Easy DIY Halloween Wreath

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I have this wreath hung up year round in my kitchen, most of the year bare. I love the texture it gives the room and adore the wispy look. I also love that it’s a blank canvas, pretty on its own, yet festive when decorated with holiday items tucked into its branches. Here I used glitter foam bats and a pre-made Halloween bow for a not-too spooky look. I gently tucked the corner of a few bats under some of the wreaths twigs, to hold them snugly in place, then tied a bow at the bottom.  It came out adorable and festive enough for Halloween. Once the holiday is over, I’ll simply remove the decorations and prep for the next round of holidays – Thanksgiving! I’m thinking acorns, Autumn leaves and mini-pumpkins.



halloween wreath



I found everything, including the wreath, at JoAnn, but these items can most likely be found at any big craft store (ie, Hobby Lobby, Michaels).


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  • Posted October 22, 2013 at 8:27 AM | Permalink

    This wreath is awesome! Now imagine how much creepier it would be on Halloween night if there was SOUND! Hmm…I think a creaky door opening would suit it just perfectly!

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  • Debra
    Posted October 22, 2013 at 11:33 AM | Permalink

    Cute, fun, simple, I like it.

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