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Want a Halloween wreath that is a little bit different? Try some witch legs! Just the legs and a bit of the skirt are all you need for a whimsical wreath that everyone is sure to enjoy. This post is sponsored by Testors however all projects and opinions are my own. You can also find a giveaway for a Cricut Maker on this post as well as more 15 minute Halloween crafts from our blog post at the bottom. Have you missed any of the Craft Lightning fun this week? If so, be sure to catch up with the posts from day 1 and day 2.
Supplies needed to make these witch legs:
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- Testors Paint (in black, green, white, and fuchsia)
- Cricut Cutting Machine (Want to see the difference between the machines? I compared the Cricut Maker and Explore here.)
- Witch legs file (click here to access in design space)
- Purple tulle
- Various ribbons
- Paint brush
- Tacky glue
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Baker’s twine
- Pouncer brush
I thought this one really deserved a video to show you exactly how to make it. Follow along below!
Can’t watch the video or missed some of the steps? Try the instructions for how to make witch legs below.
- Start by cutting five of the witch legs from some chipboard. You can click here to access the file and cut them with your Cricut. NOTE: Thicker chipboard would require less pieces.
- Use tacky glue between the layers and glue them together into a stack.
- Allow to dry. TIP: Use a heavy object or book to weigh them down while drying.
- Once dry, use Testors paint to paint your legs and shoes as shown below. Be sure to paint your edges for a finished appearance. TIP: This paint comes in metallic and matte sheen. Mix it up to really make your project stand out!
- Add a base layer of black and green, allow to dry, then use a pouncer brush to make polka dots on the legs in contrasting colors.
- Then allow everything to dry completely.
- Cut tulle and ribbon into 8 inch strips.
- Tie each strip in a knot in the center then use hot glue to secure that knot to the band across the top.
- Continue until the top is as full as you would like it.
- Then flip your project over and add some baker’s twine with some hot glue for a hanger.
- Your witch legs are complete and ready to hang on your door or anywhere else in your home.
So will you be making these adorable witch legs for your home this fall? Add that touch of whimsy to any room in just minutes!
This quick and easy Halloween project will look great in your home. With the wide variety of paint colors from Testors, you can mix this up and make it in any colors that you would like as well. What will your witch legs look like?
Now are you ready to win that Cricut Maker? I thought so!
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More quick Halloween craft ideas
I promised your more quick and easy 15 minute Halloween crafts as well. You are going to love our entries from today! Start with this easy embroidery hoop art from Crafting in the Rain. Yes that is felt cut on the Maker!
Want another option? Albion Gould also cut some felt on the Maker to make this Halloween embroidery hoop art.
You can also use your machine to make some cat ears and a trick or treat bag like these from Everyday Party Magazine.
Hosting a dinner party? Try dressing up your wine glasses for Halloween with this tutorial from Carla Schauer.
Add some spook to a serving bowl with this idea from Laura’s Crafty Life.
Even your soap pump can get into the Halloween spirit with this idea from Clarks Condensed.
Want some spooky plates for your wall? Try these from Our Crafty Mom.
I love the adhesive foils that are out now! Turn them into art for your wall like this from Dragonflies and Lillypads.
Our guest co-hostess is 100 Directions and she is sharing this adorable bat treat bag for Halloween.
Need another way to make treat bags? Try this idea from my long time co-hostess 30 Minute Crafts. She is turning scrapbook paper into cute Halloween gift tags.
Whether you make the witch legs or another of these quick Halloween crafts, you are sure to add some spice to your season with our ideas!
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