Celebrate Halloween in Disney style and make a fun Mickey Halloween pumpkin trick or treat bag with this FREE cut file!
As always, all opinions and ideas are my own.
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It’s been 3 years since our last trip, and my littles and I have been waiting a LONG time for this trip to come around again.
We’ll be going back at Halloween just like last time so I thought I for sure needed to whip up a fun Mickey Halloween trick or treat bag for each of my boys to carry at the Halloween party using Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyl from Expressions Vinyl.
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Glitter HTV in Black, 12″x20″
Glitter HTV in Neon Orange, 12″x20″
Glitter HTV in Light Green, 9″x12″
Glitter HTV in Neon Yellow, 9″x12″
Glitter HTV in Grass, 9″x12″
Cut all of the parts of the Mickey pumpkin face:
- the leaf and vine tendril (Light Green)
- the stem and “trick or treat” (Grass)
- the eyes/nose/mouth (Neon Yellow)
- the pumpkin (Neon Orange)
- pumpkin and face outline (Black).
Remember: When cutting HTV, place the vinyl face down on your cutting mat and flip the image horizontally in the Silhouette software.
Iron on the black pumpkin face HTV and the “trick or trick” signage.
By doing the black outline of the pumpkin face first, you will see where to add the other pieces for everything to line up.
Iron on the other pieces of the image, using the black outline as a guide for placement.
Be sure any vinyl not covered by a carrier sheet (the clear plastic that comes on HTV) is covered by multi-use paper if the heat press will be touching it.
They will really catch the light while the boys are trick or treating at Disneyland AND at home on Halloween!
I hope you enjoy this Mickey Halloween pumpkin trick or treat bag and the free cut file!
I’ve teamed up with some friends who also made some super fun Halloween-themed FREE cut files for you! Don’t miss them!
Boo Onesie from Tried and true
Spider web monogram from Expressions Vinyl Blog
Day of the Dead from 100 directions
Spiderweb pinwheels from Hey Let’s make stuff
Resting witch face from Sew What Alicia
Fab BOO lous from a girl and a glue gun
Hocus Pocus from Tauni Everett
Halloween characters from Liz on Call
Skull Foil from Printable Crush
Mickey Mouse Pumpkin from The Scrap Shoppe
Don’t miss these other Disney-themed cut files!
This post was originally shared September, 2017.