Halloween is coming and so is Harry’s Crafty Cow spook-taclar week of scares, monster makes and creepy crafts! Love Halloween? Well over the next week starting the 26th October, I will be posting my favourite selection of monster makes to bring you a very haunted Halloween! What to expect? Well here’s a sneaky extra make to kick off the week! A Wicked Witch wall hanging!

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What do I need to conjure a witch?

  • A paper plate
  • Black tissue paper
  • other coloured tissue paper for hair and hat rim (your choice)
  • Green paint
  • A paint brush
  • A black felt tip pen or sharpie marker
  • A glue stick
  • Scissors
  • White paper or card
  • black paper

LET’S BREW SISTERS! WITCH AT WORK!

  1. Paint your paper plate that gross green or any other witchy colour you love! Orange would look very witchy!
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2. While your plate is drying we’ll work on our witch hat. Take the black paper and cut out a witch hat shape as shown below.

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3. Grab the tissue paper you chose for hair and cut into long strips.

4. On the back of the hat glue the hair to the hat, making sure to leave a parting of the hair so the witch can peek through at you!

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5. Add a colour rim to your hat to give it more detailed.

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6. Set aside the hat to dry. Take your black tissue paper and as before cut them into strips. This will be your witch cloak.

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7. If your plate is dry, turn it over and glue the strips to the bottom as shown.

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8. Turn the plate over and glue the hat to the plate.

9. On the white paper draw around something with a circular base or draw a circle. This will be your witch eyes.

10. Cut out the circles, and glue to your plate. Draw on a face and add pupils.

11. Add a bit of string or wall to the tip of the hat so can be hung up.

A spooky preview

Do you like the witch wall hanger? Are you thirsty for more?

Here’s a sneaky peek at some of the ghastly crafts coming over the next week of posts! Have a horrible half term getting messy with the monsters! Crafts and creations for every ghoul.

Starting Monday!

More!

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