The Witch is In DIY Halloween Wreath
The countdown to the witching hour has begun with Halloween a few weeks away...time to dust off your broom, polish your shoes and buy a new hat!
I've been admiring witch wreaths for Halloween on Etsy and in catalogs from $125 - $300. I made one for around $60 with items I had in my Halloween stash and found on clearance for a Happy Haunting!
I fell under the spell of this cute witch leg ribbon at Michaels, inspiring me to conjure a wreath for Halloween for the door of my Potting Shed. Halloween wired edge ribbon at Michaels~ polka dotted, lace, glittered and striped~ was all on clearance at 50% off, which made me cackle with glee!
The witch hat at Michaels, along with the witch leg ‘The Witch is In’ sign was 40% off. The broom I found at Hobby Lobby and on sale at 40% off.
I started with a wire wreath form that I picked up at Hobby Lobby last year that I didn’t get around to using. The roll of black mesh was also in my Halloween stash. I made loops with the mesh as a base of the wreath attaching them with the ties on the wreath.
Make loops with your ribbon, I used black pipe cleaners to secure the loops and attach them to the wreath frame.
I cut ‘The Witch is In’ sign apart and attached them both separately to the wreath, with the legs hanging from the bottom.
I used a little hot glue to attach the striped and polka dot pumpkins onto the wreath that I already had. The glittered spiders came from Michaels on clearance too.
I added the crow to the center of the wreath but he’s not permanently attached so he can fly to the window box to perch among the gourds and pumpkins.
More photos and details at the link below!
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Published October 7th, 2016 5:46 PM
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Julie Conklin Sosinski on Oct 21, 2016I got a wire wreath form like this at Walmart for $3.47.
Andrea Reed on Oct 23, 2017I love it
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