Spooky Door Hanger by Amy McCabe

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Looking for a fun way to give some Halloween treats? Create a spooky door hanger. These hold about 10 of the Hershey miniatures and a gift card. These would make perfect treats for a teacher, friend or hang it on your neighbor’s door for a surprise.

SVG Collections Used

B is For Birthday SVG Kit
Midnight Jamboree SVG Kit
Party On Elm Street SVG Kit

Supplies Used

  • Adhesive
  • Patterned and Solid Papers
  • Ink Pads
  • Foam Tape
  • Sewing Machine (optional)
  • Twine
  • Button
  • Candy

Dimensions

B is For Birthday SVG Kit (Birthday Door Hanger)
hanger.svg 9.300" w x 10.000" h orange & chipboard
hanger_panel.svg 4.400" w x 9.889" h word patterned paper
box.svg 10.800" w x 6.781" h green stripe patterned paper
chevron_strip2.svg 4.500" w x 2.973" h word & orange skull patterned paper
Midnight Jamboree SVG Kit (Extras - Cat Face and Bat)
white.svg 3.023" w x 0.260" h white
black.svg 3.023" w x 2.036" h black
orange.svg 3.029" w x 2.361" h orange
green.svg 3.023" w x 0.661" h green
bat.svg - CUT 4 TIMES 1.409" w x 0.589" h black
Party On Elm Street SVG Kit (Candy Wrappers)
wrapper.svg 1.294" w x 2.675" h orange
liner.svg 1.294" w x 0.885" h green
Area for Stamp
basic shapes 2.675" w x 1.294" h white

Instructions

  1. Cut the hanger.svg. I cut mine out of orange card stock plus 1 chipboard to make it extra sturdy. Assemble by sandwiching the chip board in between the solids.
  2. Cut the hanger panel and ink the edges. I stitched mine on the sewing machine which is optional and apply.
  3. Cut the box.svg and stitch if you like. Assemble and apply to the hanger. I did not make mine flush to the bottom so I could add the bats.
  4. Cut and ink the chevron pattern, stitch if you like and apply to the box.
  5. Cut and assemble the cat files. Attach to the door hanger with foam tape. Cut the bats and apply to the hanger.
  6. Cut the rectangle and stamp the Happy Halloween sentiment.
  7. Add some twine, I used Trendy Twine and add a button, I used We R Memory Keepers.
  8. Cut the candy wrappers, layer and apply to the candy bars. For some of them I used the wrapper.svg file and did a break apart and deleted the face.
  9. Fill up your spooky door hanger and hang away!

Design Tips

Amy McCabe - SVGCuts Design Team Member

  • I used We R Memory Keepers Bewitched papers for this project. Be careful not to do too much mixing of patterns – it may look a little busy.
  • When stitching do not stitch over adhesive. It may damage your sewing machine. Don’t be afraid to stitch on papers – it’s very easy to do.

Make someone’s day by creating them a spooky door hanger. Hope you are enjoying all these fun Halloween projects!


One Response to “Spooky Door Hanger by Amy McCabe”

  1. Allie September 26, 2013 at 8:11 am #

    Great job. Love these hangers. Thanks for including the handy measurements.