FREE witch sister Halloween printables

These girls are my spooky “witch sisters” and I’m giving them away to my fabulous readers! And they’re 3-D printables! So they’re really “pop” out at your guests for a bit of Halloween fun! {grin}

The cupcake pick has two parts: the face is a 2.5″ circle and the hat. I recommend a circle punch for the face, but scissors work great too. Simply print, cut/punch and adhere the face to a bamboo or lollipop stick, both available at your local grocery or craft store. For the hat, I attached it to the top of the head with a foam adhesive dot, also available at the craft store, giving it a raised effect and even allowing it to move a bit when you pick it up!

For the cupcake wrappers, just print, cut and tape. I also trimmed the top edge with scallop scissors, but they’re adorable with a straight scissor edge too! If you want the scallop you can pick up a pair of the scissors at your craft store for about $2.

I also designed these “Have a sweet, my pretty!” {in your best witch cackle} circles, perfect as cupcake picks, or to cover sweets in cupcake liners. You could hide sweet treats like these or give your guests a fright and cover creepy crawly gummy worms! {grin}

Or maybe temp your guests with my “Try one if you dare…” tags!

Join me on Facebook and DOWNLOAD all of my FREE Witch Sister Halloween Party Printables now!

Browse around while you’re here, I have tons of Halloween inspiration and DIY tutorials including another idea Parents magazine shared in early August: my DIY Monster Pedestal Jars along with my Trick or Treat Halloween Party collection.

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and more! Happy kickoff to the Halloween season everyone from The Celebration Shoppe!

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