This budget friendly Halloween witch decoration is so easy to make and costs less than $5. Find out how to make a witch crash landing!
This funny Witch Halloween decoration is probably the easiest one to make and it’s super funny. Charlotte (5yrs) thought this was the greatest idea ever.
There are a ton of witch decorations that you can buy, but they are like $20. I’ve got 7 mouths to feed in this family, so the cheaper the better!
The end result, a funny witch who crash landed into the house that cost me less than $5 to make!
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Every year, we try to make a fun new Halloween decoration to celebrate Charlotte’s and my birthdays. Last year, we got super creative and made a pumpkin tower Halloween decoration, this funny Witch decoration, and easy floating ghosts.
In previous years, we’ve made spider magnets, ghost plate decorations, paper pumpkins, burlap button pumpkins, and leaf art. We love fun, spooky, super cheap projects!
We love to get creative with the Halloween season and we also do some fun learning activities for toddlers and preschoolers! This project was by far the easiest to make and so funny to look at everyday.
We also like to go big with our family costumes because we all go proudly to the elementary school dance and rock our socks off in our family Halloween costumes and every single kid is super impressed because we are trendy and totally THAT family. I jest, but I’m also not kidding.
Travis and I should start an epic dualing sewing machine battle competition video because he’s almost as good as I am with a needle and a Singer! Over the years, we’ve been everything from Frozen and Fantastic Beasts to Cobra Kai and Star Wars.
Budget Friendly Witch Decoration Supplies
I’ve included these links from Amazon, but you can also grab these items for super cheap at Walmart or even the Dollar Store.
I spent $2 on a hat that had hair, had black garbage bags already, and bought the broom for $0.99 at the Dollar General.
How to Make a Funny Witch Halloween Costume
Tape the black garbage bag to your house.
You’ll want to do the best you can to position the bag in the shape of a witch cape.
Layer a black hat at the top of the garbage bag.
Add a black witch hat (you can grab one of these from the Dollar Store!) and then use tinsel to make hair by hot gluing it to the base on the inside of the hat.
Finish with a broom
Add a broom across the back of the witch cape to make it look like the witch crash landed into the side of your house!
That’s it! Save some money and DIY your own witch crash landing Halloween decoration this year!
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Monday 27th of August 2018
That’s such a cute costume ! And super affordable