DIY Halloween Bat Wreath

by AvantiMorocha
2 Materials
2 Hours

Halloween is around the corner and now is a perfect time to starting making decorations. I was looking to make a wreath to decorate my front door, something spooky but not scary. While looking for inspiration on Pinterest I saw beautiful wreath from Pottery Barn that really caught my eye. This wreath was perfect and was something that I wanted to purchase however it’s no longer available; it was released last season. While I was bummed that I couldn’t get the wreath at the store, I knew I could make my own and recreate a look I knew was going to be perfect. More...

Watch the video above to learn how I made this DIY Halloween Wreath. You could always just follow this step-by-step guide.

I made the bats with poly-portfolios I got at the Dollar Tree. This is an outdoor wreath so it requires durable material. You can cut the bats with a cutting machine as I did or with a good pair of scissors. The templates are available on my blog.

When you have all the pieces that you want, pass a needle and thread to at least 4 bats.

Arrange the bats on the wreath as you like.

I'm going to tie a couple of bats.

Glue the rest using a glue gun.

If you want you could add some fairy lights.

Pin it!

I hope you like this DIY. Don’t forget to visit my blog and subscribe to my YouTube channel and follow me on my social media, see you soon Chau Chau! icon

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  • DD DD on Sep 07, 2018

    I think I'll put something yellow in the center. So it looks like the moon!?