Spray Painted Halloween Wreath
I used Halloween decorations that I already had and some orange and black spray paint to turn a styrofoam ring into a bold, striped skeleton wreath to greet our trick or treaters.
After giving the ring two coats of orange paint, I taped off stripes and then sprayed on the black paint.
How perfect the lines need to be really depends on how much Halloween flare will be added and I knew I was also going to use a big bow.
I painted the skeletons and added them and the bat using corsage pins. The pins not only work great to hold the decor on the wreath but also to create spooky eyes!
I love the way the wreath looks on our black door and can't wait to greet our little neighborhood goblins on Halloween! Stop by to see more about how I decorated this fun wreath.
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Published September 30th, 2014 11:51 AM
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Kate Griffin | Eating in the Shower Blog on Oct 02, 2014@Alicia Thank you! I'm trying to wait a little while before I put up all of our Halloween gear but I guess now that it's October I should just go ahead!
Alicia on Oct 02, 2014@Kate @ Eating in the Shower no need to wait Halloween lasts a whole month in my book! I think this craft would be great for our Halloween contest that we are having. Enter your craft by uploading your craft photo to our album Halloween Contest '14 and tag yourself https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.786674704723880.1073741830.126823977375626&type=3. The person with the most likes will win a free holiday gift wrapping kit!
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