I have another inexpensive, easy and especially fun Dollar Tree wreath for you! Did you see my last Dollar Tree wreath? Click right here. This wreath below is for Halloween, which I love decorating for. I like to keep it cute, a little spooky, but definitely no blood and gore...that stuff is not my idea of fun! :)
Floral Witch Hat Wreath
This wreath is on the cute side for sure! It's got sparkle, gorgeous flowers, a few spiders and of course roses with eyeballs thrown in just for fun. It can keep an eye on the cats while I'm away form home! lol! :) Hocus Pocus is my favorite Halloween movie of all times and this wreath really reminds me of that.
Best part: It only costs e $8 to make!
I gathered all my supplies from Dollar Tree. Here's what you'll need:
1 - Tinsel Pumpkin
4 - Floral picks in purple
2 - Floral picks in black (I got eyeball roses and spider roses)
1 - Floral pick in orange for a pop of accent color
Hot glue gun and glue sticks
A pipe cleaner or floral wire
STEP 1: Remove the orange tinsel from the pumpkin form. Wrap it up and save it for another craft some other day or use little pieces of it to accent your flowers on this wreath.
This is what you should end up with.
STEP 2: Remove some (about 6) of the flower heads and the leaves from the stems. They just pull right off. Glue leaves to back of bloom.
STEP 3: Now start hot gluing your blooms to the frame like you see above. Add a little dollop of glue to the back of the flower and hold it in a corner of the frame until cool.
I have three blooms across the top and three blooms across the bottom. This is your base.
STEP 4: Now use the remaining blooms to fill in any blanks spots. To achieve the width of the bottom floral area, I left some blooms on the stems and tucked them in and secured them in the back with a small piece of pipe cleaner or even hot glued some of them in place. Just keep adding blooms until you like it! :)
I see you! These eyeball roses crack me up! There is no right or wrong way this should look, but as long as you're happy with it, that's all that matters.
Now I can't wait to decorate for Halloween so I can hang this spooky-cute creation up! If you decorate for Halloween, how do you decorate, scary or cute?
If you'd like to see more of my DIY Fall decor, click right here. Enjoy your scrolling! :)
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Published September 30th, 2018 8:28 AM
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