Looking for Cricut Halloween fonts? Take your Cricut Halloween decor, t-shirts, invitations, and other Cricut Halloween projects further with cute Halloween Cricut fonts. If you’re not sure how to use Halloween fonts on Cricut, we’ll help you get started with that too.
Not Sure How to Use Cricut Fonts?
So, you’d like to try out some fun Cricut Halloween ideas, but you’re not sure how to work with custom Cricut fonts? It’s easy to get the best Halloween fonts for Cricut, all ready to use.
We’ve got free tutorials here on Envato Tuts+ to help you through the process: everything from the basics, like accessing your fonts, to curving and connecting letters. Check out these walkthroughs now for extra help. Download all the best Halloween fonts on Cricut and get creating!
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Unlimited Font Downloads at Envato Elements
If you love fonts, Envato Elements is an amazing resource. There are hundreds of Halloween fonts you can download now, and the best part is, one low price gets you access to all of them—the entire font library! But you also get thousands of other fonts, all included with unlimited downloads.
Fonts on Envato Elements are all licensed for commercial use too, so they’re also a great choice if you’re looking to make Cricut projects to sell.
But it’s an awesome choice for personal Halloween Cricut projects too. Let’s take a look at some Cricut Halloween ideas, all inspired by some of the awesome items you can download right now on Envato Elements.
Halloween T-shirts are such a fun concept, right? Stick on a spooky saying or maybe even make a silly T-shirt costume for an easy Halloween outfit. The right Halloween font can give your project just the right touch.
Envato Elements includes more than just fonts. You can download clip art, illustrations, stock photos, and much more too! There’s even digital scrapbooking paper, patterns, and other fun designs you can print, cut, and enjoy right now.
How about making some cute Halloween invitations with your Cricut machine? Or use your Cricut machine to cut out cute holiday stickers—and then stick them onto treat bags! This could work great for birthday parties and other special ocassions too.
If you’re looking for extra inspiration, why not try out a Halloween SVG file design, like this one? Try it out on a T-shirt, a mug, or maybe even a mini-poster to hang on your office door. Envato Elements also includes plenty of cute SVG files you can download and cut out today.
Here’s another cute Halloween project idea, where we see the design on more than one item. Where would you put your favorite Halloween design? How about window clings, or maybe making a custom hanging decor item for your front door?
You can keep things chill and seasonal too—Halloween doesn’t have to be spooky! Try out a fun mug for a loved one, just to share a seasonal smile. Halloween Cricut fonts are a great addition to your library, because you can reuse them year after year. Many of them have the versatility to work well for other projects year-round!
46 Best Cricut Fonts for Halloween
Let’s take a look at some of the best Cricut fonts for Halloween, over on Envato Elements. Sign up today and download as many as you like, with unlimited downloads.
Isn’t this chunky Halloween font fun? It’s an eye-catching display font, so it’s perfect for shorter blurbs of text, like quotes or names.
This cute script font would be such a fun choice for so many Cricut Halloween projects. Picture this one on a mug, or on a fun T-shirt design.
Here’s a font with cute serifs. It has a slightly hand-drawn aesthetic, which lends itself well to a spooky, Halloween look and feel.
If you’re looking for a Halloween font with lots of stylish, hard angles, check out this fun design. It has such cute, witchy flair.
How about trying out a drip font for Cricut? This fun font is a chunky bubble font. It’s got some of that slimy look without losing a cute, family-friendly aesthetic.
This chunky font is a lot of fun. It looks as if it’s made from an old distressed sign, like something you might see in a haunted house. Give this cute Halloween font a try.
You get two options with this Halloween font: a regular version and one with drips. This can be a fun choice because you could overlay them in different colors.
This Halloween font has distressed edges and a chunky, worn feel. It might be called “gloomy”, but with the right color choices, you could push this any way you like.
Here’s a bubbly, energetic font, perfect for your Halloween projects. Try it in all caps, or mix it up with both lower and upper cases.
This font is more rigid, but still has a host of interesting, spooky shapes. It even comes with some extra dingbats that you can use in your next design.
Isn’t this font spooky? It would be right at home on an invitation or on Halloween-themed decor. This is another font download that includes extra dingbats.
This sweet, friendly font is such a fun choice for Halloween. It’s an all caps font, and it’s a perfect choice if you’re going for a casual, hand-drawn look and feel.
There’s a lot of energy in this font. Check out the stylish brushstrokes in these letters. Try this font out on different Halloween-themed projects.
How about something with a spooky, bone-like look? This could be a great fit if you’re looking for a pirate font for Cricut too. It’s perfect for Halloween.
Chunky, blocky, and a lot of fun: that sums up this Halloween font in a nutshell. Try this one out in different colors and materials to create a fun, spooky look.
A drip font for Cricut can be a really fun look to try. Fonts like these are best at larger sizes, so it’s perfect if you’re working with a limited amount of words.
