Monday, October 12, 2015

Easy Halloween Wreath

Last Fall I wanted to send my daughter-in-law some holiday items for her birthday (November 3rd).  I didn't have a problem sending her gift out early--she is like me and loves Halloween and to decorate for it!  I found a few little decorations as I visited craft stores and such but had a large straw wreath I had bought sometime back and decided to decorate it for her.

I bought some 4" black burlap ribbon, 1/2" wide Trick or Treat and checked ribbon.  I already had the Jack O'Lantern buttons and  the small spiders so set to work. I used a bit of hot glue to hold the burlap in place initially as I wrapped it around, then added more hot glue to hold it in place (on back of wreath so as not to show).  I then wrapped the two smaller ribbon around and again used the glue to hold.  Then it was time to add the embellishments!

I used a dot of glue to add the pumpkin and spider buttons.  I didn't want to add a bow so added a 2" wide piece of orange ribbon and then pinned on a Halloween brooch (do people still use that word) that I had in my jewelry--I have a lot of Halloween earrings, bracelets, etc.!

My daughter-in-law was pretty happy with the wreath--these are photos she took of it hanging on the front door.  I enjoy it when I already have most of the materials I need and can just craft a about you?

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  1. This is a very pretty wreath for Halloween, thanks for linking it up with us at #OMGHWW

  2. So cute! Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned!

  3. That sound so nice and easy to make. Thanks for sharing at the Happy Fall party. Pinned.

  4. Adorable! It looks so easy & fun to make. I found you over at Wonderful Wednesdays on Ducks 'n a Row. If you get a chance, I'd love for you to come by & share your posts on Crafty Creators Link Party. It's open Thursdays at 6am CST through Mondays at 11:59pm. I found you on Wonderful Wednesdays & I'm sure my readers would love to fine you too! Hope to see you there!
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