How to Make a Halloween Wreath From Leftover Décor

Berta Lily
by Berta Lily
2 Materials
20 Minutes

It's Halloween tomorrow so I thought it was about time to throw together a little wreath for the front patio.

I had this old wreath for fall and some flowers. You may recall in a previous post that I hot glued eyeballs into the center of the few of the flowers last Halloween.

I always have a bin of Halloween decoration and each year I rethink how to repurpose it rather than buying new stuff.

I started by using wire cutters to cut the stems off and stuck the flowers into the wreath frame.

Then I use the leaves and this fake fly trapper to fill in some of the space.

I also got this reservation sign from target dollars spot section. I thought it added a nice touch.

Finally I added this creepy Crawley spider that was also in my bin of Halloween décor. This took about 20 minutes to put together and was a pretty easy project and kid friendly if you have little hands that like to help!

Now everyone will know that upon entering our home they're bound to find spooks and tricks up our sleeves.

Suggested materials:
  • Old flowers   (Wreath frame)
  • Plastic eye balls   (Wire cutters)
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