Swatches of orange, red, and white burlap, broadcloth or even felt can create a candy corn illusion that you can keep on your front door for the entire season. TIP: if you use a wire wreath form , bend it in the same of a tear drop to really create the look of candy corn.
This burnt-paper flower wreath is ominous and gorgeous at the same time. Burnt paper edges…who knew!
Decorate a basic twig wreath with your favorite holiday goodies…check the dollar store for unique fall/halloween items. Love how this wreath paired colorful butterflies, a few spooky crows and spiders for the perfect combination of tricks and treats.
What’s more spooky than an Edgar Allan Poe-inspired wreath? Add black fabric roses for a extra macabre spin. Wrap a wreath form in black and white fabric strips and secure with glue gun. Add all things black and if you don’t it in black…..SPRAY PAINT is your cheap friend 😉
At first, this wreath looks plain, but with further inspection, there’s a hidden mummy on the side. Just wrap a wreath form in gauze and add 2 wiggly eyes…easy peasy!
Wrap a wreath form with grey twine and glue on several felt or paper bats for a chic holiday wreath.