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DIY Beware Halloween Banner

Ok, so this is my last Halloween post for this year. I wanted to share this DIY Beware Halloween Banner with you so you will still have time to make it before the big day arrives!

If you are anything like me, you will love using the digital printable paper you can purchase from The have so many great choices. Be sure to check them out.

I created this project in Cricut Design Space, and I cut everything out with my Cricut Maker.

You can get my free template, available in my Free Resource Library (get the password by filling out the form below).

Supplies Needed For This Project

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Cricut Maker or Explore Air 2

Standard Grip Mat

Cricut Tools

Black Cardstock

Decorative Cardstock (I bought digital printable paper from

Liquid Adhesive (I use Art Glitter Glue – there isn’t any glitter in it.)

Hot Glue Gun

Purple Bling

Black Ribbon

Putting It All Together

Isn’t the striped digital printable paper a perfect pick for this project. After gluing the striped cardstock to the black bases, I assembled the rosettes.

Then I hot glued the rosettes to the tops of banner pieces.

Next I glued on the letters and the purple bling pieces.

The Finished Banner

DIY Beware Halloween Banner

I hope you will make this DIY Beware Halloween Banner. I hung mine up yesterday and, along with my other Halloween decorations, it looks so festive.

Until next time.


P.S. If you like this tutorial, join my Facebook community where I post other free Design Space files and resources! I look forward to crafting with you!

P.S.S. If you’re thinking about getting a Cricut and you aren’t sure which one to get, this article might help you in your decision making process.  The Cricut Maker vs. The Cricut Explore Air 2.

You can get my free template, available in my Free Resource Library (get the password by filling out the form below).

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Shea

    Super super cute! I’m a huge fan of rosettes to begin with, and they look perfect on this darling banner!

    1. Thank you Shea. I love rosettes too. I think I finally figured out the right size to cut them at on my Cricut for most projects.

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