Good Witch Halloween Costume

Good Witch Halloween Costume

Crafting Time:
  • Over 5 Hours
Skill Level:
  • Intermediate
Project Courtesy of: Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
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Additional Information



  • Tulip®:
    • Fashion Glitter® Multi Neon 5 pack
    • Fashion Glitter® Bond
    • Glam-It-Up!™ Hot Fix Glass Crystals, 100 count Clear
    • Dimensional Fabric Paint: Purple Slick, Silver Glitter
  • Aleene’s®:
    • Fabric Fusion®
    • Jewel-It®
  • Black T-shirt
  • Black “Trick-or-Treat” tote
  • Witch hat
  • (2) Cardboard inserts
  • Tape
  • Large black feather
  • Circle sponge/pouncer
  • Purple, orange & green tulle
  • 1” width black elastic
  • Black ribbon
  • White chalk
  • Ruler


1. Insert cardboard into black tee and another one into black tote. Tape in place.
2. Dip a circle sponge into a generous amount of Glitter Bond and apply dots all over the tee, tote, and witch hat.
3. Add Purple, Orange and Green glitter to glue dots while working and allow to dry completely.
4. When glitter dots are dry, use white fabric chalk to sketch out “Good Witch” onto front of witch hat. Carefully trace it with Purple Slick dimensional paint. Allow to dry.
5. Highlight Purple wording with Silver Glitter dimensional fabric paint.
6. Create a spider web at top of tee using white fabric chalk and a ruler. Lightly draw your spider web lines with chalk and then trace it with Purple Slick dimensional paint. Allow to dry. Highlight with Silver Glitter dimensional paint.
7. Repeat steps to create a spider web design on black tote.
8. When spider webs are dry, add lots of crystals to the shirt, tote, and the witch hat using Aleene’s® Jewel-It®.
9. Use Purple Slick to draw a spider onto spider web. Allow to dry.
10. With Fabric Fusion, attach a large black feather to side of witch hat and hold in place until the glue sets.
11. Twist strips of purple, orange, and green tulle together and then wrap them around the bottom of witch hat. Tie them together in back of witch hat with a tulle bow and use Fabric Fusion to glue down any parts of tulle to the hat that stick out too far.
12. To create the tutu, cut 3-4 yards each of purple, green, and orange tulle into strips of 4” x 24”.
13. Measure waistline of person to wear costume. Cut a piece of elastic about 2” smaller than waist measurement and sew a piece of black ribbon (will be tied into a bow) to both sides of elastic.
14. Tie a knot of each strip of tulle to elastic and work your way around varying between purple, green, and orange until all of elastic is covered, creating a “tutu.” Do not cover the ribbon.
15. Stitch tulle in place where the tulle meets the ribbon to avoid tulle sliding over.