Free “BOO” Halloween SVG

Use this free Halloween boo SVG cut file to make a fun Halloween t-shirt or trick-or-treat tote bag. Say “BOO” with a free SVG!

Fall might be my very favorite season. I love Halloween and looking forward to the winter holidays, I love the cooler temperatures, and how there are so many fall things to do.

To get excited about Autumn and Halloween this year I thought I’d create and offer a free Halloween cut file! It works great in iron-on vinyl, HTV, or infusible ink!

Free "BOO" Halloween SVG

There’s also two fall birthdays in our family which is lots of fun. I didn’t love Fall until after I finished school and realized how great Fall actually is when you don’t worry about school and homework.

It’s so fun to get my kids excited about Fall and Halloween, so this year I decided to make my whole family Halloween shirts.

Free Boo Halloween Cut File //

It seems a little silly to make shirts that my kids will only wear for one month, but they are so excited about it, and since I did iron-on vinyl it was so easy to personalize. I am sharing a free cut file today, and I’ll be sharing the other free svg cut files soon!

I can’t wait to wear the Halloween tee all through the month of October!

Free Boo Halloween Cut File //

I created this free cursive or hand lettered “BOO” with my sister. It’s super fun and can be made at any size. I made mine big to fit on a tee I made for myself.

I made a Hey June Lane Raglan* using white cotton lycra* and ghost Halloween cotton lycra (designed by Emily of Enjoyful Makes for Raspberry Creek Fabrics). I am pretty happy with the Lane Raglan, it’s a favorite of a lot of other people so now it’s my turn to try. The first one I made came out really large, but I’m wondering if my fabric stretched out as I used it.

I just took the side seams in a little bit, and now it fits great! I do wish the neckline came in more on the sides; it’s almost more of a boat neck. Then I cut and ironed on this metallic “BOO”. I used silver metallic iron on*. Happy Halloween!

Free Boo Halloween Cut File //

What is Iron-On Vinyl or HTV?

Iron-on vinyl or heat transfer vinyl is vinyl that has glue or adhesive on the back that is activated when heated. When the iron-on vinyl is heated the glue causes the iron-on vinyl to be fused to the t-shirt. The iron-on vinyl sits on top of the fabric.

The color of the iron-on vinyl is the color it will be after being heated. The color does not change.

What is Infusible Ink?

Infusible ink is ink that is transferred by heat. It’s essentially sublimation, but it’s now accessible to hobby crafters. When infusible ink is transferred the ink is infused into the item.

Infusible ink can be purchased as an infusible ink transfer sheet and as infusible ink pens. The colors of the infusible ink transfer sheet look pale before being heated, but they are very bright once heated and transferred.

Do you love halloween SVG cut files? Check out these free options:

Click here to get the Free Halloween Cut File!​​​​​​​

Free "BOO" Halloween SVG

If you make something using this free SVG file, I’d love to see! Please share it on social media with the hashtag #heatherhandmade and tag me!

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