A Creepy, Crawly Halloween Wreath... In Just TWO STEPS!

by Leslie
10-15 Minutes
Looking for a quick and east (and kid friendly!) Halloween wreath for your front door? This was is fun and so very simple (only two steps!) and will give you that spooky Halloween look. Enjoy!
All you need for this project is a wreath, a bit of fake snow, and some of those plastic spider and bat rings... you can find them at the Dollar Store.
My wreath happened to have a coat of white spray paint on it, but you could do with or without. The first step is adding your "spiderwebs"... all it takes is a bit of wrapping and tucking in between those branches.
The second (and final!) step is simply sticking a few spiders and bats and whatever else you want into the branches for that creepy, crawly effect. For a little extra support, you could always add a dab of hot glue and that should be enough to secure them.
And that's it! Hang it up and you're all set for those trick-or-treaters!
I made this guy from things I already had on hand, but even if you were buying from scratch, my guess is that you could make it for about $10. PLUS, if you have little kiddos around, this is a fun project that is easy enough for them to help with. Happy Haunting!
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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