This kitchen witch casts yummy spells on hungry Halloweeners. Mount her on your refrigerator for a spooky holiday decoration.
Roll a cone of black construction paper. Glue the seams closed with Crayola® School Glue. Tatter the open end of the cone so it resembles the frayed bottom edge of your Fridge-Watching Witch's skirt.
Use Crayola Scissors to cut two strips of black paper for the witch's arms, and glue them near the top of the cone.
Use Crayola Markers to draw your witch's face on a long strip of paper. Also draw her hands and feet. Cut them out. Glue her head onto a cardboard cylinder to support the weight of her hat. Glue all parts to the witch's body. Dry.
To make a broomstick for your witch, use a straw. Cut thin strips from a recycled brown paper bag for broom straws. Place glue around the bottom of the straw, and tie the brown paper strips to the straw with string.
Use more of the brown paper bag to create a grocery bag for your witch to hold. Glue the bag closed at the sides and bottom.
Draw your favorite foods on white paper. Cut them out and place them in the witch's shopping bag.
Bring both arms together in the front of the witch's body. Glue her hands to each other, so she can ride her broomstick and carry her groceries. Glue the filled grocery bag and the broomstick in place.
Tape your witch to the fridge for those hungry Halloween nights. (Optional: glue a magnet to your witch.)
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