This Halloween season I have fallen in love with these plastic witch fingers. They're so tacky and funny, and they just make me really happy for some reason. I haven't worn them since I was a kid, and didn't even think they sold them anymore. When I saw them at the party store, I snatched them up so quick! Once I got them home I knew I had to give them a little bit of an update, because they're really comfortable being worn on your fingers for more than a minute. That's when I came up with the idea for a witch fingers tiara!
Industrial glue (I used E6000)
Start by cutting off the ends of the witch fingers, making them a variety of heights. I made the middle finger the longest, and then cut the others shorter and shorter to make a cascading shape.
Line your fingers up in the order they will appear on the headband. Starting with the middle witch finger, apply a small bit of industrial glue to the bottom edge of the finger, and stick it on to the middle of your headband. Hold in place until the glue dries a bit and the finger doesn't move around. Continue with the rest of your fingers.
Once all your fingers are glued on, allow to dry for a full 24 hours before wearing. You could also add on a bit more decoration if you wanted, but I liked how it looked with just the fingers.
This is a great craft for those of you who want to get into the Halloween spirit, but don't want to get decked out in a full costume. I could also see them being the perfect item for a fun and spooky photo booth prop, or even as party favors!
If you decided to make your own, I'd LOVE to see a photo! Just tag #wearthecraft on Instagram to share your creations!