DIY Halloween Personalized Napkins with your Cricut
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Custom foil napkins are SO expensive! Why not make them?! With your Cricut and some Foil Iron-On you can make DIY Halloween Foil Personalized Napkins for your Halloween Party or Halloween School Treats. With the addition of a gold spider or other design, you can make easy personalized napkins for any occasion!
If you’ve been following along here or on our Instagram page, you’ll know that using Iron On vinyl on to personalize Paper Napkins is my new favorite project to make with my Cricut machines! I recently styled an adorable Trick or Treat Party perfect for kids this Halloween using a ton of DIY Halloween Party Decor with my Cricut Maker and I made the cutest “Happy Halloween” napkins with iron on. They’re SO easy to make, and when you use cheap paper napkins, you can create a special personalized touch to your party with just a couple of Halloween party supplies.
I also used my Martha Stewart Cricut Explore Air 2 to throw an awesome Halloween party that included a detailed cake topper and other great DIY Halloween Party Decorations, using some of the awesome Martha Stewart Halloween designs that are in Cricut Design Space. These spiders are a central theme in the Martha Stewart Celebrations line at Michaels, which made it easy to tie in the Cricut designs. The paper napkins are available in the Halloween Martha Stewart Celebrations collections, available exclusively at Michaels.
Supplies Needed to Make DIY Custom Foil Napkins for Halloween
–Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
–Cricut Iron-On Protective Sheet
You can use regular vinyl for these DIY Halloween personalized napkins, and they’ll turn out just as cute! But if you like a little shiny (just like me!), the foil iron-on is great purchase. You can use it for tons of DIY Cricut Ideas, including a Personalized Wood Tray and a DIY Monogrammed Christmas Tote.
How to Make DIY Halloween Napkins
Since the spider image is available to everyone in Cricut Design Space, you can access my spiders that I sized for a cocktail sized napkin here:
OPEN SPIDER NAPKIN DESIGN IN CRICUT DESIGN SPACE
In addition to the spiders sized for napkins, you’ll also find spiders sized for these DIY Halloween Coasters over at Everyday Party Magazine.
You can hide the designs that you don’t need by clicking the little “eye” icon next to the shape.
Although you really won’t be able to tell, it’s a good habit to always mirror your images when using Iron-On.
Preheat your EasyPress to the lowest setting – 250 degrees.
After your spider designs are cut, peel away the extra vinyl that you won’t need. Be very careful to keep the thin spider legs attached to the backing sheet – I learned this from experience. Ha!
Using the Cricut Iron On Protective Sheet between the EasyPress and your design, press the spider for approximately 10 seconds or a few seconds longer if needed until the spiders are adhered. Remove clear backing sheet.
That’s it, you’re done! With the addition of gold flatware, those Gold Foil Spider Personalized napkins will add some shine to your party table!
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Hi, y’all! I’m Charynn, the owner and designer of Pineapple Paper Co. I’m a mom of four kids (two girls and two boys) living in Pittsburgh. I love hand lettering, anything southern, cocktails, and of course, pineapples! I am excited to share my SVG files, printables, and craft projects with you! The pineapple is a symbol of hospitality, and I welcome y’all to my little corner of the internet. Read more…