This little witch is made from aged osnaburg. Tucked in a vintage cooking mold, she measures approximately 8 1/2" to the tip of her scrunchy witch hat which is embellished with black tulle. The witch features button eyes, a stitched nose and a stitched smile. I sewed a couple of black buttons to her belly ... and attached a muslin button ~ backed with orange wool felt ~ to her chest. The button reads:
The witch holds a small orange bottle brush tree. 
{ She isn't permanently attached to the cooking mold ...
so feel free to display her, instead, in a bowl of Halloween candy or candy corn! }

Blue Ribbon Pumpkin Pie

Look who won a Blue Ribbon at the fair for her pumpkin pie!
Piper measures 21" tall. She is made from aged osnaburg. Piper sports a homespun dress which is embellished with a vintage button and a tiny pocket. Tucked in the pocket, you'll find a vintage toy fork and knife { someone is ready for a slice of pie! }. I sewed Piper's prized blue ribbon to her bodice.

Piper features button eyes, a stitched nose, and a stitched smile. I tied vintage seam binding bows in her hair. Piper will arrive at your home~sweet~home with one of her pumpkin pies. The cotton batting pie was *baked* in a small vintage pie tin!

Spell Bottles

Add these spell bottles to your Halloween decor! Made from antique glass bottles, they feature aged labels. The blue bottle measures 3¾". It features a rusty lid and a skeleton label which reads: Oct. The larger bottle measures 4¾". It features a cork top and a bat label which reads: 31. The vignette includes a black bottle brush tree tucked in an antique glass insulator.