It’s about that time everyone! It’s time to unpack the Halloween decorations. Woohoo! Next to Christmas, this is definitely my favorite holiday to decorate for. And, since I’m slightly obsessed with making wreaths, I decided I needed a new Halloween wreath DIY for our front door. I knew I wanted it to be black and I wanted something with a little bling so I whipped up this creepy crawly spider wreath and I’m in love with the way it turned out.
So, let’s get right to it because you definitely need to add this to your Halloween decor collection.
Supplies needed to make your own Halloween wreath DIY:
- 1 1/2 Yards Black Fleece Fabric
- 14 inch Foam Wreath Form
- Small Spiders
- Purple Glitter
- Mod Podge
- Paint Brush
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Illuminated Spider Decorations (optional)
Step 1. Cut black fleece fabric into 2 1/2 inch circles. Just keep cutting out circles – lots and lots of circles.
Step 2. Fold each circle in half and then in half again.
Step 3. Add a pin to the corner of each folded circle and press into wreath. Arrange felt circles all around wreath.
Step 4. Now it’s time to turn our spiders purple. Brush Mod Podge on spider and dip in purple glitter.
Step 5. Once the spiders are dry, adhere spiders to wreath using your handy dandy glue gun.
Step 6. Put illuminated spiders together using the directions provided. Add around Halloween wreath DIY. These spiders are optional but they’re awesome because they light up. And, who doesn’t want lit up spiders on their door?!
Please don’t be intimidated by having to cut out all those circles. I promise it doesn’t take long at all. Just turn on your favorite movie and start cutting. It’s actually kind of relaxing and you’ll be so happy with your final project. It’s definitely worth the time you put into making this wreath because just look at this fabulous Halloween wreath!Happy crafting my friends!
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Kara Harvey, owner of Happy Go Lucky, is passionate about showing her readers that if she can do it, they can do it too. She shares projects and recipes that don’t require a lot of supplies or ingredients.