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DIY Halloween Wreaths to Haunt Your Doorstep

So, grab your foam wreath form, glue gun, and a touch of imagination, and get ready to create as we delve into a parade of spooktacular DIY Halloween wreath ideas.

Burlap Pumpkin Wreath

This burlap pumpkin wreath will look perfect on your door all fall. It adds an inviting touch to your home that won’t frighten trick-or-treaters.

Spider Wreath

This wreath looks like a spider web for a creepy effect for Halloween! Make this to add just the right touch to your space with so many extra spider legs! 

Colorful Pumpkin Wreath

This colorful pumpkin wreath will add a friendly touch to your front door. Use your favorite colors or the traditional Halloween hues. Either way, the results will be lovely!

BOO! Wreath

This wreath is simple yet stunning and just the cutest of all the DIY Halloween wreaths. Use black, orange, and purple to make a statement that welcomes visitors of both human and monster variety on Halloween night.

Dollar Tree Witch Wreath

Head to the dollar store and grab a few supplies. This wreath is cute, easy to make, and will look perfect on your door.

Embroidery Hoop Halloween Wreath

If you want to add a festive yet friendly touch to your door, grab an embroidery hoop and some felt to make this pumpkin. You can change out the decorations to use this for fall, Halloween, and even Thanksgiving if you like.

Ceiling Tile Medallion Wreath

This wreath starts with a ceiling tile medallion and turns into a creepy decoration. Hang this on any door you need to keep an eye on.

Mesh Spider Wreath

This mesh and ribbon wreath brings an elegant look to your door with a little spooky fun. You can get everything you need at the dollar store for $10 to recreate this festive wreath.

Skeleton Wreath

This easy wreath is just the thing to make. No bones about it! Find the supplies to recreate this at the dollar store or in your craft supplies.

Trick or Treat Wreath

This wreath is perfect for Halloween! Your trick-or-treaters can help themselves to a sucker while you add a touch of decor to your door.

Freddy Kruger Wreath

Horror movie fans are going to want to make this Nightmare on Elm Street Wreath for their door. The wreath looks high-end, but you can grab everything needed at the Dollar Store.

Monster Wreath

Grab some yarn and a wreath form to get this monster started! Your wreath will turn out to be friendly and fun, so it won’t give the little ones a fright on trick-or-treat night.

Bleeding Flower Wreath

Add a simple yet stunning addition to your door with this idea. At first glance, it looks harmless, but with closer inspection, you will note that the flowers are bleeding for a freaky effect.

Mesh Witch Hat Wreath

This looks high-end for Halloween but is made of affordable mesh for a decoration you will want to display year after year.

Spider Web Wreath

This easy wreath is simple yet stunning. Stitch a web across the wreath to let your guests know they should enter with caution.

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