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How do you make witch-themed decorations?

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To make witch-themed decorations, print images of a broom-riding witch and flying bats, cut out the pictures, trace on a black poster board, and place them on the wall, suggests Better Homes and Gardens. Decorate the fireplace by displaying a pair of witch stockings with shoes sewn to the socks.

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To create a realistic witch-stocking decoration for the fireplace, immerse striped stocks in black tea, and allow them to dry. Add patches to the socks by cutting black felt into square shapes and sewing them onto the socks. Put fiberfill inside the socks, and slip them into black shoes suited for a witch costume. Attach the shoes and socks by sewing them with an embroidery thread and tapestry needle. Finally, make the legs appear to be dangling by taping the socks to the firebox with duct tape.

To make a witch hatcheck stand, print claim-check tags and a hatcheck sign, cut them out, and put the hatcheck sign in a black frame. Use safety pins to fasten the claim-check tags, and place the sign and hats on a freestanding coat rack or metal gate near the entryway.

Another witch-themed decoration is a pair of witch legs that looks like it landed on the front porch. Create the decoration by putting on buckled shoes and striped stockings on bendable mannequin legs, and position the legs upturned in a moss-filled urn.

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