Last Updated on November 8, 2019 by April
Get ready to be inspired. These sensational Halloween wreath DIY ideas are shockingly easy to make. However, should you be looking for something less terrifying, I have you covered. If you would rather see some gorgeous fall wreaths to decorate your home with, then look here. Also, terrifying is not really a word I would use to describe these spooky holiday wreaths.
Halloween Wreath DIY Ideas
Halloween is one of my favorite times of year because I can get so get creative. Besides, I love being able to look at the little spooky projects my neighbors have going on. I can’t help but participate in the fun. To make my own home special, I take pride in making my own wreathes by mixing and matching items from the craft store. Here are some of my favorite Halloween wreath DIY ideas at the moment!
1. Trick or Treat Wreath
If your home has a lot of neutral paint colors, then brighten things up with all the Halloween colors you can fit in.
2. Ornament Wreath
Before you through out old Christmas ornaments that no longer fit your home’s aesthetic, repurpose them by painting them orange, purple, green and black.
3. Ribbon Wreath
Ribbons are so easy to find on the cheap at your local dollar store and make for a great Halloween wreath.
4. Spider Web
Get your whole family involved by using soft and safe materials like this white wrap or even toilet paper.
5. Ghost Wreath
Lighten up the mood by creating goofy versions of your favorite Halloween monsters instead of going for scares.
6. Nightmare Before Christmas
This silly and easy to make Nightmare Before Christmas inspired wreath can be converted into a Christmas wreath later in the year, or you can keep it looking the exact same. Ha!
7. Monster Wreath
Trick or treaters will go nuts over this funny looking pine cone monster!
8. Candy Corn Wreath
This candy corn wreath is so perfect for houses with a farmhouse look.
9. Candy Corn Colors
If you like to be less blunt with your decor, then try an ombre candy corn design.
10. Black Snakes
This creepy black snake wreath will surely spook your guests! However, you may consider using an alternative entrance, too.
11. Happy Halloween
I’m loving this unique framed art wreath. So creative I never would have thought of this!
12. Trick or Treat
This simple but well designed wreath looks like it was pre-made from the store, but it’s all DIY!
13. Disney Happy Halloween Wreath
Everyone knows that the happiest place on Earth is Halloween at your house. However, it doesn’t hurt to confirm it with this not-so-scary Halloween wreath
14. William’s Sonoma Knock Off Wreath
This bird looks so real at first glance! Start with great materials before you craft. Then you get the best effect.
15. Glowing Spooky Wreath
If you’re looking for something that’ll stand out at night, then definitely try a light-up wreath!
I don’t know about you, but I am SO excited for Halloween this year! For some reason, the older I get, the more enthusiastic I am about holidays. The joys of getting old!