My Hansel and Gretel Designs are finally complete! My idea was for them to be dressed as normal modern kids, then when they arrive at the witch’s cottage, she dresses them in candy covered outfits. Gretel’s dress is covered in sugary lemon drops with a macaroon trimmed skirt, a sucker hair clip, and skittle covered shoes. Hansel is wearing a peppermint broach, liquorish shoelaces, and a taffy wrapper bow-tie.

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Gather round kids! Today’s story is called, “Hansel and Gretel.”  It’s about an evil witch who finally finished making her last mortgage payment on her candy house, when two bratty kids decided that they wanted to ruin her day. You see, these entitled seedlings saw the candy house, and instead of working hard to buy their own, they decided to take hers. Using the dirtiest and most delicious trick in the book, Hansel and Gretel trapped the witch with aromatic plates of Denny’s breakfast food. Once she was incapacitated, they pushed her into the Candy house’s oven. Don’t feel too bad for the witch, though. After all, she was evil and would have probably ended up eating the children. Sheesh… Fairy tales, am I right? 


Here are my Hansel & Gretel designs. The top picture is of the twins at the beginning of the story. The bottom  picture is of the twins when they arrive at the Candy Cottage and the witch dresses them in clothes made of candy.

Gretel is tough kid and is very skeptical when they are greeted by the Candy Witch.

Hansel loves a good accessory and is thrilled to be decked out by the Candy Witch.