I love to use my Cricut Machine all year long, but I especially love to use it for the Holidays. I’ve created several simple Halloween Costumes for my family during the last few years with my Cricut Machine. If you’re looking for some cute DIY Halloween costumes, then you may like one of these 13+ Cricut Halloween Costume Ideas.
Table of Contents
- More than 13 Simple Cricut Halloween Costume Ideas
- Skeleton Halloween Costume
- DIY Gilmore Girls Costume
- Pizza Planet Delivery Driver Costume & Toy Story Alien Costume
- Easy Scardey Cat Costume
- Ace of Spades Costume
- DIY Halloween T-Shirts
- Disney Elsa Costume
- Game Board Costumes
- Teen Group Costumes
- DIY Mermaid Costume
- Butterfly Princess Costume
- Taco & Hot Sauce Costumes
- Magic Eight Ball Costume
More than 13 Simple Cricut Halloween Costume Ideas
Skeleton Halloween Costume
I can think of few better ways to use a Cricut machine for a Halloween costume than a skeleton! Cut out the bones and apply them to a simple black shirt and pants. Easy and done! This post has a full tutorial along with bone SVG files for your Cricut.
DIY Gilmore Girls Costume
We adore the Gilmore Girls and consider ourselves honorary residents of Stars Hollow! DIY a simple Chilton costume with the help of your Cricut and some store-bought clothing. Grab our custom Chilton Gilmore Girls SVG file and create your costume.
Pizza Planet Delivery Driver Costume & Toy Story Alien Costume
These Toy Story costumes are great for group costumes or for the Disney Halloween Party. They are also great costumes for older kids & teens. Learn how to make the Pizza Planet Delivery driver and Green Alien costumes.
Easy Scardey Cat Costume
This cute costume features a simple no-sew DIY tutu. The mask is made using a Cricut machine! Full costume details, including SVG, details can be found here.
Ace of Spades Costume
Most teenage boys that I know don’t want to look like they are trying too hard when it comes to Halloween Costumes. This DIY Ace of Spades costume is so EASY to make. It makes the perfect addition to a Family Alice in Wonderland Group costume.
DIY Halloween T-Shirts
If you’re not in the mood for a full costume, DIY a cute Halloween t-shirt for yourself! I love these “You Say Witch like it’s a bad thing” shirts I created a few years ago.
Disney Elsa Costume
Use your Cricut to add a bit of frosty detail to a DIY Elsa Costume via Pumpkin and a Princess.
Game Board Costumes
Looking for a fun group costume for older kids? These game board costumes via Dukes & Dutchesses are both cute and clever!
Teen Group Costumes
You can find this ADORABLE M&M’s group costume over at Sugar Bee Crafts. What a fun idea for a group of teens!
DIY Mermaid Costume
See Kate Sew created this AMAZING mermaid Halloween costume using her Cricut and some sparkly vinyl. Get the how-to on her site.
Butterfly Princess Costume
This butterfly costume via Pretty Providence is simple and oh-so-pretty!
Taco & Hot Sauce Costumes
I can’t get over the cuteness of this Taco and Hot Sauce costume over at Everyday Jenny! That taco! Be still my heart.
Magic Eight Ball Costume
Suburban Wife City Life has a tutorial to make a cute magic 8-ball costume perfect for a baby or little kid!