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Trick-or-Treat takes on a new meaning when hungry Halloweeners are met by this generous witch holding a treat tray!
Decorate a recycled soda-can box to use as a Halloween treat tray. Use Crayola® Crayons and Crayola Washable Markers to make seasonal drawings on paper. Cut out pictures with Crayola Scissors. Attach images to the outside edge of the tray with Crayola School Glue. Dry.
Cut a sheet of black posterboard in half. Roll it into an open-ended cone for the witch's body. Glue the edges of the cone together. Dry.
Cut sleeves from the remaining posterboard. Draw wrists and hands on construction paper. Cover your work area with recycled newspaper and dampen markers with a wet Crayola Paint Brush to blend the witch's skin colors. Dry.
Glue hands to the sleeves. Glue sleeves to the witch's body. Make a cylinder for the witch's head from construction paper. Cut a 3-D nose into the cylinder. Draw facial features with markers. Glue on construction-paper hair, eyebrows, and a cone witch hat
Attach the witch to the back of the treat tray. Dry. Fill the tray with treats for hungry Halloweeners!
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