Welcome to my New Blog. This blog is for sharing my crafting ideas and my cutting files that I create primarily using the Make the Cut Software and my electronic cutters which include my 18" Black Cat Cougar, a Silhouette SD, and an original Expression.

All files and information shared here is for your personal use only. Please contact me if you wish to use any items commercially, for blog contests, or to submit for magazine publication. Thank you.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Halloween - Frankenstein Head .svg file to share

Continuing to share old Halloween posts from my old blog.  Again, this one is from 2009. It is an .svg file of a Frankenstein head. This one has a new twist with it that wasn't there in the 2009 post.

Here on this sample I have added in the "whites" of the eyes with a white pen and drawn in the stitch line on his forehead and his mouth. If you have a 4shared account you can Download the Frankenstein .svg file here. If you don't have a 4shared account (and don't want to create one) I have reloaded the file into my public dropbox account for you to grab it from: download the Dropbox Frankenstein .svg file here.

The new "addition" to this post is this  "halloween treat guy" made using this head at this post on the Make the Cut Forum here. That post contains a .mtc file for this head and a couple others:


That thread on the MTC forum has a MTC file that contains not only this Frankenstein head, but also a Jack-o-lantern Head and a Witch's Head to create these "treats" with.  It also contains a link to the blog where the original idea was found which was "Stuff Your Mom Didn't Make".

You will notice in that thread that I have set the files up so that they can be cut out and paper pieced as shown in the picture above from my original post in 2009 or that can be used as a "print and cut" with MTC.  Print and Cut was not an available option for us back in 2009! I really like doing "print and cuts", especially for something like this.  As always, thanks for stopping by.  Would love to see what you create!


  1. Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Halloween post on Sep. 06, 2009. Thanks again.

  2. this is so awesome!! I keep on coveting the mini monsters cartridge and keep on trying to talk myself out of it - I think your svg might help:-)