Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

DIY witch hat Halloween garland

Wood, circles, foam cones, and color, the cutest Halloween garland ever! It’s from the little witch hats. Fun for children also.
Halloween is just around the corner! To decorate, you are looking for a unique, slightly spooky way your mantel or shelves this fall? I’ve got a cute idea for you that is easy to make using a little decoupage, black paint, foam cones and, of course, black-glitter!
Let me show you how I fly one of these fun and festive DIY Halloween witch hat garland.
I love how it looks against my white shelves in my kitchen. With a couple of white pumpkins, I have a simple but slightly whimsical, display for the holidays.

DIY witch hat Halloween garland
Supplies used:

6 small foam cone
6 small wooden circles
Black Tinker and paint
Black glitter
Mod hodgepodge gloss
decorative craft paper
Orange washi tape or ribbon
Orange colored embroidery yarn or thin ribbon
Thin wire
scissors
pencil
brushes
bamboo skewer (or other sharp, pointed tool)


instructions:

you Paint the cones with the foam and wood circles with 1-2 coats of black craft paint. Allow the paint to dry.
With their wooden circles as a template, trace and cut craft circle shapes out of the paper. A layer of Mod smorgasbord on one side of the wooden shapes and press the paper circle on the surface of the wood.
Smooth out any bubbles as the glue dries. To seal another layer of Mod hodgepodge apply over the top of the paper down.

brush a layer of Mod smorgasbord on the foam, sprinkle cones, and with a coat of black glitter. Allow to seal that to dry and then apply another layer of decoupage over the Shine down.
If you want a band on your hats, then wrap yarn, ribbon or washi tape around the base of the cone and secure decoupage the cone with a layer.
brush a liberal amount of Mod-smorgasbord on the center of the wooden circle (on the side without paper). Press the glittered cone shape down onto the glue and allow to dry.

you Take your skewer and poke a hole in the top of each witches hat. You can create a needle with a piece of wire and thread the embroidery floss or ribbon through the holes. Tie the floss loosely, after you run it through everyone has, before you add the next.
Hang your Halloween garland and you will enjoy this Christmas season!

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