What do you do when you want to light up your porch for Halloween but don’t want plain old orange pumpkins? Grab some black card stock, metallic paint, and make these Halloween luminary bags. The perfect addition to your front porch for a Halloween party or to guide those trick or treaters. Be sure to check out even more Halloween crafts that can be made with your Cricut at the bottom of this post as well. I am posting this as part of a design space star competition that is being held by Cricut Explore™ however all projects and opinions are my own.
It is time once again to use my Cricut Explore™ to make a few projects. First up is these window Halloween treat bags. I will post another project later this week. My Cricut Explore™ was given to me as part of this competition however all projects and opinions are my own. I also have a bunch of fun Halloween projects on this post from some of my friends so be sure to check those out at the bottom of this post.
I am thrilled to be partnering with Cricut to bring you a few months worth of amazing craft. This month our topic is fashion and gear. Our team chose lace as a theme. I was hung up on that top for a while until I starting searching images of geometric lace. I fell in love. So here is my take with some geometric lace jewelry that you can make with shrink plastic! Yep the very same shrink plastic you watch shrivel up in the oven as a kid. Let make it all grown up and use it to make shrink plastic jewelry. The links included in this partnered post are all affiliate links which means that a portion of your purchase will go to support this website.