Easy DIY Halloween Cupcake Wrappers with Cricut

Easy DIY Halloween Cupcake Wrappers with Cricut

Decorate cupcakes for Halloween the EASY way with these free cupcake wrapper cutting files.

Choose from a spider web or spooky pumpkin design – or use them both for a variety of cupcake designs.

I love these cupcake cases as they are SO simple to put together (it takes less than a minute!) but they add SO much impact to your Halloween cupcakes.

Read on for the free Halloween cupcake wrapper SVG cutting files…

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Spider web cupcake wrapper

Video tutorial for Halloween cupcake cases

Watch this video to see how to cut and assembly my free Halloween cupcake wrappers.

A full written tutorial, along with a link to the free SVGs, is available further down on this page.

Free Halloween cupcake case SVG templates

I’ve designed two different Halloween cupcake case cutting files which you can download for free:

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Pumpkin cupcake case

How to make Halloween cupcake wrappers on a Cricut

Step 1) Cut the SVG files

Open up the free SVG files linked above in Cricut Design Space and make sure they are sized to 8 inches in width.

If you don’t want to use the inner part of the cupcake wrapper so that you can see the cupcake through the gaps in the outer design, hide the inner layer by clicking the “eye” icon next to it in the layers panel.

Cupcake wrappers in Design Space

Step 2) Assemble the cupcake wrapper

Position the inner piece inside the outer one and line it up, then fold it round and tuck the tab into the hole on the other side.

Make sure you push the tab in from the top of the wrapper pointing towards the bottom so that it will join neatly.

You can glue the layers together if you want to, but it’s not necessary as the inner tab will hold them together.

Cupcake wrapper threading

Place your cupcake inside, and that’s it – your Halloween cupcake wrapper is done!

Cupcake cases for Halloween

Happy crafting,
Sarah x