Blair Witch Dolls
There are few things in life as disconcerting as waking up after a night camping in the woods than to see a bunch of these creepy totems hanging from the trees surrounding you. And thanks to the tutorial posted by pooky73 over at the HalloweenForum I’ll be well prepared to instill a bit of the Blair Witch fear into everybody on our next trip because these things are incredibly easy to make!
Start by cutting some branches for your dolls, you’ll need an equal amount of “Y” pieces and straight pieces for however many you choose to make.
Add some hot glue where you want your straight piece to sit and when it’s dry flip it over and add some more hot glue to reinforce the other side of it.
Grab a piece of burlap and then fold it diagonally to form a triangle, then fold it diagonally again to form an even smaller triangle and cut the tip off of it. You’ll now have a perfect piece of burlap with a square hole in the dead center for you to slip over the doll.
Add some hot glue to the stem of the doll as well as the arms, slide the burlap over it and press down so the glue will stick to the burlap. You’ll need to do this to both the front and back of your dolls. The final step is to cut a couple of pieces of jute. The first piece should be wrapped around your dolls waist to look like a belt and the other can be tied to the top of the doll to hang it from a tree.
These dolls are easy to make and are a great way to add a little extra atmosphere to any haunt (or backyard).
Items needed to complete this include:
- Hot glue
- Jute string