Paper Towel Roll Witch

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Get festive for Halloween with our Paper Towel Roll Witch decoration! This easy craft can be enjoyed by all ages and, best of all, the supplies are reusable! Nothing gets wasted and you can assemble the paper towel roll witch year after year.

How to Make a Paper Towel Roll Witch with a Styrofoam ball for Halloween!

Paper Towel Roll Witch

Here at Smart School House, we LOVE Halloween crafts and recipes! Perhaps you’ve seen our Tomato Cage Ghost or Toilet Paper Pumpkins. Everyone loves them! New to Smart School House is my Paper Towel Witch. I love how cute she is!

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Supplies for Paper Towel Witch

Supplies:

  1. Roll of Paper Towels
  2. Styrofoam Ball (or any round object that is similar)
  3. 2 Rolls of Ribbon: Thick and thin
  4. Black fabric
  5. 2 large sheets of black craft foam or black construction paper
  6. Hot glue
  7. Scissors
  8. Plate/circular object to trace
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How to Make a Paper Towel Roll Witch with a Styrofoam ball for Halloween!

Be sure to watch my step-by-step video in this post to see how I assembled the witch, particularly, how to make a witch hat (in the easiest way possible!). You can also find the video on my TikTok! Start the hat by tracing a circle on the foam using a round plate. On the second black foam sheet, free-hand a half-circle. This half-circle doesn’t have to be perfect, it just needs to be tall as opposed to short/thin.

How to Make a Paper Towel Roll Witch with a Styrofoam ball for Halloween!

In order to make the hat sit on the round styrofoam ball, I cut the bottom of the hat, as seen in the video. Finish the adorable Paper Towel Roll Witch by tying a large bow around her neck! Because the styrofoam ball is hot glued in place, it prevents the ball from rolling off. However, you aren’t wasting any paper towels because you just need a little bit of glue around the cardboard paper towel roll.

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How to Make a Paper Towel Roll Witch with a Styrofoam ball for Halloween!

You can make several of these witches and place them around your house for the whole month of October. Or, make them part of a Halloween centerpiece! Consider changing up the ribbon colors or hat colors to give each witch her own personality. They are PERFECT for Halloween parties and everyone will be shocked at how you made them. You definitely wouldn’t guess that there’s a roll of paper towels under the cute witch!

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Paper Towel Roll Witch

How to Make a Paper Towel Roll Witch with a Styrofoam ball for Halloween! This DIY Halloween decoration can be reused year after year!

Ingredients

  • Roll of Paper Towels
  • Styrofoam Ball (or any round object that is similar). I used a 7.8ā€³ ball
  • 2 Rolls of Ribbon: Thick and thin
  • Black fabric
  • 2 large sheets of black craft foam or black construction paper
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors
  • Plate/circular object to trace

Instructions 

  • Trace a circle on one foam sheet using a plate or round object ā€“ cut the circle out
  • On the second foam sheet, free-hand draw a large 1/2 circle (it does not need to be drawn perfectly)- cut out the 1/2 circle.
  • Roll the half-circle into a cone shape, as seen in the video.
  • Secure the cone shape with hot glue.
  • Glue the cone to the foam circle to create a witch hat.
  • Embellish the small witch hat with a ribbon.
  • Cut lines underneath the hat to allow it to sit on the styrofoam ball better, as seen in the video.
  • Glue the styrofoam ball to the paper towel roll. Place the glue as close as you can to only the cardboard tube so that the paper towels can be used as usual after Halloween.
  • Drape with black fabric
  • Tie a bow around the neck and place the DIY witch hat on top!

Kelly Dixon

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