Super Cute Witch Decor (Halloween Crafts)


Make lovely scary Toilet Roll Halloween Crafts, witches, ghosts, Frankenstein, and more! Today we are sharing toilet roll Halloween crafts ideas by making a Cute Witch Decor for kids.

Simply paint or wrap the paper around cardboard tubing and decorate! Alternatively, you can simply wrap pieces of paper into tubes or use paper towels.

Let’s turn an ordinary roll into awesome art. That would really inspire your children and enhance their crafting skills as well. Without further ado, let’s get straight into it.

Cute Witch Decor

This sweet little witch is a fun and easy-to-do Halloween art with kids.

Some supervision is required when handling sharp objects like scissors and hot glue guns. So if you want to connect with your kids while preparing for the Halloween season, then this is definitely for you!

Toilet Roll Halloween Crafts

What you need

  • a piece of toilet paper roll
  • a piece of green and black construction paper
  • 2 pcs. small googly eyes
  • a roll of orange yarn
  • a pair of scissors
  • hot glue
  • a permanent pen

Instructions (step by step)

Cut out a rectangle in the green construction paper. The width must be 5 to 7 centimeters minimum.

Wrap the green rectangle on one side of the toilet paper roll. Make a tight zigzag of thread on the upper edge of the green area of the toilet paper roll. The zigzag must be at least 1 cm wide and the zigzag must be at least 3-4 cm long.

Cut the curves in a zigzag line. This will be the topmost part of the hair or the fringe of the witch.

Stick four to five long strands of yarn at both ends of the fringe.

It will be the main head of the witch.

Glue the pair of small globular eyes right under the bangs of the witch.

Draw a long nose directly under the eyes using a permanent black marker. Draw other details like the mouth or you can also put some buttons or whatever might make the witch ugly. It all comes down to you.

Cut 3 stripes of black construction paper. Their width must be at least 3 centimeters. Make several parallel sections of 2 centimeters on the black stripes.

Wrap the black tape of cuts around the toilet paper roll.

Roll up each small piece of black paper using the ends of the permanent pen.

Continue to cover the second and third layers of the witch’s body.

Wrap the remaining little strips on the second and last layer of the top.

Make a pylon from black construction paper. That’ll be the witch’s hat.

Cut the bottom of the cone paper and make sure that the widest tip would match the diameter of the toilet paper roll.

Cut the bottom of the broadest edge using several short straps. Fold the short stripes out.

This will take care of the witch’s hat.

Place the hat on the witch’s head and glue it.

Finally done! You can now display your pretty witch set in your bedroom or in any part of your home!

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