A Roundup of Bewitching Halloween Projects

One of my favorite things about Halloween is the witches! Some people like the lovely side of Halloween like the good ole jack-o’-lantern and friendly ghosts, while others enjoy the spookier side of the holiday. But I feel that witches can really go either way! There are good witches, bad witches, and even mysterious ones. So in lieu of Halloween and my favored part of the holiday I decided to roundup some of my favorite witch projects.

 

(Artwork by Beth Ervin)

1) Hocus Pocus

You can’t wish family and close friends a proper “Happy Halloween” without a handmade card! The combination of lime green card stock, doilies, and the “Hocus Pocus” and witch stamps makes this Halloween card one of my favorite, although there are so many to choose from inside the Summer 2018 Issue of The Stampers’ Sampler.

 

2) The Good Witch Project

This project creates a great vintage, yet Halloween-themed container to store either candy or a Halloween gift for a special someone. In the shape of a handy tote bag, this project is actually made from an old recycled box, making it that much sturdier to store candy or a wonderful present. View project.

 

(Artwork by LeeAnn Kress)

3) Witches’ Tea Party

You are cordially invited to a witches’ tea party! Meet Penelope (right) and Juniper (left), these two lovely witches love to set up tea parties and they have wickedly good tea. These witches were later added to LeeAnn’s Bitter Sweets collection, featured in the Autumn 2017 Issue of Art Doll Quarterly. This is where the artist contributed the technique that she used to create these witches. However, Penelope and Juniper are shown in the Autumn 2018 Issue of Art Doll Quarterly, where LeeAnn shares the process for creating the tea party settings, including the linens, banner, tea set, and treats. Halloween is the best time to create this enchanting detailed project for any of your witch dolls!

 

(Artwork by Trudy Honeycutt)

4) A Mysterious Witch

In a faraway land there once lived a mysterious witch that went by the name of Hagatha Crystal. Not much was known about Hagatha the witch as she was seldom seen out. For the most part, she was unapproachable, except when the other villagers depended on her to help solve the latest mysteries in town. This helpful little witch is featured in the Autumn 2018 Issue of Prims and makes a fun Halloween-themed primitive.

 

(Artwork by Janice Martin)

5) A Witch’s Stool

Janice is a big Halloween fan so when she discovered this old milking stool in her parents’ rural Oregon barn she transformed it into this witchy Halloween décor. Create a similar one to add a magical touch to your Halloween party or to your home for trick-or-treaters to admire. See the tutorial inside the 2015 Issue of Somerset Holidays & Celebrations.

 

(Artwork by Georgiann Carlson)

6) The Witch’s Travel Kit

Designed for the modern witch-on-the-go this travel kit contains all the necessities. This project uses fun elements like stamps, gems, tarot cards, and spells! This project can add a special touch to your witch costume this year or make a thoughtful Halloween gift for the charming witch in your life! Featured inside the 2010 Issue of Somerset Holidays & Celebrations.

 

I hope you have enjoyed this round up of bewitching projects. Don’t forget to head to https://stampington.com/halloween-projects for more Halloween-inspired ideas!

Do you have any fun witch-themed projects? Share your ideas in the comments below!

 


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One of my favorite things about Halloween is the witches! Some people like the lovely side of Halloween like the good ole jack-o’-lantern and friendly ghosts, while others enjoy the spookier side of the holiday. But I feel that witches can really go either way! There are good witches, bad witches, and even mysterious ones. So in lieu of Halloween and my favored part of the holiday I decided to roundup some of my favorite witch projects.

 

(Artwork by Beth Ervin)

1) Hocus Pocus

You can’t wish family and close friends a proper “Happy Halloween” without a handmade card! The combination of lime green card stock, doilies, and the “Hocus Pocus” and witch stamps makes this Halloween card one of my favorite, although there are so many to choose from inside the Summer 2018 Issue of The Stampers’ Sampler.

 

2) The Good Witch Project

This project creates a great vintage, yet Halloween-themed container to store either candy or a Halloween gift for a special someone. In the shape of a handy tote bag, this project is actually made from an old recycled box, making it that much sturdier to store candy or a wonderful present. View project.

 

(Artwork by LeeAnn Kress)

3) Witches’ Tea Party

You are cordially invited to a witches’ tea party! Meet Penelope (right) and Juniper (left), these two lovely witches love to set up tea parties and they have wickedly good tea. These witches were later added to LeeAnn’s Bitter Sweets collection, featured in the Autumn 2017 Issue of Art Doll Quarterly. This is where the artist contributed the technique that she used to create these witches. However, Penelope and Juniper are shown in the Autumn 2018 Issue of Art Doll Quarterly, where LeeAnn shares the process for creating the tea party settings, including the linens, banner, tea set, and treats. Halloween is the best time to create this enchanting detailed project for any of your witch dolls!

 

(Artwork by Trudy Honeycutt)

4) A Mysterious Witch

In a faraway land there once lived a mysterious witch that went by the name of Hagatha Crystal. Not much was known about Hagatha the witch as she was seldom seen out. For the most part, she was unapproachable, except when the other villagers depended on her to help solve the latest mysteries in town. This helpful little witch is featured in the Autumn 2018 Issue of Prims and makes a fun Halloween-themed primitive.

 

(Artwork by Janice Martin)

5) A Witch’s Stool

Janice is a big Halloween fan so when she discovered this old milking stool in her parents’ rural Oregon barn she transformed it into this witchy Halloween décor. Create a similar one to add a magical touch to your Halloween party or to your home for trick-or-treaters to admire. See the tutorial inside the 2015 Issue of Somerset Holidays & Celebrations.

 

(Artwork by Georgiann Carlson)

6) The Witch’s Travel Kit

Designed for the modern witch-on-the-go this travel kit contains all the necessities. This project uses fun elements like stamps, gems, tarot cards, and spells! This project can add a special touch to your witch costume this year or make a thoughtful Halloween gift for the charming witch in your life! Featured inside the 2010 Issue of Somerset Holidays & Celebrations.

 

I hope you have enjoyed this round up of bewitching projects. Don’t forget to head to https://stampington.com/halloween-projects for more Halloween-inspired ideas!

Do you have any fun witch-themed projects? Share your ideas in the comments below!