Posts Tagged ‘witch’

Witchy Women

Now that it’s October, there’s an abundance of witchy women showing up around town, and rightly so. With Halloween on its way, witches are popping up all over the place, especially here on Craftster. This witch wears a wonderful stripey skirt, and carries a black cat named “Soot”. MissingWillow included all sorts of great details in […]

September 6, 2017 Featured Projects

Every two weeks we pick our favorite 15 projects that Craftster readers have voted for with the “This Rocks!” button. Here are our latest picks which were lovingly and painstakingly chosen (so many amazing projects to choose from!), this time by kittykill. We hope you enjoy them! Peanut Butter Truffle Brownies (lactose-free and almond-free!) by […]

Witch, Please!

Halloween is right around the corner, so beware the witching hour! Witches are abundant on Craftster, so let’s meet a few. This witch figurine by hauntedcottage is so lifelike, but don’t worry; she’s made of polymer clay. You’re going to want to click the photo to see the post with all the wonderful details. How […]

Magical Miniatures

For me, there’s always something magical about miniatures, but the featured miniatures in this week’s article are extra magical, because they were built for witches, wizards, fairies, and time travelers. pottermouth put so much detail into this tiny witch’s cottage that you just have to click the link and view all the photos. For now, […]

One Last Look at Halloween Crafts

Halloween is finally here! Tomorrow, the streets will be filled with all sorts of goblins and ghouls, looking for Halloween treats. I couldn’t resist sharing a few more assorted Halloween projects before the big day.   When you’re out tomorrow night, beware of creatures like this giant spider, made by cjohns6 with a plastic sandbox […]

Crafts for Wiccans: Happy Samhain!

October is a time for Halloween costumes and candy, fun and parties, and scary movies. But this holiday started many centuries ago with ancient Pagan traditions of celebrating the harvest and preparing for the dark, cold winter to come. For those who practice Wicca, a modern form of the ancient pre-Christian religions, there is still […]