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These Halloween Shoes with Cricut and EasyPress Mini are the perfect last minute addition to your spooky wardrobe. Ready in minutes, you can’t go wrong with these fun shoes!
I usually spend hours and hours working on my kids costumes but have nothing to wear on the big night. May not have an elaborate costume for myself but at least I can have these cute Halloween Shoes! I made these with my Cricut Explore Air 2 and Cricut EasyPress Mini in about 20 minutes. Perfect project as your rush out the door to trick or treat!
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Halloween Shoes Supplies:
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Cricut EasyPress Mini
- Plain Flats (I found mine at Wal-Mart but have seen similar elsewhere)
- Everyday Iron-on White
- Customized Halloween Shoes File (Design Space)
EasyPress Mini Magic
If you’ve seen my Unicorn Slippers or Sloth Backpack tutorials, you know that I’ve used a mini iron for small vinyl projects in the past. Not anymore! The Cricut EasyPress Mini is the newest addition to the EasyPress family. It’s perfect for hats, shirt sleeves, pockets, stuffed animals, and, of course, shoes. If you’ve loved any of the other EasyPress machines, you’re absolutely going to love this one too!
There are three settings for the Cricut EasyPress Mini. The first level is for sensitive vinyl like foil, the second level is for standard iron-on, and the third is for really hot projects (like Infusible Ink!) I used a rolled up cleaning cloth inside of the shoe to give some resistance while I pressed the vinyl in place. A few seconds on each section and I was done!
I repeated the steps with the fun vinyl detail on the back of the shoe. Isn’t it amazing how a little bit of vinyl totally transformed these inexpensive flats!
I love that these shoes look nice enough to wear in public but still tons of fun for Halloween. They would look great paired with these Faux Suede Spider Web Earrings? Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Want more fun Halloween projects?
- Zombie Hands Halloween Wreath
- Dollar Store Halloween Skull Wreath
- Black Cat Halloween Tea Light
- Reversible Halloween Porch Sign
- Spider Web Earrings