Cynthia H
by Cynthia H
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Halloween is such a fun day to decorate for. Witches, pumpkins and skeletons, zombies oh my!

I was decorating my porch and yard when I decided it needed a new wreath. I went into my stash, pulling out these cute treat bags.

I stuffed them with some plastic bags I had, but you could stuff them with anything you had on hand.

The treat bags came with little strings, so I looped them over a wreath form to tie them on.

Not finished, just playing with placement. Wish I had more bags, but, these will have to do!

I had two bunches of silk black rose's that I decided to add in.

I had one roll of ribbon with glitter in black and silver, so I wove it in and out of the wreath form. Basically, I just threaded in and out.

I had a cute little witch hat/headband I decided to add in. I pushed the headband part into the form, using a piece of twine to secure it.

A face mask from the dollar store added a certain touch. I decided to fasten it to the wreath form. I had a burlap bow in my tote so tied it on.

A new wreath from my Halloween tote! Not complicated at all! The cost listed is if everything was purchased at once. I tend to pick up things as I see them, and keep them together until inspiration strikes. The wreath would have been fun with enough ribbon to fill out the form. The treat bags in larger number would have looked cute, too. Just a project that used what I already had, but, I hope it gives you some fun ideas!

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