If you pop into Michael’s Arts & Crafts this time of year, you’ll see some pretty impressive… and pretty pricey Halloween wreaths. Some are up to $80. Scary! But before you go screaming into the night, take a look at our Halloween wreaths you can make yourself. Get your crafty on and save a killing by making it yourself.
6 DIY Halloween Wreaths So Easy to Make It’s Scary!
1. Eyeball wreath. What you need: Asphalt colored fabric spray paint, tacky glue, gauze, straight pins, plastic eyeballs and a foam wreath base. Put it all together and here’s looking at you! Find the complete instructions from Best Halloween Store.
2. Spiderweb wreath. Made from a pool noodle sprayed black and decorated with cobwebs, spiders and decor from Dollar Store. Bootiful! From Beccascreations89 on Etsy.
3. Monster wreath. This adorable – I mean sooo scary – wreath will amuse – I mean terrify – your trick-or-treaters when they step up to your front door. Find the tutorial at Baby Rabies.
4. Creepy snake wreath. Martha Stewart shared this cute snake wreath idea which could be really inexpensive to make. All you need is a wreath and some toy snakes. Found on Happy Money Saver.
5. Spider family wreath. This classy wreath from Pastels & Macarons was made with styrofoam Wreath (of your preferred size), white ribbon either shiny or matte to cover the entire wreath, orange ribbon as the alternate color, pinecone Spiders (find tutorial here) or store purchased spiders of your choice (enough to represent each member of your family), pattern ribbon for handing the wreath and a hot glue gun.
6. Monster eyes wreath. This furry eyeball wreath, from Creatively Homemade, is frighteningly hilarious. It was made using orange faux fur, a wreath form, fake eyeballs (or ping pong balls colored in with a Sharpie), duct tape, white glue, quilter’s t-pins and black ribbon for hanging.
Thank you so much for posting these great Halloween wreaths I plan on making some this year! They look like so much fun I can’t wait to start.