Use this awesome Mandala Halloween SVG file to make a Spooky Trick or Treat Bag!
Halloween SVG Files
Halloween prep mode is already in full swing around here (we take Halloween VERY seriously!), and my boys requested that I make them some new trick or treat bags. They wanted something a little more grown-up and less cartoonish than their old bags, so I designed a spooky Halloween mandala SVG file that I could cut with my Cricut machine.
I’ve been designing mandalas a lot lately (it’s totally relaxing and meditative!), so I thought a Halloween-themed mandala would be perfect for the occasion. This spooky mandala is made up of all of my boys’ favorite Halloween motifs – pumpkins, skulls, bats, witch hats and brooms, black cats, an intricate spider web, and even a couple of spiders! (Note: the two spiders are separate layers so that you can place them wherever you’d like – on the web, off to the side, wherever you like!)
Supplies Used to Make this Halloween Trick or Treat Bag:
- Canvas Tote Bag
- Electronic Cutting Machine (Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air are my favorites!)
- Cricut Black Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Iron or Cricut EasyPress
- Halloween Mandala SVG Cut File (available below)
Simply upload the Halloween Mandala SVG file into your design software, and cut the design out of black glitter vinyl (Note: this design is mostly symmetrical, so you don’t have to mirror it if you don’t want to! If you choose not to mirror it, the cats will just be facing the opposite direction.) Weed the excess vinyl, and place the design onto the tote bag, sticky side down.
Use your iron or EasyPress to transfer the glitter vinyl onto the tote bag. I chose to place my spiders off to the side of the mandala at opposite corners, but you can put yours any place you’d like. I also added the words “Trick or Treat” to the bottom of the bag.
Get the Halloween Mandala SVG File Here:
This spooky Halloween mandala tote is going to be the coolest trick or treat bag on the block!