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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

A whismial witch

I brought The Better homes and gardens magazine for the mad hatters tea party but then saw this

A witch and I wanted it so badly.. and no details, no sources  ... So I set about making my own with my own twist of course... I used this copyright free image..I think it was from The Graphics fairy.  

Enlarged to fit .. I did have to print the arms on another pieces of paper... black foam core ... black card stock for a witches hat and a silk flower to add some color.. the raven is from the Martha Stewart halloween range... white paint for the details on the skirt....faerie wings beacause I had to add them... No really my hands were tied ... oh okay..... A witch with wings, heck YES! 

A new whismical witch


Marsha @ Tattered Chick said...

Bewitching!!!! Love her!


Lynn Stevens said...

What a fabulous Witch! and great idea!
hugs Lynn
I'm sending you a pm

Petunia said...

Oh I saw the one in the magazine too and love it. I love yours! You just amaze me....how do you get all these projects done so fast?!! Of course she has to have wings, don't all witches? :)

Cameron said...

Wickedly wonderful....teehee!

Pellie / Penny said...

what a great witchy woman.


Celia said...

I love her!!! You did a GREAT job!! I really really really want a witch doll....the stuffed variety kind.....but I don't know how to make dolls and I don't know how to sew....I will be on the look out!

Anonymous said...

You did such a beautiful job on your creation I believe I like it better than the one in the magazine. I thought all witches had wings, don't they? They come in handy for when the broom is in the repair shop. ;-)

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