Now here’s a spooky, witchy font. How about a set of T-shirts for you and your family or co-workers using this fun Halloween font? It could make for a fun holiday project.
Here is a handwriting font that’s perfect for lighthearted holiday fun. Halloween doesn’t have to be scary, especially if you’re creating Halloween crafts for little ones. Try a look like this one.
You can get plenty spooky for monsters of all ages with a fun look and feel like this one. Try out this font in different colors, materials, and textures in your next project.
This Halloween drip font looks a lot less cartoony and a lot more spooky. Looking to embrace your spookier side? Then try a font like this one out in your next Halloween project.
Love the look of an old English font, but you’re looking for something more whimsical or fantastical? Try a font like this one. It has some magical, fantasy energy.
This font draws influence from old monster movies. Isn’t it a fun look? Imagine creating Halloween invitations that look like movie posters! Wouldn’t that be a cute project idea?
This Halloween font is really bold. The curved edges really make it stand out, and it has a bit of a retro vibe. Mix up the look here with different colors. Try this one on a T-shirt design.
If you love a retro Halloween look, give this cute font a try. It has a little bit of 50s inspiration in there, but the varied edges help keep things spooky (but friendly!).
Isn’t this Halloween font cute? The pumpkin “O”s are such a fun holiday touch. It’s a wide font too, so it’s a great fit for projects with a larger surface area.
Are witches and wizards more your Halloween aesthetic? Then try out a magical font like this one. This font download could be perfect for invitations, greeting cards, and much more.
Drip fonts are synonymous with Halloween. You can easily remix this in other colors, however. Try it in pink, blue, and other fun colors to associate with sticky candy.
This font is so much fun. It includes two different fonts to try: one is the standard version, and one is the “blood” effect that you can overlay. Try it in different color combinations.
If you’re looking for a Halloween font with some fun extras, you might really like this font download. It has a collection of fun Halloween icons you can use with the font too.
Get creepy with this distressed font for Cricut. It has weathered edges and really lends itself to that spooky, Halloween look and feel. What kind of projects would you make with this one?
Get a little devious with this script, cursive font for Halloween. It has cute add-ons so you can add a “tail” to your favorite quote, saying, or message.
Check out the cute faces inside the letters of this Halloween font. This would be a great one for larger letters, like on a hoodie or some Halloween decor.
Here is a tall, spooky font that’s perfect for commanding attention. Imagine this on some signage for your haunted house or Halloween party.
This font looks like something right out of a scary movie, doesn’t it? If you’re going for that horror vibe, give a chunky font like this one a try. It would be a great choice for wearables or decor.
A fun, chunky font like this one could be perfect for a Halloween project. However, this is one of those fonts that could work for so many other fun Cricut projects too, year-round.
Talk about a swirly, decorative font! This is such a memorable, curly design. Try this one with limited amounts of type, so you can get that impact while still maintaining readability.
Looking to create a haunted, spooky look? Try a font like this, with a worn, haunted vibe. Imagine this one on invitations to your haunted house or on some fun holiday decor.
Here is a distressed font for Cricut with a creepy, eerie look. What would you create with this Halloween font? How about a “boo” on your doorway or on a throw pillow?
This blocky font is twisted and tilted. It could work great for Halloween Cricut projects, especially if you use the right colors and materials, like holiday colors.
If you love the look of a messy, brush font, try out this spooky handwriting font. There are so many stylish, rough edges, so it easily lends itself well to a Halloween theme.
Chunky serifs and variable heights make this font a fun, whimsical choice for Cricut Halloween projects. This one looks great at larger and smaller sizes too.
Looking for something with a magical look and feel, rather than spooky? Try this fantasy-themed font. It has a little bit of 50s retro aesthetic in there too.
Isn’t this Halloween font cute? This look would be right at home with a number of fun, crafty projects. What Cricut Halloween ideas would you try with this one?
A curly display font like this one can bring a lot of whimsy and fun to your projects. While this could be a great choice for a Halloween project, this font could work for projects year-round too.
Here’s a Halloween font with a different look and feel. The bold lettering is sure to attract attention. This one would be great on a sign or some outdoor Halloween decor.
Love distressed fonts for Halloween? Then this spooky, zombie font would be a really fun choice. It has edges that work really well with a Halloween theme.
If you’re looking for an old English font for Cricut with that aged style but less of the over-the-top spaces, try a font like this one. It works well in that style and could be more cut-friendly.
What Cricut Halloween Projects Will You Make?
Hopefully, these Cricut Halloween ideas and fonts have inspired you to create something fun for the holiday. There are so many fun things you can create with a Cricut machine. What will you make next?
Remember, everything shown in this article is available for download for one low price. One price gets you thousands of fonts!
Envato Elements includes all of these awesome Cricut Halloween fonts, as well as the SVGs, graphics, illustrations, and more! You can even pick up a design template for your business card or your website. It’s an amazing resource for creatives.
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