Here’s what’s brewing today . . . Five bewitching Halloween crafts

These Framed Witch’s Hats by Heidi at Honeybear Lane cast their spell on me! When I saw these cute Halloween decorations, I completely changed what I was going to post today so that I could share with you Heidi’s hats. Think of the fun you could have personalizing these hats – Heidi used fabric, and you could use fleece, felt or even scrapbook paper. Pin on ribbons, beads, buttons, moons & stars, or add a spider or two. Heidi shows you exactly how to make them on her blog, right down to the striped paper.

Easy Halloween decorating

Heidi's Halloween display includes two framed witch's hats and a raven feather wreath.

Halloween witch hat decor

Heidi will even demonstrate how to make the striped paper.

In her tutorial, Heidi demonstrates how she constructed her hats from a foam cone and disc, and then covered them with fabric and Mod Podge. She even demonstrates how she striped the paper. As you’ll see on her blog Honeybear Lane, Heidi is a very talented seamstress, and you’ll want to check out her puff quilts, too.

Here are a few other ideas for a bewitching Halloween, each one with a tutorial on StyrofoamCrafts.com. Click on the photo for the tutorial.

Halloween decorating

Witch's Brew Wallhanging by Debi Schmitz

Make a witch hat wallhanging

Bewitching Witch Hat Wallhanging by Ed Smith

Halloween crafts

Punkin Zelda by Debi Schmitz

I apologize in advance for the quality of this last photo . . . But, if we’re talking about Halloween witches, how can I leave out a black cat clad in a witch’s hat?  This bewhiskered kitty is made with loopy chenille, which is like a super-sized chenille stem and super easy to use.    

Halloween chenille craft

Bewitching, Bewhiskered Halloween Centerpiece by Dondi Richardson.

Now tell us, which witch craft do you prefer?

Happy crafting!

Sharon

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2 Responses to Here’s what’s brewing today . . . Five bewitching Halloween crafts

  1. Thank you so much for your sweet post. It looks great! Love all the picks.

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