DIY Witch Wreath Decoration

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In just a couple of weeks fall will be here and front porches will be full of pumpkins and festive autumn decorations. We hang this diy witch wreath on our door every year for a spooky (and fun) greeting to trick or treaters.
You can make this Halloween wreath in an afternoon so get a warm cut of tea, light a warm fire and get out your craft supplies!
I was browsing through a local craft store when I found a wispy grapevine wreath and it immediately made me think of a witch’s broom. I purchased all the supplies at the craft store, they're pretty standard in any craft store where you may shop.
Start by painting just the inside circle shape of the wreath black. Don’t paint the wispy grapevines. Let the paint dry.
Wrap the purple glitter ribbon around the parts of the wreath that are gathered tightly, leaving the wispy vines unpainted. Think of the ribbon wrapped vines as your broom handles. Start by securing one end of the ribbon with hot glue. Next begin wrapping the ribbon tightly around the vines until you reach the base of the loose vines. Cut and secure the ribbon with hot glue. Repeat with each set of gathered vines.

Suggested materials:

  • Wispy Grapevine Wreath   (Craft Store)
  • Purple Glitter Ribbon   (Craft Store)

Rebecca West
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