Ok, my Halloween decorating goes way beyond a wreath, but that doesn’t mean I won’t make one. In fact, I have enough
crap crafting supplies laying around here that I might make some as gifts for friends. I sifted through Cyberland and pulled 13 inspirational wreaths. Maybe you’ll find one or two of these that inspire some wicked wreath crafting for the holiday.
THE BARE BONES
Who can pass up a skeleton theme? Here are some great ideas that also appear to be thrifty and DIY worthy.
Third one is a charm!! The blog this came from is alive and kicking! Head over to Eighteen25 to see how those ladies made this wreath. They have all the directions, plenty of photos and there’s a nice little surprise to this wreath when it gets dark.
This cute little number is by SignsStuffnThings on Etsy. This one is sold, but go check out their other products. I love Etsy and supporting small business owners who are out their pedaling the arts and crafts they work so hard on.
I’m into skulls and ravens, so this is a winner. The rose is a great touch that gives a pop of
blood color. Head over to FudgeRipple to check it out.
If you’re a DIY kind of person, use this for inspiration. If not, go buy it at Grandinroad. If people really do pay $259 for a Halloween wreath–I’m in the wrong damn business.
BIRDS OF A FEATHER
I actually like the simplicity of this one and the Scrabble letters just make it fun. Head over to Farm Chic to get more info and see what other creative things they have going.
You’ve probably figured out that I have thing for ravens. I like the spanish moss that was added to this one. It’s simple and effective. Head over to Boxwood Clippings for all the goods.
This DIY wreath over at MyDesignDump made this wreath for $10!! Can’t beat that with a zombie’s arm. Go check out all the details.
I love that Cara over at What these walls would say opted for a more anemic look. I think it’s much cooler than if it was black. It’s all DIY with Dollar Store bugs.
Leave it to Martha to make this beauty. We have a love of snakes in our house so this is a winner. Go to Martha Stewart to see how she did it. Then run to the craft store and make it for half the price.
I really like the crafty quality of this one, and the simple black and white theme is really striking. Kerstie Pederson is also nice enough to give you a full tutorial on how she made this lovely wreath.
I like this one because I happen to have the black, sparkly word “wicked” that was obviously made by the same people who produced “Spooky” up there. I’d just have to convince myself to glue wicked on a wreath instead of letting it sit on my desk year round. The wreath above was made by Just a Girl.
And there you have it- 13 wreaths to get you inspired for October. I’ll be sure to post the creation I’m sure to come up with. Until then…