12 Enchanting DIY Halloween Wreaths

Tulle Tutu Wreath

This colorful tulle tutu wreath is the perfect décor for any front door.

Get the tutorial at Busy Creating Memories >> tutu-wreath

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Spider Web Wreath

Get the tutorial at Chicken Scratch NY >>

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Photo courtesy of Chicken Scratch NY

Trick or Treat

Get the tutorial at Crafts Unleashed>>

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Witch Crash

Get the tutorial at The Alison Show>>

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Photo courtesy of The Alison Show

Halloween Ornament Wreath

Get the tutorial at Where The Smiles Have Been>>

ornament-wreath

Photo courtesy of Where The Smiles Have Been

Pinecone Monster

Get the tutorial at Craftaholics Anonymous>>

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Photo courtesy of Craftaholics Anonymous

Witchy Halloween Wreath

Get the tutorial at Chicken Scratch NY>>

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Photo courtesy of Chicken Scratch NY

Nevermore Wreath

Get the tutorial at Create Craft Love>>

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Photo courtesy of Create Craft Love

Easy Spider Wreath

Get the tutorial at A Mom’s Take>>

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Skeleton Hands

Get the tutorial at Tried & True>>

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Photo courtesy of Tried & True

Orange Felt

Get the tutorial at All Things Simple>>

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Photo courtesy of All Things Simple

The Witch is In

Get the tutorial at Home is Where the Boat Is>>

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One thought on “12 Enchanting DIY Halloween Wreaths

  1. I LOVE Halloween. It’s my favorite time of the year, along with Christmas season of course. I think the wreaths are adorable and are a great, simple way of decorating for Halloween! Especially with Halloween coming up this blog can give a ton of great ideas for ways of decorating and learning more about Halloween. Adding links of how to make the wreaths is a great idea and it helps get other peoples work out there. It also gives the readers a straight link of how to make the wreath. My biggest pet peeve is when people blog about a certain DIY project and don’t tell you how to make it. So good job on that! How did you decide what wreaths to put into this post? Did you have a certain criteria of deciding that one wreath was more worthy than the other? To add a little more depth and more of you into the post, I think it would’ve been nice to see you making a DIY wreath of your own, and then including it into your blog. Otherwise it’s very fun and creative and I’m looking forward to reading your other posts!

    PS I definitely want to make one of these wreaths now.

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