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Left it to the last minute to create a spooky outfit for Hallowe’en? Let your Cricut machine help you out!

Here’s a host of scary ideas from quick T-Shirt designs to hilarious dog costumes, that will have you looking Hallowe’en-ready in no time!

Skeleton Hoodie

Perfect for all ages, all you need to recreate this skeleton look is a plain black track suit and some white iron-on.

Skeleton Sweatshirt DIY :

Lobster dog costume

Make your furry friend an outfit that will be the talk of your street, What a cute crustacean!

Lobster Dog Costume:

404 Error T-shirt

This is the perfect last-minute costume for the geek in your life who likes a more subtle approach to dressing up!

404 Error Costume:

Superhero cape

Superheroes unite! Another quick and simple upcycle, takes a plain cape into your mini superhero’s dream costume!

Dress up Superhero:

Shark head

This 3D shark head, creates a costume from a couple of sheets of cardstock, making it perfect for all ages to get involved with the making!

Gentleman Shark Costume:

Clown costume

Opt for a cute clown look with this easy DIY costume, all you need is a plain white t-shirt and some coloured iron-on, to create a clown that’s circus ready!

Clown Costume:

Mermaid tail skirt

If you can’t dress up as a mermaid for Halloween, when can you? Take a plain long skirt and create a beautiful shimmering mermaid tail that you can use with your land legs!

Mermaid Tail Costume:

Jellyfish costume

This costume uses party foil and iron-on to create a splendid, shimmering jelly fish!

Jelly Jelly Jellyfish costume:

Pumpkin baby suit

The cutest pumpkin in your family needs a cute outfit to match, take a plain orange baby grow and add a pumpkin face to create a cute outfit for the youngest member of your family.

Pumpkin baby bodysuit: