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Happy Halloween Wreath

Updated August 12, 2020

Happy Halloween WreathGive your friends a fright with this Happy Halloween Wreath. All you need are a few materials and very little time to complete these creepy craft. Don't leave your house out of the scary spirit of Halloween. Instead make this DIY wreath and make your house a little haunted. If you're throwing a Halloween party, the decorations are important to set the mood. Start the party off right with a spooky homemade wreath on your front door. Unlike your own costume, your house can wear this awesome DIY Halloween wreath  every year!

Materials:

  • Cheese cloth
  • Fabric dye
  • Moss, lichens, twigs, bones, etc.
  • Halloween themed paper
  • Adhesive letters

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Instructions:

1. Begin by dying 5 yards of cheesecloth a dark gray tone using fabric dye according to the directions on the dye package. Twist it and tie it in knots for a mottled look.

Happy Halloween Wreath


2. Once the cheesecloth is dry, pin one end of the fabric to the wreath and begin loosely wrapping it around the form. Work your way around the wreath until you reach your starting point. Anchor the end with a second pin.

Happy Halloween Wreath


3. Take your scissors and randomly cut holes in the cloth. Fray the ends, and make it look tattered and worn.

Happy Halloween Wreath


4. Gather some bits to work into your wreath - like moss, lichen, twigs, bats, bones, skeletons and rats. Anything Halloween-ish or dark will do.

Happy Halloween Wreath


5. Tuck the bits into the holes and attach them with glue or pins.
 

6. Next, punch a few autumn leaves out of black cardstock and add them to the wreath.

Happy Halloween Wreath


7. Use your paper trimmer to cut a strip of twelve inch by one inch from a Halloween-themed paper.
 

8. Use adhesive letters to spell “Happy Halloween” on the strip.
 

9. Attach the strip across the center of the wreath and trim it with a few black cardstock crows.

Happy Halloween Wreath


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