Witch Parking Porch Display

It’s that time again!  The Monthly Crafter’s Blog Hop and this month we are crafting up some Bewitching Ideas for Halloween!  Check out some Ah-Mazing projects (Man I have some talented friends!) and get a tutorial on how to make A Witch Parking Porch Display for your yard or front porch!

Witch Crash Landing Parking Porch Display

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Supplies Needed for Witch Parking Porch Display:

  • 1 Pool Noodle cut in half to make 2 pieces
  • 1 dowel rod cut in half or sticks that can fit inside the pool noodle center
  • 1 pair of girls Halloween Tights
  • 1 pair of old black shoes (thrift store ones work perfect)
  • Potted Mum or other Fall flower (pansies work great too)
  • Witch’s Broom, Pumpkin, Hay Bale (optional)
  • Chalkboard or sign

I started off by cutting the dowel rod and pool noodle in half.  (A bread knife cuts the noodle like butter!)  I would say my dowel was about 1/2 inch.  You want it to be larger enough to support your witch legs but small enough to easily fit inside the pool noodle.

Witch Crash Landing Flower Pot

Next I stuffed the noodles into the legs of the tights and inserted the dowel rods into the center holes of the noodles.  Stick the other ends of the sticks into your potted plant and position so that they look like legs sticking up!

Witch Legs from Pool Noodles - porch display

Then I simply stuck some old tap shoes of mine on the ends of the “legs” to make them look like feet!  The noodle just squished in and kept the shoes on!  I added the bale of hay and the pumpkin and broom!  All of which I found at Michaels!  I used a chalkboard I already had to make the sign!

Witch Parking Crash Landing Porch Display

Be sure to check out all the awesome Witch projects from my friends!  I am pinning all of them I love them so much!


A few of my other favorite Halloween Projects are:  Spider Attack Magnetic Door Decor, This Ghost T-shirt and Boo Bowling!

Spider Attack! Glue Fake Spiders onto Magnets and place on door!  Ghost T-shirt using heat transfer vinyl and iron Upcycle milk jugs into a spooky ghost boo bowling game for kids

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18 Responses
  • Sarah @ Bombshell Bling
    October 2, 2013

    My favorite idea of the blog hop! Too cute!!

  • This is SO SO SO cute! I love it.

  • Bonnie @ Uncommon Designs
    October 3, 2013

    Adorable and had to giggle!

  • I absolutely love this idea, so fun! I would have never thought to use the pool noodles for the legs, you are just too clever! :)

  • Emily
    October 4, 2013

    I LOVE it! So cute! I may have to give this a try :)

  • Heidi from Momprojects
    October 7, 2013

    This is adorable Cheryl, it’s always good to find something to do with the chewed up pool noodles in October. It’s my first visit to your blog, I’ll definitely be back!

    • Cheryl Spangenberg
      October 8, 2013

      Thanks Heidi! That is EXACTLY what our noodle was too…chewed up! Ha! Kids! Thanks for hopping over!

  • Ann
    October 8, 2013

    This is way too cute!! How funny… I def need to try this out!

    • Cheryl Spangenberg
      October 8, 2013

      Thanks Ann! It’s fun! The weather is still really nice here so everyone gets a kick out of it while out walking in the evenings :)

  • Sherri @ MadeFromPinterest
    October 11, 2013

    Love the crashed witch. Pool noodles! Great thinking with capital G! Our weekly Super Saturday Link Party is live. We would love to have you join us with any of your great ideas. It would make us so happy to have you on board. http://www.madefrompinterest.net/2013/10/super-saturday-link-party-14/

  • Hani Shabbir
    October 20, 2013

    This is so much fun.. My 4 year old just loves to fantasize witches.. I just showed this to him and he enjoyed talking about it.. :) He wants to go to the haunted witches house, I wonder where I can find one to take him! ;)

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