Sweet Candy Witches

Hi All!  This is easy-peasy, quick and cute.  

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Supplies

1.  Small Hats:  These are from Joann's, $1.58 for a pack of 6

2.  Small Matching Pairs of Tootsie Rolls

3.  Licorice

4.  Tootsie Pops

5.  Halloween-ish Ribbon

6.  Raisin, Hot Tamales or Dot Boxes

Not picture:  A Glue Gun and Steak Knife or something sharp to make a small holes

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 Snip about 1 1/2 inches from the Tootsie Pop Stick.  Make a little hole on the top of one of the boxes with a sharp knife and insert the Lollipop.

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Use the glue gun to attach small tootsie pop "arms"

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And "legs"

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Dab glue around the inside rim of the hat and quickly attach it to the lollipop

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Tie a piece of riboon (approximately 5 inches) around the top of the lollipop stick

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Make cuts into the licorice about a fourth of the way up.  This will be the witch's broom

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Here are the "straw" parts of the broom.  Glue the licorice on the witch.

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Cackle Cackle

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Double Double

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Toil and…

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Trouble!

Now you probably won't want to eat this candy after witchy-fying it.  J

Linking up to these frighteningly fun parties.

Malia

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Comments

  1. says

    Cute!
    I knew I should have bought those cute hats at Joann’s when I saw them. I had them in my hand and put them back because I am trying not to stockpile supplies. I should have known better!
    Thanks for sharing such a cute project!

  2. says

    hi.
    i found your blog through Embellishing Life’s linky party. and i have to tell you: I. LOVE. YOUR. BLOG. you have filled it with the cutest ideas including the candy witches… how cute is that idea! now i am your newest follower!!!
    angel

  3. says

    That is SO cute Malia! Great idea! Got your email this morning. Sorry I’ve been MIA. I got really sick over the weekend with a bad bout with the flu. Still not 100% and takin’ it easy, so while I don’t think I’ll be able to run out and get all the stuff I’d need for this. I’ll def. keep in mind for next year:)

  4. says

    Hi Malia, Thanks so much for sharing this adorable project on Craft Schooling Sunday. I’ve actually been wanting to do something similar for Purim….maybe this year now that you’ve inspired me! All the best, Sara

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