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.