Halloween Wreath

3 Materials
20 Minutes

I wanted to create a fun and spooky wreath that I can use for the whole month of October! I had a bag full of Halloween goodies from last year, so I decided to use those left overs as this year's decor!


You'll need a wreath! I choose a grapevine wreath because they're easy to stick things to, and I think they can look extra "creepy."

Materials, Part Two

You'll need a glue gun, glue sticks, and Halloween items!

Step One

Choose your items, and lay them out on your wreath. This will help you get an idea of where you want everything to go. I choose a centerpiece, the skull, and worked from there. You'll then want to glue items in place once you like the way they look.

Spider Web

I wanted to add some spider webbing. This part was easy! It mostly stuck to the wreath without needing any extra enforcement, but I did add glue in a few places, just in case!

The Additions

Don't forget to add the little extras! This spider won't be seen from far away, but up close it gives this wreath added depth!

Hang It Up

and enjoy!

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