October is Halloween month, which means decorating the home with spooky decor is a priority on our agenda! The goal is to create decorative pieces that will scare your neighbors but amaze the kids who will come trick-or-treating on the scariest night of the year. Wreaths have long been one of the most popular elements on people’s front doors! Follow the tradition and find the inspiration among these epic and creepy DIY Halloween wreaths!
Dollar Store Halloween Skull Wreath
Made almost entirely with dollar store supplies, this Halloween wreath will look perfect on your door. It even lights up! All you need is a few basic craft supplies and you’ll be ready to greet all the ghosts and goblins at your doorstep! Get the tutorial from Tried & True.
Spooky Glam Halloween Dollar Store Wreath
Add a little bit of Halloween flair to your front door with this easy-to-make spooky glam Halloween Dollar Tree wreath. Get the tutorial from The DIY Mommy.
Copper and Aqua Gradient DIY Pumpkin Wreath
Learn how to make this easy DIY pumpkin wreath with a grapevine wreath and lightweight faux pumpkins painted turquoise with a copper gradient. Love modern fall decor! Get the tutorial from Dans le Lakehouse.
Easy Halloween Wreath Made With Dollar Spot Items
This easy to make and inexpensive Halloween Wreath is made with items from the dollar spot but looks like a pricey wreath you could buy at a boutique. Get the tutorial from Simply Designing.
Colorful Halloween Wreath
Once you decide to just jump in and go for the color, this rainbow-hued beauty comes together in a snap. And it’s a fun alternative if you’re not into the usual black-orange-purple Halloween situation. Get the tutorial from Lovely Indeed.
DIY Cartoon Eyeball Halloween Wreath
This DIY Cartoon Eyeball Halloween Wreath suits your bright white, super colorful aesthetic, yet still feels appropriately spooky ahead of Halloween! Get the tutorial from Dream Green DIY.
DIY Spider Web Halloween Wreath
Create a spooky glam spider web Halloween wreath made with glittery skulls, spanish moss, and fabric flowers. Get the tutorial from A Pumpkin And A Princess.
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