The witch head charm adds a homey, harvest tone to whatever it's on. The witch head consists of a plastic egg, a felt hat with a ribbon and wooden star, a wooden nose and eyes, and baler twine hair. This is the biggest of the three charms and has the smallest loop. It's ideal for a pumpkin with a thin stem or a bottle of wine.
The cork bat is the most elegant of the charms, and it adds a touch of class to whatever it's dangling on. The body of the bat is a wine cork wrapped in black organza, and the wings are made from craft foam. Wine is my favorite thing to hang the bat on because of its cork body. They were simply made for and from each other.
The Frankencork is my favorite charm because it's just so adorable. The body of the Frankencork is, of course, a cork that's been painted and treated to be weather and dust resistant. Each Frankencork is slightly different from the next because the corks range in style and shape. I've chosen large corks, many with knobs, for these little guys. Screws have been drilled into the cork body, and big googly eyes complete the look. This charm is perfect for provoking smiles and warm, fuzzy feelings.
Of course, you can hang your charm on anything you'd like. I like hanging them in the window and on doorknobs as well. They're the perfect company for those spooky nights with company. You can pick up a set of charms this weekend at the Lafayette Art & Wine Festival, or you can buy them online at my Etsy shop. Be sure to enter BLOGPOST as a coupon code to get 10% off!