I am totally obsessed with wreaths. I always have a new one on my door, and I change them out for each season or holiday. Wreaths are an inexpensive and fun way to dress up the front of your house. With Halloween right around the corner, I have been on the lookout for a new Halloween wreath that I can make myself, and have found tons of Halloween wreath tutorials online. Here are four of my favorite Halloween wreaths that you can make yourself.
Pretty Ditty: Halloween Wreath and Halloween Bunting
Jamie at Pretty Ditty has created a cute and super easy to make Halloween wreath. This wreath is made by simply wrapping yarn around the wreath form, which means crafters of any experience level can complete it with no problems whatsoever. The bunting for the wreath is made from a paper grocery bag, and Jamie includes the PDF format for printing it in her tutorial. You can learn how Jamie made her cute Halloween wreath by visiting her blog, Pretty Ditty.
Sevin Family: Candy Corn Wreath
Katrina who blogs at Sevin Family shares how she created her Candy Corn Wreath using real candy corn, a totally cute and tasty idea. Her wreath is made by painting a Dollar Store Styrofoam wreath form black, and hot gluing candy corn to it. How simple is that? You can view Katrina’s Candy Corn Wreath and learn how she made it by visiting her blog, Sevin Family.
Coley’s Corner: Halloween Wreath
Nicole at Coley’s Corner shares how she made a really cute Halloween Wreath using a Styrofoam wreath form from the Dollar Store, scrapbooking paper, coordinating ribbon, satin and silk flowers (which she made herself) and some other odds and end Halloween embellishments. The result was a super cute Halloween wreath. While this wreath took a few more materials than the others, and was a little more involved it is still a super easy wreath to make. You can view Nicole’s wreath and learn how she made it by visiting her blog, Coley’s Corner.
A Forest Frolic: Spooky Halloween Wreath
Jamie, who blogs at A Forest Frolic, has created a great wreath for Halloween that is a little on the spooky side but still remains cute at the same time, just the perfect combination. A grapevine wreath, a couple of inexpensive items from the craft store, and some glitter are all you need to recreate your own Spooky Halloween wreath. You can view Jamie’s Spooky Halloween Wreath and see how she made hers by visiting her blog, A Forest Frolic.