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Here's and easy Home Decor project you can whip together in no time, Witches Hats!  You can go easy peasy like I did or you can go crazy and add lot's of goodies! 

I had my friend cut and help make these rosette's as I am not very good at them.  She did share a trick if you haven't made them.  Tape the back with some scotch tape and that will keep them from ripping.  I wrapped paper around the cone and glued it.  I found an x-acto knife works well here and you can hide the rough cut to the back and with ribbon.  I had made these wee witches tags awhile back, cut from All Wrapped Up and then I just popped them on.  Essentially clearing off some space on my table.

FEATHERS EVERYWHERE...BEWARE THE BOA!  Spiders adorn the hats are all from the $1 store.

I had made this tag for World Card Making Day and thought I'd pop it onto the hat! Click HERE to check out the tag.  Scroll down the post as there are 2 cards on that one when you click.

When all the hats are together they spell "BOO".  The hats I grabbed at Michaels for about $5 each. 

I tried not to get to crazy with embellishing these witches hats.  After all they will have to be stored.  I don't need pieces missing so keep that in mind when creating.  I love to add new Halloween projects to my house every year!  Thanks for popping in and if you left me a comment you're AWESOME!

Here's a little peek at my dining room in the day and at night. 

PS...Happy Dance, I rolled 1400 STALKERS!!!!  Thanks for coming back.



  1. What a BOO-tiful addition to your collection! Lucky you are not allergic to feathers!!!
    Looks like lots of wonderful details....where's the close up?

  2. AwEsOmE AWeSoMe AwESoMe !!!! Martha Caballero

  3. I love the withches hats---they are great---and I am with you-----I kinda like to add a few new things and get rid of some of the old every year.The tags look so good on the hats.
    Hugs, Anita

  4. You really go all out when you decorate for holidays!! That is amazing!! Phenomenal, Really Awesome!! TFS!! Take Care!!
    Jennie @

  5. Amazing!!! Love the hats and all of the details in each. TFS

  6. Congrats on all those followers, you deserve them all, you are one amazing crafter...And seriously...your dining room creeps me OUT!!!!
    All your hats are fabulous..tfs

  7. Great Halloween Decorations!
    Nicole, is me Gaby stopping by to let you know you won a Gift Certificate from Market Street stamps at our LUFP event!
    Thanks for linking up with us!
    Please email me your information
    at gabycreates @ gmail dot com

  8. awwww brings back memories of halloween when my ngirls were we ones..i miss all the decorating and making costumes..and my grands live in the city..thanks for sharing some memories with it all..loves ya

  9. Wow your witches hats are awesome!!!
    I so need to try one.
    Love to look at all your Halloween decor, the kids must love checking out your house....oh to heck with the kids, I would love to check out your Halloween house :)


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