mine: hansel and gretel

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.

Candy Witch prints and apparel are available at http://society6.com/dylanbonner

I’m amazed there’s no creepypasta based off of Tim Burton’s Hansel and Gretel adaptation.


The cookie itself could fuel several of them.


I mean, look at it!


Look…


LOOK!

“dude, unbelievable! i was like ‘wow!’….i think everyone was surprised by that, but happily.  that’s great.  every country it opened in it was like #1, just crushed.  it did lukewarm here, sort of made it’s money back in the states but it wasn’t like a giant movie.  everywhere else it was unbelievable!”

- jeremy renner on the global success of 'hansel and gretel’

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GREETINGS FROM THE CANDY COTTAGE

I am very proud to present my Hansel & Gretel Candy Cottage. I’ve tried to add as much detail as possible, from the liquorish and cotton candy trees, to the frosting roof, waffle cone walls, gum drop garden, peppermint walkway, cake pop decoration, macaroon door frame, and the frosted pretzel window. When I was finished, I thought it would be fun to make it into a postcard with the Witch presenting her sweet house in a sinister way. I made the text and added in the Candy Witch

I hope you enjoy!

Prints and apparel featuring the Candy Cottage are available at http://society6.com/dylanbonner