6 Chic DIY Halloween Wreaths

Jan 3rd
DIY Halloween Wreath

If I had my way I would have a wreath for every season and every holiday. I would change it out regularly and my door would always be festive and beautiful.

Halloween presents a really awesome opportunity to decorate any door with pizzazz! Here are some of my favorite DIY Halloween wreath ideas from Pinterest.

Some of these links go to tutorials, other just to pictures, others to places where you can buy the wreaths. I think most of them are pretty DIY-able. If you can’t figure out how to make one of these just leave a comment and I will try to make a tutorial.

DIY Halloween Wreaths

Candy Corn Wreath From Pocket Full of Posies

 

DIY Halloween Wreath

Halloween Chevron Wreath {tutorial}!! From Tatertots & Jello

 

DIY Halloween Wreath

Day Of The Dead Wreath From Modern Cozy

 

DIY Halloween Wreath

Eerie Eyeball Wreath From Amanda Formaro and Home and Garden

 

DIY Halloween Wreath

Handmade Yarn Wreath Pumpkin Patch at Night From April421 on Flickr

 

DIY Halloween Wreath

Maleficent Wreath Halloween Maleficent Wreath (I mean come on! This is freakin’ awesome!) From SparkleForYourCastle on etsy.com

 

DIY Halloween Wreath

Wriggling Snake Wreath (honestly, I debated putting this up here. I hate snakes. I have a major phobia. just this picture gives me the heebee jeebees. but its a pretty cool halloween wreath. just don’t expect me to come over if this is hanging on your door.) From Martha Stewart

 

DIY Halloween Wreath

Spooky Wreath From Just a Girl

 

DIY Halloween Wreath

The Skellington Wreath From thechicadeeshop on etsy.com (no longer available)

For more great DIY Halloween wreath ideas and decorating ideas follow me on Pinterest. Check out my Festive! Halloween! board for fun ghoully inspiration!

Also be sure to check out this blog post on 30 Spooky Halloween Wreaths from Lil’ Luna. It’s a really awesome collection of DIY Halloween wreath inspiration.

Happy DIY Haunting!

XOXO,

Coco

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