Edited by Sara Adams
Last year I designed a model representing a Santa Claus in front of a house. The model was easy and nice, and I found a couple of variations using multiple sheets.
I called one of them "The Wicked Witch of the West in front of Dorothy's house", because the pointy face reminded me of the witch in the movie "The Wizard of Oz".
Santa Claus in front of a house, plus multi-sheet variations
In August Sara Adams asked me if I could make the witch from a single sheet. The result is presented in the diagrams and in Sara's video. It works fine with kami, although you might have to paint the white side of some white-and-black kami green for your own Wicked Witch of the West.
Standing Witch, click photo for diagrams
Of course, you can also leave it white and call it a wizard. A star pattern could work great, too. Or try folding the tip of the beard behind.
You can use this model on a card or as a placeholder for your Halloween party; when unfolding one of the flaps in the back, the model stands stably.
I hope you will enjoy this project.