October is here, and my little one is excited to decorate Halloween, this candy thing is really loved around here, LOL; to me I must confess that it is not one of the celebrations that I like, but to please my little one, I will create some things and share them with you; the first one is this Easy Halloween Witch Wreath , to decorate the front door, which you can do with a small budget, taking into account that these last three months of the year we have some celebrations to decorate.
Easy Halloween Witch Wreath
Supllies to make this Easy Halloween Witch Wreath:
- Wreath (Dollar Tree)
- Creepy Cloth (Dollar Tree)
- Halloween Décor (Dollar Tree)
- Cardstock (black, orange, silver, and violet)
- Hot glue
- Silhouette Cameo or Printer and Scissors
- Bats and Trick or Treat templates
- Bobby Pins, pins (optional)
To begin, wrap the wreath with the creppy cloth , I do not use glue, since in my case it stands alone, and I like to reuse materials 😉
For my Easy Halloween Witch Wreath , I bought in Dollar Tree these witch legs, which serve to fit in the wreath , as shown in the photo
However, in Dollar Tree there are many things you can use: pumpkins, skulls, hands, feet, ghosts, and more.
Now you need to download the bats and trick or teat phrase files:
- If you have Silhouette machine, download these files Bats, trick or treat and cut them.
- If you do not have Silhouette machine, download these files Bats, trick or treat, print and cut them
Glue each colored letters over the black ones to make the phrase trick or treat
(As you can notice when I took the picture I had the wording inverted 😀 )
Take each bat and folds its wings to give a 3D effect, as the photo shows
To put the bats in the wreath , you have two options:
- Put some glue and glue them to the wreath in different positions, leaving a free area for the trick or treat phrase.
- In my case, I glued a Bobby pin the back of each bat to put them on the wreath.
With the trick or treat I did the same, used Bobby pins and put them on the wreath
This is how easy you can make this wreath to decorate your front door on Halloween and wait for the little ones when they come for their treats.
This is how my Easy Halloween Witch Wreath turned out:
How do you think it looks on the front door
I hope you like this Easy Halloween Witch Wreath and it inspires you to create one. You can leave a comment and send your Halloween photo Wreath.
If you want to see another halloween wreath, check out my friend Cami from The Crafting Nook for a creepy one!
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