Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Witch Door

I had a lot of fun decorating my front porch for Halloween
I was inspired by a photo that I saw years ago.
I wanted to put my own take on the fun idea
 of witch legs in an urn.
 I gathered my supplies: striped nylons, stuffing, 
pipe from the plumbing department, 
and some thrifted boots. 
I wrapped the pipe with the stuffing and then stuck them into the nylons. 
Once I secured the legs into the urn,  
I plopped in a huge mum and 
topped it with a witch hat held up by a stick. 

It looked real enough to scare my scaredy cat.


Cottagecheap said...

Love it! My sunporch entry doesn't allow for much fun, so seeing yours makes me smile! :D

Candin said...

That is too cute! I love the confused cat too :)

Gayle said...

How delightful!

Connie said...

The kids will love it when they trick or treating later.
So glad you are getting on with your everyday life. (It must be so hard - God bless)

Mickey said...

Super cute! Love it :)

Becky said...

So clever. Love it.

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

I love the witches legs coming out of the planter...so cute!

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