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Witch Shoe…Shape with cardboard & aluminum foil… Hold with tape… Cover with phonebook paper… Paint black… Cover with glitter… Add a buckle.

Witch Shoe…Shape with cardboard & aluminum foil… Hold with tape… Cover with phonebook paper… Paint black… Cover with glitter… Add a buckle. Could do similar for elf shoes for Christmas, just use ballet flats.

How to Make Pointy Toe Witch Shoes  HalloweenTutu.com

How to Make Pointy Toe Witch Shoes Shoes with kitten heels Duck tape News paper or phone book pages Glue mixture of glue and water – or flour and water which I use.

How to Make Amazing Witch Shoes For Sweets and Treets. Click for tutorial…

Do you want to surprise your family and friends this Halloween? How about a pair of cool witch shoes to place candy? Simply make some modifi

Witchy witch shoes for little girl at halloween or ANYtime !

Drab to Fab - old adult female shoe tips glued onto old little girls' shoe = great new new for clown or witch or some dress-up! when the girlie want's to be a witch for halloween! Must have the pointed shoes!

Cool Blue Witch – Witch Hat

Cool Blue Witch – Witch Hat

Be a cool and fresh witch this year in this cream colored hat dressed up in shades of blue and green.(top of hat looks wrapped)

DIY Glittered Witch Shoe --how to make a   witch shoe for any purpose

31 Spooky Halloween Witch Craft Ideas

How to Make a Hanging Branch Centerpiece for Halloween

How to Make a Hanging Branch Centerpiece for Halloween

Hanging felt bats on a dry twisted branch makes the perfect Halloween centerpiece.or leave it out year round because bats are awesome.

Spiderweb Witch Costume - Black & Orange Corset Dress with Tulle Skirt, Spiderwebs, Gloves and Hat

Beautiful spiderweb witch costume: black and orange corset dress with tulle skirt, spiderwebs, gloves, and hat.

Cut eye in your toilet paper roles and add a glow stick in them. Set them in your bushes on Halloween for spooky eyes! From Today's Every Mom.

Halloween decoration DIY Glowing Eyes: Save finished toilet paper rolls, cut eyes into them. Put glow sticks in the toilet paper rolls. Place the rolls into your hedge, trees or bushes at night. Watch people freak out as they pass your lawn.

Become the Most Evil Sea Sorceress With This DIY Ursula Costume | Brit + Co

Become the Most Evil Sea Sorceress With This DIY Ursula Costume

Makeup - Become the Most Evil Sea Sorceress With This DIY Ursula Costume via Brit Co - Makeup Products

This 3D wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips. In addition to what's already in your makeup kit, you'll need a nontoxic glue stick ($1 for two). Cut off a small segment of the adhesive with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.

10 Halloween Makeup Hacks That Will Save You Major Money

This wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips.Cut off a small segment of the glue stick with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.

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