Halloween is the time for crafting, bingeing, cooking and dressing up. Getting your front door ready is an important part of the celebration. With the commercial Halloween wreaths being pricey, you can make one for yourself at just a fraction of that cost.
The supplies for this lovely wreath include a work wreath form, Halloween colored, metallic deco mesh roll, metallic deco mesh ribbon roll, pipe cleaners, black glitter pumpkin and shimmery floral picks among others.
Plastic snakes give an eerie look to this black Halloween wreath. You can purchase them in different sizes and shapes. A grapevine wreath and the snakes are first spray painted in black. The snakes are then secured to the wreath with floral wire.
Don’t bouncy eyeballs look cute on a Halloween wreath? A wreath form is wrapped in tulle, a glitter leaf held behind a ball and secured in place with a stick pin. You can arrange the eyeballs in any random order.
This tutorial starts with wrapping Halloween tinsel around a circular wire base. It is followed by attaching Styrofoam balls painted as eyeballs to the wreath, decorating with glitter spiders. You can attach LED lights to make it glow at night.
First black deco mesh is wrapped around the wire wreath in a floral pattern, followed by orange deco mesh. Then secure lime green tubing to the wreath with wire sprigs. For the rest, click on the above link. You can use geo mesh instead of deco mesh if you wish.
Black feather boas and skulls constitute the spook quotient of this wreath. The work wreath was not bought. It was made by gluing two Styrofoam sheets together and cutting out the ring shape.
This deco mesh wreath looks beautiful decked up with pumpkins and a “Witches on Broomsticks” card. Shimmery floral picks accentuate its looks.
This quick and easy wreath uses black, lime and purple deco mesh, lime green deco mesh ribbon, glitter “Happy Halloween” sign in lime green and sequin and glitter spiders.
You can make this wreath in purple and green if you wish or just leave it in a single color. It can be embellished with ghosts, hats and blackbirds for enhancing the spooky appeal.
This neat wreath is nothing but an embroidery hoop with black tulle gathered on it. You can decorate it with foam pumpkins, orange bows, etc. You can add fairy lights to turn it into a glowing Halloween tulle wreath.
The cute monster wreath is made with ping pong balls, fur and stuffing. You would also need hot glue and a paint pen as your supplies.
A wreath like that of the picture below has got all it takes to send a shiver down your spine. It has two witch legs hanging out from it and a hat popping up at the top.
You can never deny the rustic charm of burlap. Arrange it on a wire wreath, add some accent ribbon with spider motifs and a green bow and you are done.
A white flower on a black and white feather wreath has an eerie feel you would love to cherish in Halloween. Add to that a faux blackbird and you are ready for the creeps.
Trick-or-treaters would love to be greeted with a yarn wrapped wreath form decorated with horns and a giant eyeball. The pom poms at the sides add to the beauty.
You really don’t have to go by the instructions word by word to make the wreaths. A little bit of imagination could end up in a wreath with a different and original look. We are sure that the images would inspire you to make one on your own during fall.
Published on September 22nd 2018 by Peyton Derrida