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Spooky Witch Halloween Porch

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I never thought of our porch as a “stage”, but after this “Spooky Witch Halloween Porch” we created I’m beginning to see it.  I could have the kids set up a booth out front by our mailbox and sell “drive-bys” for $2!  The driveway is perfect for the show because it’s a circle, so folks could enter on the one side, and exit out the other.  Okay…you know I’m joking, but honestly when we were setting this up our neighbors pulled up and told me to tell my husband not to park in his usual spot so they could drive all the way through the circle and check it out when they get home at night.  Oh, once I heard that, I had to make it good.  My teen son helped me put all of this together.  I hope you enjoy our “Spooky Witch Halloween Porch” tour…complete with free apples and spider venom pumpkin stew :mrgreen: .

If I could insert spooky organ music, blow fog onto your computer screen, and cackle like a witch, this is when it would happen…

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This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

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This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

Enter if You Dare sign from Joann’s, & black web fabric also from Joann’s.

 

This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

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I hope the witch didn’t scare you away.  I promise I am not “into” witches on a daily basis…but once in a lifetime is fun.  Trust me.

Isn’t she just adorable?  Unfortunately, I couldn’t find the exact version for you, but I did find a similar style here: WITCH.  She is hung with a wire from the ceiling that my husband screwed into her skull.  The lights and black web fabric was easily hung with a few small nails which really creates a nice back drop.  It appears that the table with the pumpkin is outside, but I actually placed that in front of the sidelight window inside our foyer.  After all, didn’t you like to look inside sidelight windows for the candy when you were little?  I’m hoping the kids will want to do that.  Oh, and I ordered the BROOM(S) and spray painted the handles black to make them look legit.  You know…like the witches just flew in on them.

Wait, did I say “witches”?  That must mean there’s more than one…

 

I figured if I’m going to do this, I better do it up right because our kids are getting really old.  Luckily they both still LOVE Halloween.  I can’t imagine where they get that from.

 

This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

 

 

I couldn’t resist ordering the Twin Witches and setting up their little spider venom pumpkin stew station was so much fun.  The more I thought about it, the cuter it became with just things I already had.  The cauldron is usually my candy bowl, and was perfect for the “stew”.  The spiders are about 15 years old believe it or not, but I found more here: SPIDERS.

In case you missed the candles a couple weeks ago, you can make those in minutes for a buck!  —-> DOLLAR STORE SPOOKY CANDLES

This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

I’m note sure who the witches have under their table, but he needs some sun.

This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

 

This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

 

This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

Wicked sign is from the dollar store (can’t get wet).

I hope I made you cackle a little.  Now it’s time for me to take a break with my new friends and go get me some spider venom juice.

 

This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

 

This DIY Spooky Witch Halloween Porch has just the right amount of spooky for all ages.

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9 Responses

  1. Nancy says:

    So you! I love the silly spookiness without gore!

    • Julie says:

      Yah, I can do without the gore. I was going to make a bleeding brain out of elbow noodles and I started thinking my readers would think I’ve lost my mind. Literally lol

  2. Becky says:

    Julie,
    Love, love, love this porch!!!❤️ As a kindred spirit for Halloween, AND a fellow Michigander, I say wicked front porch!????????????
    I too have older kids and they are the same way! I’m so happy our kids share that with us. You and your family should make a trip to Northville some weekend and check out the town’s MANY skeletons! You would love it!
    The town is really cute with some great stores and eateries and there is a great cider mill as well!
    Happt Halloween!

    • Julie says:

      Skeletons??? Ooooooo…now you got me researching. I will check it out. We go to Romeo area for cider, but I’m ready to go again, lol!

  3. Marty Oravetz says:

    Oh my word, this is totally amazing. I love it.

  4. Theresa says:

    Looks great!

  5. Absolutely LOVE it!! The witches are fantastic!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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