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Trio of Witch Hats with SVG Attic



Happy Friday everyone! Lisa, from In the Crafting Cave with Lisa, with you today sharing 
a trio of Witch Hats. With Halloween right around the corner I thought I would 
get started on a few items to decorate around the house. I used the Midnight Witch 
Hat from SDS Halloween Soiree Collection to create these hats. These would be perfect for 
a Witch Party!
 I'm using battery operated votives.
 Another idea for this is to make them a bit smaller and put them on a string of Halloween lights.


I tried going all out with embellishments but it just seems to be a distraction for those 
amazing star and moon cutouts.  So I followed the KISS method(keep it simple silly). And I love the way they turned out. 

Their super simple to make. I used 6x6 papers and resized the hat to fit on the paper. 
I actually cut two pieces at once by laying two pieces of 6x6 papers side by side on my mat. 
I cut three of the inside pieces at once on a 8.5"x11" piece of vellum. 
You can find more details on the supplies I used on
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Thank you for stopping by today! 
I hope your weekend is filled to the brim with craftiness!

Comments

  1. These are absolutely wonderful! What a fun and refreshing take on witch hats. Great job!

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  2. Those are VERY stunning! love the KISS method on these hats! you did an amazing job!

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    1. Thank you. When in doubt I always follow the KISS method.

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  3. AWESOME! I so love luminaries! these are just WOW!

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  4. love these cute witches hats thank you for joining the dtc challenge. hugs

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  5. WOW! these are fantastic, love them:) Thank you for joining us over at Decorate to Celebrate.
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  6. These are SPOOKtacular Lisa!!!
    I confess, I am even more inspired than normal because ... drumroll please ... I have a Silhouette on order and will soon be entering the world of electronic cutting :)

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  7. Oh my word! Super stunning project, Lisa. LOVE it!
    hugs Asha

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  8. Thanks for sharing with us at Silhouette Challenges!

    oh so fun...I might have to try this cut file,...they are super super cute!

    ♥ Sue Kment

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