What I was a little kid, and a cloud would pass in front of the moon, my Mom always pointed and said,
“See the witch?”
So it seems kinda fitting that these paper witch treats remind me of her.
They started with this witch clip-art image that I found online.
I really dig her high-heeled shoes.
Rubber Stamps.net will take any image you upload and transfer it to a rubber stamp.
Plus, they do it in only 2 days. Ordered it on Tuesday, in my hands on Saturday.
I traced a 5 inch circle, with a vase, onto yellow construction paper.
I cut the circles out, then stamped a witch in the middle of each one.
I like that it’s not too perfect.
but a little hazy….just like the misty witch flying across the moon.
I used yellow thread, and stitched 2 of the paper circles together around 3/4ths of the outside edge.
Yes, you can stitch on paper.
Then I filled them with candy and sewed the remaining edge shut.
How great are these?
Seems kind of fitting to fill my Mother’s orange Royal Haegar pasta bowl with our candy.
It’s the one she used every year for her “Trick-or-Treat” candy.
“See the witch?”
I think everyone will agree……
…….they get even better once you rip them open.
OMG . You REALLY DID want to be Martha Stewart, and somebody beat you to her…
I really like these – so cute, and very smart. I wish we did trick or treating at my building, but alas we’re the fuddy-duddy building on my street 😦
We get tons of Trick-or-Treaters, but only about half of them wear costumes.(sad face)…BTW I didn’t know that tradition was in Canada too, I thought it was strictly American…
How cute – and love that you used your mom’s bowl. Please move to Denton and live next door to me so I can watch all your fun and unique creativity in person. #soundsabitneedyandstalkerish
Ali, you crack me up. Glad that you can share in this stuff with us…..And I’m the one that always comes off a “Creeper”