Witch Hat: You need
3 paper grocery bags
Lots of white glue
19 Gauge wire
Black spray paint
Glitter/ sequins, shiny stuff, rhinestones, whatever....
Open two bags and tape them together flat and cut out a giant circle about 1" bigger than you want the rim of the hat. My daughters was 20" across total.
flaps and fold over and glue. Then, measure you little ones head just above their hairline and draw a circle in the center of the rim part of the hat you just made. Cut the center circle across 3 times like a pizza. Leave the flaps in place.
Then, pull the "pointy" side of your cone through the inside of your rim, so all of the "pizza flaps are on the outside of the cone. Glue them down. Wrinkle and fold your hat, and bend the wire in the rim so it looks old and weathered. Let the glue dry for a couple of hours.
Now, go outside and spray the thing black! 3-4 coats of paint, letting it dry 15 min. in between layers.
I cut out a cardboard belt buckle, sprayed it black and glittered it. Then wrapped a big piece of ribbon around the hat. And, I glued black feathers along the rim. Then it was done!... So I thought. Next thing I knew, My 3 year old had bedazzled the whole thing in rhinestones! Haha! Could have done without them if it was MY hat. But, alas, it was not. The rhinestones stayed.
I just took a pair of black mary janes, and cut another triangle of the paper bag to match the top of the shoe, from one side to the other. (From the sole up and over the top of the shoe to the other side of the sole. ) Then I taped another wire on the inside of the triangle. Then, put the triangle bag over the shoe and glue (I used hot glue gun for this) where it meets the toe. Then, wrap and glue the triangle back towards the shoe so you yet a pointy spiral. Make sure it goes up rather than out so your little one doesn't trip. Now, take it out back and spray it black!
I attached a piece of stretchy cord in the back of the shoe cover, and one underneath so they stayed put. Then, I cut out another buckle and more ribbon, and they were fabulous!!!
I'm so sick of typing. Google "how to make a no sew tutu." So easy!
I accessorized with a black leotard, striped tights, and little green makeup and the dollar store, where I found the cauldron and broom. Well, we added a little to those things too.