My favorite season decor is understated and minimal. I love when people realize something is a holiday decoration after already looking at it for a minute. That means I made it fit in pretty well! Cricut has pretty much everything, so of course they have window clings! I wanted to try my hand at making some halloween window clings that weren’t spooky or creepy, but more minimal.
I’m Anna and I typically blog at Practical and Pretty, but I’m really happy to be here to share this simple holiday tutorial. The Cricut makes any DIY window clings a cinch, but I wanted to make sure you really had everything you needed! Click here to upload this file directly to the Design Space.
What You Need for DIY Halloween Window Clings
Upload the file I provided you above to Design Space. I used my 24″ mat and and made sure the height of my image was 22″, so it would fit. I have long windows by my front door, but the good thing about window clings is you don’t have to arrange it how I have!
Place your window cling paper with the rough side up and complete a kiss cut.
Pull off each piece of the window cling and stick it on your window!
This window cling paper is really amazing. I can tell these will last me a long time because they’re pretty thick and sturdy. I’m already thinking about what I’ll do for Christmas now!