Looking to cast a creative spell? Megan here with the sweet Halloween Hooplah Shaker Kit is full of frightful inspiration. I used it to create this witchy craft.
My five-year-old loves spotting the different cuties cooking in this cauldron. The toppings in this kit include a darling assortment of Halloween-themed designs—eyeballs, candy corns, spider webs, pumpkins, and more!
I paper pieced the broom using patterns from the spooktacular paper pad in the kit. The bubbles are also part of the kit and were just right for bringing this brew to a boil.
I punched circles from patterned paper and added them to a tag, which I placed behind the glassine bag. When you pull the tag up, it looks like the cauldron is bubbling over. Well, that's what I was going for, at least. ;)
This portion of my scrapbook page would work well as a standalone item as well. If you want to give a teacher, coworker, neighbor, or someone else in your boo crew a little surprise this Halloween, I’m sure they’d love to receive it in such a treat pocket.
Of course, this potion pocket works well for journaling as well.
I loved this moment last October when my cackling friends at Gardner Village posed with my bitty witchy for a quick pic. The image cracks me up every time I see it. I’m so glad her little Witch Fit now has a place in our spell book… errr, scrapbook.
I’m sure my cute spook will love it 14 years from now when I pull this gem out to show her friends. lol What can I say? This mama has a few tricks and treats hidden up her sleeve. ;) All in good Halloween fun, of course.