Let me first give credit where credit is due. I got this idea from a web page from Dave Lowe. See the link below.
His witch of course looks much better than mine, but I don’t think it turned out too bad.
Anyway here is my list of stuff I used
Black foam board $3 (1 large one or 2 medium ones)
Witches legs from Plow and hearth $15
Green swim noodle $1
Black cheesecloth type of fabric
Spray paint – the color you want to use to match the wall you will hang this on$14 I used the expensive kind but I suspect any kind will do
Small witch’s broom
Pieces of wood – I used ¼” x 1.5 x 12” long broken into pieces about 3-6 inches long (the more broken looking the better)

Step 1: Cut Your Board

Cut an oval shape out of the foam board I made my about 20” x 28”

Use the extra leftovers to cut out angular irregular shapes.  I set them around the edge of the oval until I had enough to cover the way I liked.
<p>I like it, I think you did a great job on it. I was thinking about doing the same thing, but I like how you did yours better. </p>
Very cool, I love the pool noodle use, it's smart! thanks for sharing!
Not bad
Very creative! Thank you for sharing!
glad you liked it
That's awesome!

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