Friday, October 14, 2016

New Halloween decoration

Halloween is almost upon us.  As a mother, this was always a fun time of year for my children and I.  When they got older, they would go to a local vintage shop and buy pieces of clothing that they would work into a costume.  They would start with an idea of what they wanted to go as and then work on these projects after school for at least a month before hand.

I was recently asked to make a bookmark that looked like the "wicked witch of the west" and one that looked like Glinda the good witch.

I  have got the wicked witch of the west done for anyone who would like a special gift for a Halloween party or a Halloween decoration that no one else has.

She would look wonderful in a Halloween wreath or wall decoration.  She can be found at AndersonsCreations on Etsy.  I like how she came out.  The pattern is not available yet. I am currently working on Glinda.
I already had made many of the characters of the wizard of Oz.  I live in Kansas and these seemed like fun reading characters for my shop.
If you would like this bookmark already made for you, you will find it in my Etsy shop.  The thread crochet pattern to make you own can be found here on Etsy or click the "buy now" button on the right.  I also have the pattern in my LoveCrochet shop
 Here is a link to the actual bookmark already made for you in my Etsy shop.  If you would like to make this thread crochet pattern, use the "buy now" button at the right or it can be found at Lovecrochet and on Craftsy.

 This is my version of the Scarecrow that I have made for you in AndersonsCreations on Etsy.  The pattern to make your own is available from the button on the right or at Craftsy or Lovecrochet.
My Tin Man bookmark can be found at Etsy.  If you would like to make this pattern for yourself, use the "buy now" button or, if you would rather, it is available at Lovecrochet or on Craftsy.
All four patterns can be bought at once at my Etsy shop for a reduce price if you would like to make them all.
Halloween is a fun time of year for kids of all ages don't you think?