively Beth.
Laura from Me and My INKlings is the ultimate troop leader, so we love her collection of Girl Scout Halloween Party Ideas, they are brilliant!
The party favors are covered with a set of free printable Halloween Character Treat Boxes created by Lindsay of Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Liz with Liz on Call has the most adorable Halloween party idea – Jack-O-Lantern Balloons! Get the tutorial and a downloadable file over on her blog.
Create quick and easy Halloween Party Favors with Felt using the tutorial from Blanca with Creativities Galore. We love this idea because they are reusable!
Get together with your GHOUL friends for a craft night! Candice from She’s Crafty gives you all the details for a Haunted House Party!
With just a few supplies create Halloween Monster Pretzels to serve at your October 31st Party. Beth with the Ruffled Daisy is sharing her tutorial.
Marissa with Rae Gun Ramblings is cooking up some sweet and spooky Cauldron Cakes. Get the recipe and step by step directions on her blog.
Let’s take adorable to a whole new level with a No-Sew Baby Bat Sock Stuffie created by Debra of Debra Quartermain Designs. We think he’s FANG-TASTIC!
Giveaway! – Enter to Win a Halloween Costume from Rae Gun Ramblings
Need more Scary Halloween Ideas? Check out some of my favorite Scary projects…
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