Tuesday, September 18, 2012

PUMPKIN WITCH

O.K.....I can't stand it anymore!  I just had to do a little Halloween something and then I'll get back to the rest of my fall projects!  

When my good friend Judy was here last year we made these cute little witch hats out of felt and then decorated them.  I stuck one on a small pumpkin and set it on a candle holder.  Kinda cute and creepy at the same time, no?
Whew....glad I got that out of my system!!


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39 comments:

  1. Oh how cool, glad you had fun with Judy

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  2. That is so cute and maybe just a titch creepy. Love it.

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  3. So not creepy (enough)..it's adorable. I love it!!!

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  4. That hat belongs to a very elegant witch! I better get moving on the Fall decorating so I can do some Hallowe'en. ~ Maureen

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  5. You are funny! Hope you're feeling better now. Lol! It is very cute.

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  6. Oh my gosh!!! I love this! I want oneeeeee!

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  7. Cute! I have seen, and passed by, so many of those little candle holders at GW and SA - now I need one. Good job.

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  8. I think you are using that adorable little pumpkin witch to show off your pallet shelf! How did you make the hats? They are super-cute!

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  9. Oh Danni!! It's wonderful!!!!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!!

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  10. I can see why you've been anxious. It's oh so cute and adorable!!!

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  11. I think it's really cute ~ not too creepy! Love the use of the Pallet Shelf :)

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  12. I love it Danni - so cute. We dont decorate for Autumn which is a pity.

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  13. I love it!! You're a great crafter!

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  14. So cute!
    I saw the piece about the corn maze on the local news (I'm in the Springfield area). I got all excited, lol, and was telling my daughter "Look, that's where one of my blogger friends lives!" I really hate what the drought did to the corn crop (all crops) this year.
    Sure feels like fall this morning!

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    1. Sandra.....I tried to reply to you via email, but you come up as a no-reply blogger. I didn't know I had a blogger friend living so nearby! How exciting! Do you have a blog? Do you have an email address? I does feel like fall this morning and it's so much nicer than the viscous heat of summer!

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  15. What a cute hat for a pumpkin! Great idea.

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  16. This is super cute! I love your little pumpkin witch :)

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  17. That is the cutest little witches hat ever! Love it. I need a craft day with a friend! How fun!

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  18. How stinkin' cute is that?!? Love it! Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party! Pinning!

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  19. She is awesome. What a great idea! Pinning too

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  20. So cute, Danni! Will we see more about that hat, too?!

    Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create! <3 Christina

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  21. Wow! I love this. So inventive. I saw it on Mop it up Monday.

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  22. This is so adorable. I have seen quite a few projects with pumpkins and this one is by far my favorite. Great job!

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  23. Absolutely delightful!! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    BTW... We are just south of you in NW Arkansas!

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  24. This is so stinkin' cute! How creative!! I would love for you to come link up your awesome blog to my Get Social link party that's live right now! http://alivedinhome.blogspot.com/2012/09/get-social-sunday_22.html

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  25. Love this idea. I have a wrought iron stand from a broken outdoor chimneya that I could use to do this with a large pumpkin:) I posted vintage chenille pumpkin to the party. Visit me and follow my blog:) I'm a newbie www.sewsweetvintage.com

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  26. That really is just adorable!! Thanks for linking it up to our 31 days of fright link up party!

    Ms. Morgan
    co-host

    http://msmorgansrealitycheck.blogspot.com/2012/09/31-days-of-fright.html

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