Spook visitors with these 9 easy diy Halloween wreaths. These wreaths are all quick and easy to make and will make your Halloween door look incredible. There is no need to spend lots of money on Halloween decorations when you can make your own!
9 Easy Diy Halloween Wreaths
1. Tutu Halloween Wreath
Tutu wreaths look amazing but are some of the easiest to make! Tie the tulle around a foam wreath and then work on the centerpiece. The center can be accessorized with any Halloween related finds, get creative and watch your creation come to life. Read more over at Busy Creating Memories.
2. BOO Fabric Tied Wreath
This BOO wreath has been made by tieing fabric to a wire wreath frame and then attaching the BOO letters. This is very easy to make and looks amazing! Perfect if you want a Halloween wreath that isn’t too scary! Click here to read the full tutorial.
3. Spider Web Hoop Wreath
It doesn’t get much easier than this spider web hoop wreath. Paint an embroidery hoop black and then decorate with a fake web and spiders. Click here to read the full tutorial.
4. Pumpkin Burlap Wreath
This wreath is a little more involved than some of the other wreaths featured today but it will keep your door looking great all fall! Get the detailed tutorial by clicking here.
5. Witches Sock Wreath
This adorable witches wreath has been wrapped in stripy socks. Click here to read the full tutorial.
6. Easy Diy Mummy Wreath
At first, this looks like a plain wreath but on second glance its a sneaky Halloween mummy! Follow this link to find out more.
7. Purple People Eater Halloween Wreath
Step away from the scary with this cute purple people eater Halloween wreath. Click here to find out more.
8. Monster Eyes Halloween Wreath
Coat a wreath in fur then add on some ping-pong ball eyes. This is a very easy wreath to make which will look outstanding for Halloween. Follow this link to read the full tutorial.
9. Halloween Skull Wreath
Make a skull wreath for a truly creepy Halloween door this year. This wreath is made from painted styrofoam skulls and wire. Visit A Tried & True Project to find out more.