This time last year, I was challenged to create a Fall Decor DIY video featuring my Cricut and I thought long and hard about what I wanted to do. I wanted it to be unique and something I was genuinely excited about. I chose to feature the best craft blanks I could find at Dollar Tree and share how I turned them into high-end decor.

A year later, and I’m still loving doing these videos. I have one for Christmas, patriotic decor, Spring and Easter, and I just did one focusing on easy teacher gifts. I’m so excited to be sharing 20 more Fall Dollar Tree DIYs that you can create with your vinyl cutting machine.

Check out the sneak peek of the finished projects below, and keep scrolling to watch the full video and then download my free cut files.


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Cricut (or other vinyl cutting machine) – I have the Maker 3
Standard Grip Mat
Expressions Vinyl Paper Transfer Tape
Expressions Vinyl Clear Transfer Tape
Expressions Vinyl Matte Vinyl (what I like to use for signs)
ModPodge for Sealing




Click the link below to access my free downloads. Please note, the files are exclusives to Whiskey & Whit email subscribers. Not subscribed, yet? Simply enter your email to join the club and start downloading!



  1. Mary Mattson says:

    Hey Whirney!
    Love your channel. You’re one of my favorite crafters. Your projects are always brilliant and gorgeous. Trying to get your downloads and it keeps saying my email is invalid. Bummer.

    1. Mine did the same but when it entered there was a blank space at end of email. Once I moved it over next to end of email address it worked. Hope this helps!

  2. Everything in this video looks so great and so high-end. I can’t believe how much a little paint and vinyl can do to something. I love the more modern feel of those 2 tone pumpkins/leaves. Thank you so much for your constant inspiration.

  3. I love watching you make stunning DIY’s Thank you so much for the the cut files. Have a blessed weekend.

  4. Heather Bates says:

    Thank you, Whitney!!

    1. Hi Whitney! Can you please help me I have enter my email and name several times but nothing is happening and I really would love to download the free files. Thank you

      1. Hi there, please check your email for a link to access the free files. Thanks! Whitney

  5. I love everything you do. Your downloads aren’t working for some reason.

    1. Hi Jean, please check your email for the download link to the files. Thanks!

  6. Stephanie Lee says:

    Thank you! All your crafts are amazing!

  7. Did you share the Locally grown pumpkins svg? Thank you for the other cut files!

    1. Yes, it’s in the folder labeled “arrow signs.”

  8. Joyce A Beilman says:

    Thanks! Love these. You are so talented.

  9. Wendy Real says:

    Hi Whitney!

    Thanks for all you do! I love watching your channel!!!! Everything you make is amazing! I signed up to be an “insider,” but the link to the fall Cricut download doesn’t seem to work for me.. 😢 any advice?


    1. Hi Wendy!

      I just resent the link via email to all subscribers to ensure you can access the files. Thanks! – Whitney

  10. Found your youtube videos and just love them! Thank you for all the great ideas — they don’t look cheap or cheesy! Keep up the good work!

  11. Hermine Crump Jones says:

    love everything

  12. whitney – these are great but why are they not in svg format?
    I tried to download the cricket blank fall cut files – and they are all png

    1. Hey Heidi, You can upload the PNG files and use them just like SVG files in Design Space with no issue. Just an FYI, there’s a lot that goes into converting them to a different file format and that just isn’t feasible when I offer SO MANY designs for free on a weekly basis. I would need to charge for those in that case vs sharing them for free. If you must have them as an SVG, you can use the site and convert them yourself. But again they work just fine in that file type. Thanks for watching!

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