Here’s the thing. I enjoy the fall – the crisp air, the apple-picking, the pumpkins and the colorful leaves. However, I do NOT like the vampires, zombies, and rated R scariness. I HATE horror movies, so I just can’t do the dark side of Halloween. No spiders, no bugs or bats and only cute friendly witches please. So my Halloween decor is on the fun and friendly side, like this Pacman Halloween garland. I was inspired by Mini-eco’s garland, but designed my own using my Silhouette Cameo* and I’m here to share some cut files with you. Can I hear a woo-hoo?!
See, pac-man ghosts I can deal with. Big eyes and a fun round shape. I’m cool with that. And Mr. Pac-man himself? I popped a pumpkin stem on his head and gave him jack-o-lantern eyes to fit the occasion. I used white cardstock for the ghosts and gold metallic for the pumpkin pacman.
I say this is a super easy and quick craft to put together, but that’s really if you have a Silhouette Cameo to do all the heavy cutting for you. If you had to cut these babies out by hand, it might be something you want to do with a movie and a glass of wine. Maybe drink the wine towards the end, so the scissor hand doesn’t start shaking… HOWEVER, if you DO have a Silhouette Cameo, well then. A few sheets of cardstock, maybe 5 minutes, a little bam bam bam with string and tape and you’ve got yourself some cute Halloween decor!
I had one pumpkin pac-man chasing 3 ghosts, and turned the occasional ghost so that he was looking the other way. Ehh, whatever floats your story-telling boat.
Ah yes, the part you’ve been waiting for. Here’s a little something for everyone, so you don’t egg my house – the PAC-MAN Halloween templates in PDF, SVG and .studio. Reminder: These cut files are for your personal use only. Please do not redistribute them for commercial purposes.
What do you think? Isn’t it the cutest thing?
What type of Halloween do you celebrate, if you celebrate? Scary or fun? Blood and gore or cute and friendly?
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I created One Dog Woof as a place for me to share tidbits of inspiration for anyone with a do-it-yourself attitude, filled with colorful crochet patterns and creative ideas for joyful living.
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