DIY Halloween Wreath - Dreadfully Elegant!

9 Materials
45 Minutes
Ready to trick out your door for Halloween? Check out how I turn a simple vine wreath into a dreadfully elegant Halloween wreath! See the full tutorial over at my blog, Bullock's Buzz!
I love a cute Halloween wreath, but they can be so darn expensive to buy! This Halloween wreath is very easy to make and affordable, too.
Some of the supplies I bought at Walmart, a few came from the dollar store, and the rest I found at Hobby Lobby.  In total, I spent less than $25!
First I spray painted the wreath black, and then painted the letters with orange craft paint. Although the wreath was dry after a couple of hours, I decided to let it sit overnight just to be on the safe side.

From there all it took was a bit of creative placement and a little hot glue, and the wreath was completed within an hour!
Cute, right? I love how the orange pops against the black, and the glitter adds a bit of glam! Click on the link at the top and head on over to my blog, Bullock's Buzz, to read the entire post and see more pictures. Be sure to say hello and let me know what you think! And you won't want to miss these super cute Halloween Treat Jars while you're there, either!

Suggested materials:
  • 18" grapevine wreath   (Walmart)
  • 5" wood letters   (Walmart)
  • Black Spray Paint   (Walmart)
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Alaina Bullock
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