Not all Witches are from Salem!
I HEART CRAFTY THINGS: Witch Craft
Love Potion No. 9 Witches Cauldron Materials: Mini plastic jars (found at Hobby Lobby) purple Martha Stewart glitter Black satin ribbon Purple felt Decorative gems "Love Potion No. 9" tag (.50 cents Icing Designs) Lollipop stick Strip of brown card stock Hot glue gun/glue For more info: icingdesignsonline.blogspot.com Etsy icingdesigns
Icing Designs: Love Potion No. 9 Witches Cauldron
Oreo cone witches hat surprise treats! Could also make this a Christmas treat - make it a Christmas tree instead of a witches hat! Would be fun for kids to make! Fill the cones with candy corn (or other candy), put a chocolate cookie over the end of the cone, dip the edges (and even the tips if desired) of the cones in frosting then roll them in sprinkles, and you have a witches hat treat with a surprise inside!
Green Witch Cupcake To make this wicked candy witch, use a green gumdrop for a face, a piece of red gumdrop and a white sprinkle for the mouth, licorice for her hair and hat brim, and a black gumdrop molded into a triangle for the pointy witch's hat. Add two black sprinkles for the eyes, and a green mint for a nose.
Porch Pumpkin:Start with a black garden urn or planter. Place a wreath of berries or grapevine on the top edge of the wreath.Decorate the face of your pumpkin using a black Sharpie marker or paint. Be creative and give your pumpkin some real personality. Position the pumpkin on top of the wreath. Place a witches’ hat on top of your pumpkin. Secure it with T-pins or small nails if necessary.
Spooky Witch Hat Flower Arrangement: