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Craft Project - Friendly Little Witch
by Wen Zientek-Sico

Friendly Little WitchComing up with names is the hardest part of doing these projects - and this cute decoration definitely deserves a better name than this! She is quick and easy to make - and is inexpensive as well. You can make a scary little witch if desired and can make her even spookier by putting a pumpkin light or small flashlight in the bottom bowl to make her glow.

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Friendly Little Witch

Friendly Little Witch

Newspaper

6 inch rose or ivy bowl

3 1/2 inch rose or ivy bowl

Pencil

Purple acrylic paint

Black acrylic paint

Green acrylic paint

Red acrylic paint

Large paint brush

Small paint brush

Glue gun or tacky glue

2 1/2 inch googly eyes or white acrylic paint

6 inch felt witch hat

Cover your work surface thoroughly with newspaper. Paint the larger bowl purple, and set aside.Friendly Witch Pieces Using the pencil, draw a rough hairline for the witch on the smaller bowl, using the photos as a referene. Remember that the top of the witch's head will be the bottom of the bowl. Paint the hair area black and the face green. Let the paint dry thoroughly and add a second coat if needed. If you are planning on illuminating the witch, it will glow more if you only use one coat. Once the paint is dry, glue on the googly eyes and hat and assemble the witch as shown in the photos.

Project Developed and Photographed by Wen Zientek-Sico.



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