Creepy Cobweb Halloween Wreath

Halloween is just not the same for trick-or-treaters without decorating the front porch which means you must have a creepy cobweb Halloween wreath to make it just right. I am usually not one to decorate with fake spider webs, plastic spiders, plastic bats, or anything else that is spooky looking, but this year I decided to get out of my comfort zone and try something different. Usually I end up skipping over Halloween when it comes to decorations because I immediately pull out all the orange and bright colored pumpkins and leaves and forget that some of the pumpkins can wait until Thanksgiving.
To begin with, take your fake spider web and start stretching it out. The more you pull it the better and more realistic it will look. The picture below shows mine as I had started but still needing more stretching.
I am so happy with the way this wreath turned out and can’t wait to show the entire front porch and mantel with you. It has been so much fun to see it all come together.
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