I love spooky Halloween decor but sometimes you just want super cute Halloween Free Stickers, right? Download, cut, and enjoy until your little heart explodes from the cuteness!
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If you’ve seen my Halloween projects in the past, you know I love all things vintage and spooky! I decided to shake things up a bit with these super cute Halloween Free Stickers though. From planners to kids’ treats, these adorable stickers are perfectly sweet.
Print & Cut By Hand
I partnered with OnlineLabels.com to create these stickers completely free for you! You can can print them on any of the paper options they offer. I used the Clear Matte Printable Sticker Paper and love how they came out.
Once printed, I just used scissors to cut around the edges of each sticker. I made sure to keep the designs nice and simple so that they could easily be cut.
You can even customize the stickers with the Maestro Label Designer program on the OnlineLabels.com site. How cute would these stickers look as gift tags?!
Cricut Print & Cut
As I mentioned above, you can definitely just use a pair of scissors to cut out the designs. If, however, you planning on cutting multiples, you may want to pull the free SVG file into Cricut Design Space.
Once the SVG file has been uploaded to Design Space as Print & Cut, you’ll be able to print on your OnlineLabels.com sticker paper with the black border framed around the images.
Follow the prompts, to print and cut with your Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore machine. I use the “Matte Vinyl” setting to create a kiss cut where only the top sticker layer is cut and not the protective backing.
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I hope you enjoy using these super cute Halloween Free Stickers! I had a ton of fun designing them and using them in my planner. Tag me on social media so I can see how you put them to good use!