Loraine loves arts and crafts and used to volunteer at an elementary art class. She loves sharing fun and easy craft tutorials.
For some reason kids seem to love making Halloween decorations. Do you suppose it has anything to do with the spooky, ghoulish appearance of them?
In this article we're going to focus on fun witch crafts, some of them are super easy and perfect for the kids to make. And some are crafts that are a bit more involved, and you may want to make them as Halloween decorations for your home or office.
When you are looking to make a witch craft, either for yourself or to do with kids, it's nice when the craft that you want to make also has a supplies list and the directions, or tutorials. You'll like the fun crafts that you will find here because they fit all the criteria: a picture of the witch craft, a supplies list and directions.
Go to Positively Splendid for the instructions for making the witchy legs shown above.
1. Polka Dot Witch Hat
There is a certain elegance to this Halloween piece. A nice centerpiece. Go to craftaholics anonymous for the instructions.
2. Super Cute Witch's Shoe Challenge
3. Boxwood Wreath with Witch's Shoes
I love the looks of boxwood wreaths and this one featuring witch's shoes for the Halloween season is fantastic.
4. Witch Hat
This is an outstanding Halloween witch costume that is unbelievably easy to make using black fleece for the cape and felt for the witch's hat. Find the tutorial for making this witches hat at Delia Creates.
5. Witch's Laundry Day
This would make a nice gift for a favorite child. The pattern includes a doll shape besides the clothes. Find the directions and pattern on the craftyStaci web site.
6. Spooky Witch Ornament
Display this Halloween ornament from your mantel or from a window. Readers Digest is the place you'll find the instructions.
7. Witch Button Art
This Halloween witch button art is the perfect decoration for your Halloween party. Find out how to make this project by following the directions at Spaceships and Laser Beams.
8. Brown Bag Witch
This is a terrific classroom project. The kids love to do brown bag crafts. You'll find the directions for this bag witch at DLTK.
9. Witchy Glitter Shoes
If you don't have unused heels in your closet, you can buy them cheaply at garage sales or thrift stores. This is really an outstanding project. For the instructions, go to Rich and Edi.
10. Witch's Shoe Favor
I love this shoe craft. It's a cute Halloween favor, but can you see it also as a wedding shower or girl's birthday favor? Your imagination will help you find more uses for this craft. You'll find the directions and pattern at Skip to my Lou.
11. Paper Plate Halloween Art
I can just hear the kids' giggles when they do this craft. Find the directions at I Heart Crafty Things.
12. Witch Legs Pillow
So cute and this pillow would make a great gift also. Go to favecrafts for the instructions.
13. Marshmallow Witches
Okay, so this isn't exactly a craft...it's eatable, but these witches would be fun to make as well as eat. Go to Taste of Home to see how they are made.
14. Halloween Witch Puppet
Puppets are always a winner with the kids and this witch hand puppet is just right for Halloween party activities.
15. Sparkly Witch Broom
The directions for making this broom can be found at The Rehomesteaders.
16. Upcycled Vintage Light
I'm impressed! This upcycled vintage light featuring a flying witch and lighted by a battery operated candle, is perfect for Halloween.
17. Light Bulb Witch
A great way to reuse burned out light bulbs. Get out your craft paints make one of these witches by finding the instructions at AllFreeCrafts.
18. Tea Light Witch Magnet
A tea light witch magnet is super fun to make and inexpensive, so you can make lots of them to give to friends.
19. Witch Candy Holder
Make the head alone or make the complete head and body candy holder. A very cute Halloween treat holder whose directions can be found at DLTK.
20. Pine Cone Witches
This is really an inexpensive Halloween project, especially if you have a lot of pine cones in your back yard. Momtastic DIY is the place to find the instructions. The kids will really enjoy making this craft.
21. How to Make a Peg Witch
Find out how to make witches like the ones shown above by going to the Lia Griffith site. This project is a lot of fun to make and display.
22. Boot-a-licious Halloween Boots
This would be a great indoor or outdoor Halloween decoration. You'll find the directions at eighteen25.
23. Paper Witch on Broom
Print out the pattern pieces and then cut the pieces out in any colors that you choose. For the patterns go to craftideas.info.
24. Glittered Witch Shoe Candy Dishes
Every project that I see, that has witch shoes as a theme, is just enough different that I feel I need to add it here. I love these spider shoes, although I don't love spiders. You'll find the tutorial for making these sparkly spider shoes at instructables .
25. Crashed Witch in a Planter
A unique use for a pool noodle makes this an outstanding crashed witch planter Halloween decoration.
26. Witch's Hat Night Lights
This is a great Halloween decoration that has it's directions at Polka Dot Chair.
27. $5. Halloween Witch
Find the instructions for making this witch at So Festive. The kids will love making these.
28. Spooky Welcome Mat
Your guests may just have second thoughts about visiting your home with this Welcome mat. You'll find the instructions for this interesting mat at Parents. Number 3 in the slideshow.
29. Spoon Witch
Here is a really easy witch craft for the kids to make. Find the directions at CATHIE FILIAN and make this a family night for Halloween decorating crafts.
30. Make a Witches Trash Bag Tutu
31. How to Make a Mini Witch Hat
© 2012 Loraine Brummer
Does your Halloween include witches? - or leave a comment.
aaxiaa lm on April 26, 2014:
This should be great for a carnival that's coming soon in my country!
rebeccay104 on October 08, 2013:
loved this- great round up!
Anja Toetenel from The Hague, the Netherlands on September 06, 2013:
These witches all look very cute, great ideas, very creative. Happy Halloween!
Riesling on October 16, 2012:
Very funny, these spooky welcome mat.