Witches Brew Hats Free Print + 11 Other Witch Ideas AND a Martha Stewart Giveaway!

Are you ready for Halloween?! Happy October everyone! We’re back this month with a fabulous blog hop with some of our favorite blogging friends and we all decided on a WITCH theme this month! Today I’m sharing a Witches Brew printable/party favor idea with you, as well as 11 other ideas from my friends! ANNNNND….a fun Martha Stewart Halloween giveaway for one lucky reader! ***eek!***

These witches brew hats are so fun and easy to make…

Download the printables here:

Witches Brew Tags

Witches Brew Straw Flags

Witches Brew Hats

Print off the above printables and assemble using hot glue. Use Aqua Balls drinks with green food coloring to create the drink. You can purchase them at Walgreen’s or Big Lots.

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And for more ideas…visit our friends’ blogs below for 12 total be-witching ideas!!

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And the BEST part of all of this?? The folks at Martha Stewart wanted to get in on the fun Halloween action and share their most recent Halloween magazine, a pumpkin witch’s caldron tutorial AND….an AWESOME giveaway of Martha Stewart Halloween crafts!

MS Halloween 2013 - cover image



Tools & Materials

• large pumpkin

• keyhole saw or serrated knife

• fleshing tool

• drill

• sisal rope

• 3 eyebolts, with washers and nuts

• 3 long, straight branches

• 20-gauge wire

• S hook

• outdoor stake light (with yellow or orange bulb)

• twigs

• sturdy glass bowl

• dry ice and protective gloves

  1. Cut top off pumpkin, using saw.
  2. Hollow out pumpkin with fleshing tool.
  3. Drill 3 equidistant holes about 2 inches below opening.
  4. Cut 3 lengths of rope to hang pumpkin.
  5. Tie 1 end of each rope to an eyebolt.
  6. Push eyebolts through holes in pumpkin; secure with washers and nuts.
  7. Prop branches in a tepee shape, and secure at top with wire; thread wire inside top to hang S hook.
  8. Hide visible wire with rope. Knot pumpkin’s rope ends together, and hang from S hook.
  9. For “fire”: Insert stake light into the ground, and cover it with twigs. For “mist”: Put glass bowl with dry ice inside pumpkin; add some water. (Wear gloves when handling dry ice.)


Keyhole saw,from $5.50; natural sisal rope (65495), 3/8 inches by 50 feet, $9; eyebolt with nut, 1/4 by 4 inches, $0.50; cut washer, 1/4 inches, $2.50 for 25, homedepot.com. fleshing tool, $4.50, ceramicsupplyinc.com. Panacea 20-gauge paddle wire in Green, $3.50, createforless.com. Thomas and Betts stake light, $8, amazon.com. dry ice, dryicedirectory.com for locations.


Photo by Lucas Allen. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Halloween Special Issue. Copyright ©2013.

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My name is Carli, owner, designer & creative mind behind DimplePrints. I am married to my high school sweetheart & we have 3 wonderful kids. In the beginning I simply started by wanting to share a piece of our lives with loved ones by sending cards & invitations for special occasions. With the support of family, friends & great customers, it has grown into Dimpleprints.


  1. Carli, these are amazing! I love these so much…I hope I can find those drink containers here!

  2. Carli these are adorable! I love these! Thanks for sharing the free printables! xo

  3. Carli, these are sooooo adorable! I so have to share for my Halloweek series!

  4. Oh my gosh these are too cute! I adore these!

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