Yep, I couldn’t resist the temptation. I just had to make the Witch Doorknob Cover. After all, it’s very easy and
But now I’ve got both a pumpkin and a witch with which (say that ten times fast) to decorate my front door this Halloween. And I can’t put the witch’s head on any of my interior doorknobs instead. My family would get very upset if they couldn’t get into the bathroom because the handle was covered with a manically grinning acrylic witch.
So one of them is going to have to be banished to the Island of Misfit Toys. But which one?
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Witchy has the same Western style tie as the Pumpkin Door Knob Cover because I’m terrible at making pompoms and I had no bells on hand. However, I gussied it up by stealing a couple of beads from my daughter’s craft box. Witchy-Poo seems pleased with her embezzled embellishments, and what my daughter doesn’t know, won’t hurt her.
Unlike the Jack o’ Lantern, there is a disturbing impaled-head-on-a-spike quality about this door knob cozy. But I really do like the jaunty orange stripe around her hat. And the threat of capital punishment might help keep Winnie-Poo, The Witch in line.
Eeny, meeny, miney, moe... should I charm Trick or Treaters with the Jaunty Jack o’ Lantern or scare them away with the Decapitated Witch’s Head?
The voting lines are now open!