Kit to make a Little Witchy Girl- Hazle
These kits have complete instructions to make the basic witch, wand, and broom. Plus directions for each and every witch that I’ve made, with the girl that you have chosen to make highlighted. This way, you have info for trying something a little different if you’d like to. Each girl has hand drawn illustrations and a pattern drawn to fit a hat to her head.
You get supplies to create the girl as pictured, plus an option to do both a wand and a broom. Each kit comes with 2 tiny millinery petals to add to her shoulder blades and a larger bloom to layer over them if you’d like your witch to be a fairy too.
The photos are vintage pictures that I have edited, sized, and enhanced, then printed onto premium quality photo papers. I’ve included clear and black tiny crystals to use as buttons on the dresses or to enhance her shoes, or however you’d like to use them. The crystals are vintage new stock, not the stuff you can pick up at a local craft store. Very sparkly and from the 1930s. The silk or netting included with your gal, is taken from a wedding dress , so old that it is perfectly tattered for Halloween.
Leitha comes with vintage millinery posies personally plucked from my garden of floral hats. The other girls have very old, silk ribbon flowers from an iconic Kansas City department store, Emily Bird Thayer. It is old store stock, never used and tucked away for decades. I do not have two flowers exactly alike with this selection so, the flowers you get will be similar to, but not the same as the ones pictured.
Two sizes of chipboard circles are pre-cut for the base, and you have an option in covering them in French text from 1938, or text from a book about Edgar Allen Poe from 1904. I’ve also included card stock printed with text from an early 1900s fortune telling book if you’d prefer to use that.
You can embellish the magic wand as pictured for your sorceress, or top it with a pearl bead from a 1940s necklace or a silver star from a box of Dennison gummed stars. Heck, even the broom stick is cut from a lilac bush that was planted over 50 years ago! Can you tell I like vintage supplies?
I’ve hand illustrated the step by step instructions and added “tricks” and “treats” as tips to help you as you create your own witchy girl. (Hazle is pictured in a crystal ball in one photo, as an example of how you can use your gal)
Each stands under 5” tall when complete. Supplies you will need:
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