This autumn, the Frosted Petunia goddess issued a very special invitation. Take a one of your witchy shoes and make it even witchier, she said. Okay, so she phrased it a little different, but that’s what my ears heard. I, of course, jumped on my broom and rose to the occasion by transforming one of my old boots into a witchy writer’s planter. Here is my masterpiece:
These are the things I used, and the papered boot…
I didn’t use everything you see above. My inspiration went wild during the process, and I forgot to add the wand and the ribbons *sigh*. Also, instead of creating a blank planter where I was going to write a story, I glued cute pieces of lined paper, the last page of an old journal, one of my fully buttered entries, skulls, and everything else you can see on the following pictures. I’m excited about adding all kinds of little notes to my new witchy planter, which until a few days ago happened to be an old boot ;-)
|The skull was a present from Oma Linda|
|The hammer has its own story, I might share it one day. Maybe...|
Visit the rest of the party goers, and delight in the magic of the Autumn Altered Witch Shoe Challenge.