12 Cute Halloween Wreaths to Makecraftyamy
I’ve made a few Halloween wreaths in my day, and they are so, so fun! Nothing helps get me into the spirit more than putting together a brightly colored orange and black wreath. Are you looking for some fun home decor for the holidays? Try making a Halloween wreath. I’ve pulled together a collection of 12 to inspire you – click through the jump to see them!
Teenie Little Ghosts 1 of 12Jennifer offers the free patterns to create the scalloped wrap for this wreath on her blog.
Download the free templates at Tatertots & Jello
Eerie Eyeballs 2 of 12Use pins and plastic eyeballs to decorate a wreath form for this glowing effect.
Learn how to do it at Country Living
Deco Mesh 3 of 12This stunning wreath was made out of two types of deco mesh.
See more images at Etsy shop RedWithEnvyDesigns
Paper Plates and Sprinkles 4 of 12This unique wreath was made with two very unlikely ingredients - paper plates and sprinkles.
Find the step-by-step at Blue Sky Confections
Yarn Balls 5 of 12Assemble a variety of Halloween colored yarn balls to get this unique wreath.
See how it was made at Write it Down
Wrapped Fabric 6 of 12The technique for creating this wreath was dubbed by Desiree as "cut, roll and pin."
Get the tutorial at The 36th Avenue
Baker’s Twine 7 of 12You'll spend a lot of time wrapping this wreath with baker's twine, but the results are well worth it.
Learn how to do it at Kerstie Pederson
Fun Felt 8 of 12The texture on the circles of this wreath were created with pinking shears.
Learn how it was made at All Things Simple
Mummy Hands 9 of 12Use gauze as the base for this spooky mummy inspired wreath.
See more images at Etsy shop melissa clark
Edgar Allen Poe 10 of 12Wrapped book pages provide the base for this beautiful wreath.
Learn how to do it at Gwen Moss
Sculpy Ghosts 11 of 12Spray paint a grapevine wreath and add white clay ghosts for this cute wreath.
See how it was done at Better Homes & Gardens
Halloween Spiders 12 of 12A lot of felt circles and pins will help you make this cool wreath.
Find out how at Twig & Thistle
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