Hocus Pocus Halloween Paper Plate Craft

Let’s have fun this Halloween with our DIY Sanderson Sisters Hocus Pocus photo prop crafts!

This Sanderson Sisters Hocus Pocus photo props craft is perfect for your Halloween party, last-minute costume, or Hocus Pocus movie night.

Sanderson sisters photo props made out of paper plates
Make our fun Hocus Pocus Sanderson Sisters photo props craft for Halloween this year.

Our Sanderson Sisters photo props are not only a fun craft to make but they are perfect for a Hocus Pocus movie night or Halloween party. You can even use them for a last-minute Halloween costume.

How to make a HOCUS POCUS craft

We are going to use paper plates, tissue paper, and paint to make our Sanderson Sisters paper plate photo props.

paper plates, tissue paper, and paint for making a hocus pocus craft for your halloween party
Gather tissue paper, paper plates, and paint to make our fun Hocus Pocus craft.

Supplies needed to make Hocus Pocus photo props

  • 3 paper plates
  • 11×11 scrapbook paper – orange, purple, and yellow
  • Tissue paper – orange, purple, and yellow
  • Red paint
  • Pencil
  • Glue
  • Wood craft stick or wood dowel rod
  • Box cutter
  • Scissors
  • Paintbrush

Instructions for making our Hocus Pocus photo props

Step 1 for making our Hocus Pocus craft is to draw the Sanderson sisters hair on scrapbook paper and cut it out
Sketch the Sanderson Sisters hairstyles on scrapbook paper and cut them out.

Step 1

Put your paper plate on top of the scrapbook paper. Sketch out the hair for Winifred, Mary, and Sarah, and then cut each hairstyle out.

Photo prop craft tip:  We recommend using thick scrapbook paper and strong paper plates.

Step 2 of our Hocus Pocus craft is to attach the scrapbook paper hair to the paper plates using glue.
Grab your glue and attach the scrapbook paper hair to your paper plate.

Step 2

Put your paper plates face down and glue the scrapbook paper hair onto each one.

Step 3 of our Hocus Pocus craft is to trace around shot glasses with a pencil and cutting out eyes using a box cutter.
You’ll need to cut out eyes for your photo props next!

Step 3

Trace around a small glass or another circular item to make eyes to look through. Cut them out using your box cutter.

Step 4 of our Hocus Pocus craft is to scrunch small pieces of tissue paper to glue onto the paper hair for each of your witches
Scrunch small pieces of tissue paper and glue them onto the paper hair.

Step 4

Tear or cut small pieces of tissue paper. Scrunch each piece up and glue them into place to cover all of the paper hair for your witches.

Step 5 of our Hocus Pocus craft is to paint a mouth on each of the Sanderson Sisters paper plate faces.
It’s time to paint the mouth on each of your Sanderson Sisters paper plates.

Step 5

Using red paint and a paintbrush, add the mouth to each of your Sanderson Sisters paper plates.

Use either paint or scrapbook paper to give your paper plate witches rosy cheeks.

Our finished Hocus Pocus CRAFT FOR HALLOWEEN
Hocus Pocus paper plate witches craft for halloween
These paper plate witches based on the Sanderson Sisters are so much fun!
Yield: 3

Hocus Pocus Craft for Halloween

Hocus Pocus paper plate witches craft for halloween

Make our Hocus Pocus Sanderson Sisters Paper Plate Craft for Halloween.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Active Time 45 minutes
Additional Time 55 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 50 minutes
Difficulty Medium
Estimated Cost $10

Materials

  • 3 paper plates
  • 11x11 scrapbook paper - orange, purple, and yellow
  • Tissue paper - orange, purple, and yellow
  • Red paint
  • Pencil
  • Glue
  • Wood craft stick or wood dowel rod

Tools

  • Box cutter
  • Scissors
  • Paintbrush

Instructions

  1. Put a paper plate on top of the scrapbook paper. Sketch the hair for each of your Sanderson sisters around the paper plate. Cut it out, and glue it into place.
  2. Cut out eyes to look through using a box cutter.
  3. Tear or cut small pieces of tissue paper, scrunch them up, and attach them to each Sanderson sisters paper hair using glue.
  4. Paint a mouth onto each paper plate, and then add rosy pink cheeks using paint or scrapbook paper.

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Who is your favorite Sanderson sister? Is it Winifred, Mary, or Sarah?

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