- 8 mm thick piece of scrap wood - enough for shoes
- 4mm thick piece of plywood for the rest of the figure
- acrylic paint in the following colors: orange, red, white,
skin color and black
- drill with 1.5 mm and 3.2 mm bits
- 3.5mm long and 35 mm thick screw to attach the
witch to the shoes
- flat and round paint brushes
- wood glue
- standard wood sawing supplies
Instructions: (see picture for placement of elements)
1. Print out patterns so that they fit completely on the standard printer paper size.
2. Transfer the markings to the appropriate thicknesses of wood and saw out. Sand smooth if necessary.
3. Paint the pieces accordingly and let dry. Drybrush the edges and details of the witch, in a contrast color if desired. This gives the figure a more realistic look.
3. Cut orange raffia out for hair and gather into a bunch. Tie off at the middle of the bunch with another piece of raffia and glue onto the head of the witch. Try to keep the hair as flat as possible so that the hat can be easily glued over it.
4. Glue the hat rim to the hat and then the hat onto the head of the witch.
5. Paint the facial features onto the witch.
6. Glue on the collar, arms and the raven onto the witch.
7. Drill 2 holes in the bottom of the witch legs. Mark the hole positions onto the shoes piece and drill also 2 holes. Screw the shoes base onto the legs.