Hocus Pocus: DIY Planter Witch Legs
One of my favorite parts of Fall is all of the changing leaves, the pumpkins, and picking out mums for our front steps.
This year, I wanted to do something to make them even more festive heading into Halloween. I've been a fan of witch legs and the fun ways I've seen them used in fireplaces, wreaths, and under doors. Although many places sell them, I set out to do them DIY style.
What You Need
Old pair of boots
Saw or sharp knife
Mums or fall planted pot
Start by cutting two pieces of your pool noodle. I eyeballed it based on how far I wanted the legs to stick out of my mums. I would guess each leg was about 14-18 inches in length. I used our circular saw because it was out in the garage, but you can also cut through with a sharp knife or hand saw.
Take your two pool noodle pieces and slip on your socks. I grabbed a pair of kids socks from the Target Dollar Spot. These kinds of socks are lots of places around Halloween!
To be honest, my husband just snapped off the ends of the wooden stakes over his knee. You can be a little more precise than that method! Leave a few inches of stake out to place the legs into the dirt of your chosen plant. Tuck any excess sock into the hole around the stake. Add on your thrift store or dust collecting boots onto the top and add them into the pot!
An easy and fun way to add some Halloween flair to your fall plants! Can't wait to have little trick-or-treaters see them!
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