Wicked Witch Cone Figurine

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Do you love Halloween characters? Learn to make this sweet Halloween Wicked Witch Cone Figurine to scare your friends and neighbors this season. For more creepy decor see my Halloween page. 

DIY Wicked Witch Figure, Broadway Wicked Figurine, Craft Witch

 

During our summer vacation, we went to Salem, Massachusetts to linger around take the tours and escape the heat. The history of this quaint town is so enthralling. I always find a lot of inspiration for crafts in unique locations. See my day trip to Salem Post for all the juicy details of my trip!

Looking through the gift shops I found myself drawn to some doll-like witch figurines.  When I got home I couldn’t stop thinking about them, so I decided to recreate a similar version using a foam cone! Isn’t she fabulous? Let me show how I made this elegant witch so you can have her for your own magical decor this season.

This post first appeared on the Make It: Fun® Blog where I contribute monthly posts. Stop by and see what other Halloween crafts I made this month!

Wicked Witch Cone Figurine

Supplies:

Items to make a figurine

Instructions:

Dress: Smooth out the ruffled fabric so the ruffles lay correctly. Turn the fabric upside down.

cut fabric to stretch over cone

Roll the foam cone over the fabric and trim to fit cone.wrap fabric over cone

Pin the fabric to the cone using straight pins.

glue fabric down to cone

Glue the fabric together in a single even seam down the cone. Match the ruffles on each side as you glue.

wrap fabric around top of cone like a coat

Cut the creepy fabric to 17 1/4 inch x 9 1/2 inch. Drape the fabric from the top of the foam and fold the top corners back to make a cape.

glue fabric to cone

Glue the fabric to the ruffle fabric on the cone to the top and just inside the collar.

Make the Head:

faux craft acorn

Face: Paint the acorn bottom with the lime green acrylic paint. Let it dry. Remove the wire from the floral pick and insert the square end into the bottom of the acorn. Hot glue the pick in place.

Painted acorn with lashes

Add the false eyelashes to the acorn with hot glue.

Add feather boa to witch head

Trim off a 4-5 inch section of the feather boa. Insert the pick with the acorn into the center of the boa. Poke a hole in the top of the cone and fabric, then insert the head pick.

add feathers and tulle to witch hat

Hat: Drape the yard of tulle over the front of the hat leaving it flowing down the back of the hat. Secure it with a dot of glue on left side. Add three feathers from the boa to the hat with glue. Add glue to the inside rim of the hat and fit over the top of the acorn.

Make the Hat:

how to make a witches broom

Broom: Cut raffia into 22-inch strips. Fold the raffia in half and insert the end of the branch to the center of the folded loops.

DIY witch broom with raffia

Wrap the black wire tightly around the raffia. Trim ends if they are too long,

This witch figure will be the perfect addition to your Halloween decor unless if you are a fan of the Broadway show Wicked. Then she could stay up all year!

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DIY Halloween Witch Figurine, DIY Wicked Figurine, Broadway Wicked Figure

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Check out more of my Halloween & Cone Figure Projects~

Salem Massachusetts day trip

My Day trip to Salem, MA

DIY Holiday Gnomes, how to make gnomes

DIY Holiday Gnomes

Free Halloween Printables, witch please printables

Sketchy Halloween Printables

Wicked Witch Halloween Wreath Paint a Foam Head

Wicked Witch Halloween Wreath

 

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5 Comments

  1. 3.10.17
    Lee said:

    Love this, what did you use for the base?

    • 3.10.17
      Kim said:

      Hi Lee,
      She is a foam cone figure sitting on a candle holder. Glad you liked her.
      Kim

  2. 10.28.16

    Adorable! I love the fake lashes :-)

  3. 10.27.16
    Summer said:

    Creative, creepy and cute♥

    • 10.27.16
      Kim said:

      Thanks Summer! She’s definitely interesting. Thanks for stopping by!
      Kim