Who needs some more Halloween SVGs? This “Happy Haunting” SVG is great for adding to your Halloween decorations this year! (some links affiliate)
Halloween SVG Project Ideas
I designed it and then used it as a pattern to make a Halloween scrollsaw sign. The word “haunted” is cut from 1/4 inch MDF, then primed with spray primer, sanded and painted with black spray paint.
Making the wood sign
The sign backer is plywood that I painted around the edge with black craft paint. Then I rubbed some beeswax over some of the black paint after it had dried. This made it a little easier to distress the white top layer of paint.
With my Cricut, I cut a vinyl stencil (this stencil material is a great choice!) of the word “happy” and used it to paint that on with black paint. To attach the scrollsaw word I used Gorilla super glue with the brush top.
Read this post about using vinyl as a stencil
With this free Halloween SVG, you can make a sign with vinyl, a vinyl stencil for painting, or even use iron-on to decorate a pillow or felt banner.
Use this form to access the download link.
Using the SVG
This SVG is for Personal Use only. To use this file to make items to sell, please purchase a limited commercial license to sell up to 500 items with this design.
Read this post for how to upload an SVG to Design Space.
When you upload this file, the two words are separate so you can make them two different vinyl colors if you want. If you’ll be making a stencil or using a single color of vinyl, make sure you *attach* them so they stay in the right places when you cut.
If you use the Happy Haunting SVG for any of your Halloween decor – I’d love to see a picture! On Instagram, you can tag @steph_crafting_rain so I can check it out.
And don’t miss the Halloween SVGs in these two posts:
Halloween SVGs 2019
Halloween SVGs 2018
SUPPLIES FOR USING SVGS
- Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker or Cricut Joy or Silhouette machine (for cutting the vinyl)
- Weeding tools (for removing extra vinyl)
- Iron-on vinyl (for shirts and totes)
- Stencil vinyl (for painting)
- EasyPress (for using the iron-on vinyl)
- Adhesive vinyl (for signs)
- Printable sticker sheets (for making stickers)
USEFUL TIPS FOR USING SVGS
If you’re ever looking for more SVGs to use with your Cricut, check out my Etsy shop here and all the free SVGs on the blog.
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