Who’s favorite Halloween movie is The Nightmare Before Christmas? If it’s yours, this DIY Oogie Boogie Man Window Decor is a must have!

I am going all out this year with Halloween Decor and, as to not annoy the neighbors too much, I am slowly decorating the outside of my home. This Oogie Boogie Man Window Decor made with the Cricut is what spooky dreams are made of!

To make this window decor, follow along below and get access to this free Cricut project.

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Get the Project:

My Cricut Explore Air 2 has been an absolute joy to have while making all sorts of Halloween Decor this year. The Cricut has its own program called Cricut Design Space where you can make projects others have created or make your very own projects. Here, I have created an easy Oogie Boogie Man Window display for everyone to use.

To get the free project, click the button below. This will open my Oogie Boogie Man Cricut Design Space project so you can begin making it yourself.

*Note: This only works if you have Cricut Design Space. When opening this link, it helps to have Cricut Design Space open. Please be patient. After clicking the button a page will open in your web browser, click open. It can take a moment to load.

How to Assemble your Project:

In order for this Project to work with the Cricut Machine, I had to make it cut into separate pieces. Once you have cut out all the pieces you will want to line them up to attach them together. I just used plain scotch tape for this since it would be on the back of the project.

  1. Cut out your Project onto Plain Black Cardstock or material of your choice. You could also use a removable vinyl if you are good at applying large sections of it! I am not, so I stayed clear haha.

2. Lay out your pieces lining them up exactly like the picture of the finished product in Cricut Design Space.

3. Tape them together into one piece.

4. I would suggest first cleaning your window to ensure the tape sticks well. With someone’s help, hang your window decor using some more clear tape around the edges.

I also added some leftover bats from my DIY Bat Wall Project to make it look complete.

The natural room lighting really makes the Oogie Boogie Man stand out at night but you can also add some LED or colored lights to make it pop!

All of the information about the paper bats used in this project can be found in my Bat Wall DIY post. For another DIY decor idea, check out my Harry Potter Inspired Floating Candle Decor tutorial.