Vampire Costumes SVG Bundle
Vampire Costumes SVG Bundle
Vampire Costumes SVG Bundle
Vampire Costumes SVG Bundle
Vampire Costumes SVG Bundle
Vampire Costumes SVG Bundle
Vampire Costumes SVG Bundle
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Vampire Costumes SVG Bundle

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Vampires often look just like regular people. That's why it's so easy to turn someone into one. At least with minidolls.

Included in the Vampire Costumes Bundle are SVG cut file patterns with which any mini- or microdoll can become a vampire. The patterns are designed to work with a digital cutting machine (Cricut, Silhouette, ScanNCut) and to fit LEGO minidolls.

The Vampire Cloak consists out of two parts: the cloak itself and the collar. You can put them onto the minidoll together or individually. For a more dramatic effect, cut out the pattern out of two contrasting colors and use them as the inner and outer layer respectively. Extra points if you make one of them shiny.

The Small Vampire Cloak is for microdolls only. Because the little ones deserve a vampirey costume too. You can combine it with the Vampire Cloak collar, if you feel so inclined, and use the layers trick as well. With a bit of color matching, you can create a happy little family of bloodsuckers.

The Bat Belt attaches to a minidoll at the waist. It's ridiculously huge which is simultaneously his greatest advantage and worst flaw. No gadgets included.

The Bat Bow Tie can be worn by minidolls and microdolls alike. It's the same extreme size as the Bat Belt, so wear them together at your own risk.

 

Other materials you’ll need include a cutter (Cricut, Silhouette, ScanNCut, or other), paper*, customization supplies (optional), and minidolls.
* patterns turn out best with a 120 gsm thick paper, but it’s perfectly fine to use other paper qualities

Important! While preparing your cut, do not resize the patterns. If you do, they won't fit the minidolls anymore. 

You can put the cut out apparel directly onto your minidolls, or you can customize it first. I like to give them a cartoony vibe by painting a border and tiny details. And adding glitter is never a fail.

 

This is a digital product. You will be able to download it as soon as your order is completed and unzipping it will give you access to the patterns.

All of these patterns are also included in the super bundle Creepy Costumes SVG.

 

If you'd prefer to print the patterns out and cut them by hand, take a look at the printable patterns Creepy Costumes PDF.


For more inspiration on what you can do with this pattern browse the Project Ideas or search for the #CraftyDressify on social media.