16 Boo-tacular Halloween Wreaths


Learn how to make wreaths with these pictured tutorials.  Halloween wreaths perfect for fall and Halloween.  You’’ll find a door wreath to make using almost anything like fabric wreaths, ribbon and burlap wreaths, DIY yarn wreaths and even candy wreaths!

As always, the Tip Junkie Halloween and Thanksgiving sites have hundreds of pictured tutorials with free patterns for autumn and fall.  You can always search there if you’’re looking for more pictured tutorials. {wink}

Halloween Wreaths

Halloween Wreaths

1.  Glam Spider Halloween Wreath ~ I love the combination of this beautiful fabric wreath!  It has Halloween elements, but isn’t spooky.  

2.  Black & White Halloween Wreath ~ Use traditional black and white Halloween colors for a modern wreath.  Add some glitter “Boo” letters to create a wreath that will stand out above the rest.

3.  Dollar Store Halloween Wreath ~ This dollar store wreath is a fun DIY project.  Spray paint the hands and hot glue them onto a chalkboard circle. 

4.  Feather Halloween Wreath ~ How to make a wreath Craft that is useful, spooky, and festive is easy as 1-2-3 with this DIY Halloween Wreath tutorial! Get into the spirit of Halloween with this festive Halloween wreath! 

5.  Halloween Felt Ghost Wreath ~ Full of charm, this festive ghost wreath is perfect for greeting guests.  It’s made from a styrofoam wreath form and felt.  The scallop pattern is available to download and print for free.  Boo-ya!  

Burlap Wreath

Burlap Wreath

6.  Burlap Halloween Wreath ~ Looking for ways to adorn your door or mantel this Halloween?  Head on over to embellish a super easy burlap covered wreath tutorial.

7.  Flying Witch Burlap Wreath ~ If the broom fits, ride it!  The silhouette witch perfectly pairs with the white burlap wreath.

Fabric Wreaths

Fabric Wreaths

8.  Halloween Fabric Wreath ~ I love the combination of this beautiful fabric wreath!  It has Halloween elements, but isn’t spooky.    It’s also a great way to use up some fabric scraps. 

9.  Halloween Chevron Wreath ~ I am in a chevron stripe lover’s dream!  Not only is there orange chevron strip fabric, but also black.  The bat bunting couldn’t be more perfect.

10.  Make a Tulle Halloween Wreath {how to} ~ This wreath is a great way to decorate your door for the month of October! If you can make a cut and use a hot glue gun then you can make this festive wreath. You could make one for every holiday by just switching the tulle color!

11.  Candy Corn Fabric Wreath ~ This beautiful fabric candy corn wreath is no trick, it’s definitely a fantastic treat!  The base is a foam wreath covered with muslin.  Yellow, orange and white 4″ canvas fabric squares were folded in half twice and pinned to the base.  Finish it off with a beautiful ribbon bow.  

DIY Yarn Wreaths

DIY Yarn Wreaths 

12.  Yarn Pom Pom Wreath ~ Empty tp roll tubes are perfect for making yarn pom pom’s. 

13.  DIY Fall Yarn Ball Wreath ~  This wreath could easily carry over from the holidays and throughout the winter.  In fact, if you could get your hands on some ornaments, you could use pastel yarn and do a Spring version.  Or red white and blue…endless possibilities.

14.  Yarn Wrapped Bat Wreath ~ Adorn a simple yarn wrapped wreath with paper bat and hang with a pretty satin ribbon.  The whole project only costs $7.

DIY Pumpkin Wreath

Mesh Wreath

15.  Mesh Pumpkin Wreath ~ Create an adorable pumpkin with deco mesh.  It’s sure to make a statement! 

Candy Corn Wreath

How To Make A Candy Wreath

16.  Candy Corn Wreath ~ How to make a candy wreath out of candy corn, foam wreath, black ribbon, and a glue gun.



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