Baby’s First Halloween Crafts

October 21, 2016 • Contributor: Melanie East, It Happens in a Blink

Baby’s first Halloween spins the holiday from spooky to oh-so-cute. It’s a fun time of first costumes, tiny treat bags, and family photos. Here are a few quick and easy projects to help make baby’s first Halloween memorable!

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Pretty Little Ghoul One-Piece

The project includes one heat-transfer iron-on image to create a cute Halloween one-piece for baby.

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Cut the file on the Cricut Iron-on, being sure to mirror the image before cutting. Cut the ghost with Cricut Iron-on in Silver Glitter, the bow with Cricut Iron-on in Gold Glitter, and the words with Cricut Iron-on in Black.
  2. Iron the image on the bodysuit as instructed in the Cricut Iron-on packaging.

 

© Melanie East, It Happens in a Blink

My First Boo One-Piece

The project includes one heat-transfer iron-on image to create a cute Baby’s First Halloween one-piece.

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Cut the file on the Cricut Iron-on, being sure to mirror the image before cutting. Cut the ghost with Cricut Iron-on in White and the words with Cricut Iron-on in Black.
  2. Iron the image on the bodysuit as instructed in the Cricut Iron-on packaging.

 

© Melanie East, It Happens in a Blink

First Halloween Vinyl Sticker

The project includes a 1st Halloween printable image to print on Cricut Printable Vinyl. Use the sticker as a keepsake, on photo frames, on a bodysuit, or a Halloween treat bag.

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Print the file on the Cricut Printable Vinyl with your home printer according to the instructions within Cricut Design Space.
  2. Follow the instructions within Cricut Design Space to cut the sticker.
  3. Apply the sticker to the desired surface.

 

© Melanie East, It Happens in a Blink

1st Halloween Photo Mat

The project includes one photo mat layout for a 12” x 12” cardstock piece.

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Cut the file on the Cricut Cardstock. Cut the pumpkin in orange, the stem in green, and the flourishes and letters in black.
  2. Use an adhesive to attach the elements to the white cardstock.
  3. Add photo with adhesive.

Optional: If you know the size of the photo that will be used, you can add an opening for that in the pumpkin before cutting with your Cricut machine.

 

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