Spooky and Chic Halloween Wreath Design Ideas

What better way to start preparing for Halloween and all the fun and spooky things that come with it than by crafting a wreath to display on your front door? Wreaths are incredibly versatile and can be customized in countless ways to suit a lot of different purposes and occasions, this holiday included.

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A festive wreath can also be a decoration to hang on an interior door. For example, decorate the bedroom door with a Halloween wreath that features symbolic elements such as a lot of black and a toy witch. A colorful bow can tone down its spooky appeal.

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Or perhaps you’d prefer something simpler. A wire wreath can be the main element for the project. You can decorate it with a plastic skeleton, a black ribbon or some dried flowers.

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On the other hand, if spooky is what you’re looking for, Aprettylifeinthesuburbs offers a really great idea for a Halloween wreath covered in plastic eyeballs. If you want to craft a similar wreath for your front door, you’ll need a grapevine wreath, flat black spray paint and a lot of eyeballs (around 100). glue them onto the wreath one by one.

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Combine the two key colors of the season, orange and black, and make a Halloween wreath that looks chic and elegant while also having a small dose of creepy in it. Start with a straw wreath. Then cut a yard of orange burlap into wide strips. Start wrapping the fabric around the wreath using a glue gun to keep it in place. Then take a web placemat and put it on the back of the wreath. Cut it to size and glue it on. You can also add some plastic spiders. {found on annelilydesign}.

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You’ll still want your guests to feel welcomed into your home but not without being warned about the dangers of stepping in on Halloween. To send the perfect message, opt for a wreath that looks funky and festive like the one featured on sassystyleredesign. To make it you need an embroidery hoop, black tulle, ribbon, a wood plaque, black spray paint, pages from an old book and adhesive.{found on sassystyleredesign}.

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You can also send a message with a wreath that’s playful and colorful. Try a sock wreath. You can find some inspiration on Craftysisters. Wrap two socks around the wreath and glue the ends. Then comes the fun part: decorating the wreath. You can pretty much improvise at this point if you don’t want to recreate the design found there.

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An unusual but definitely interesting idea featured on Savedbylovecreations is to make a Halloween wreath out of black licorice bites. The project is simpler than it seems. First you cut a wreath form out of cardboard and then you to add the candy one by one using super glue. At the end, make a flower using paint chips, paper or cardboard.

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But if your wreath doesn’t look like the usual type and instead proposes a whole new look? For example, mightycrafty features an interesting Halloween door decoration that could work. You can easily come up with something similar.{found on mightycrafty}.