Make your own Witch’s Feet Decorations
Ding Dong the Witch is dead. Remember the song from the Wizard of Oz? The image of witch’s feet with striped stockings has become a traditional Halloween image.
It has also started becoming the focus of cute Halloween decor projects too! Most of these projects require just some striped stockings, a pair of pointed black shoes from the dollar store and a couple of extra props to end up with a spooky scene.
This project is a bit more elaborate. You will need a straw wreath form, some dollar store striped socks, a feather boa and black tulle for the skirt, and bunches of other craft materials. But it sure is cute. There is not really a tutorial on the site but a just a bit of how to. The image is more for inspiration should you decide to make one yourself. See Crafty Sisters for more info.
Oh my goodness! How adorable is this? The legs of the table are wrapped in striped material and then inserted into shoes for a sweet and very effective mood setting decoration. Idea has been shared from Bubblegum and Duct Tape. See their site for more cute Halloween party ideas.
Passersby will do a double take when they see this neat Halloween decor project. They will think your house had a run-in with a witch! See the tutorial at Adventures of a Couponista.
This would make the cutest bowl for your Halloween candy. It takes a bit of work to do, but the end result is worth the time. See the tutorial from Design Dazzle at Eighteen 25.
And my final entry for witches feet is this cute fireplace idea from Party City. These would be so easy to do. Just fill black and green striped stockings with foam (even a pool noodle would do) and then stick them into black pointed shoes with a buckle attached. Prop up a broom for a spooky Halloween display.
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