My favorite time of fall is creating a whimsical Halloween wreath and Halloween decor. Who loves to decorate the house and yard for Halloween? I sure do!
My daughter, Olivia, and I have been having a blast in our creative fall adventure. We have been staying up late to make a ton of unique Fall and Halloween decor items. Please join us on our fall crafting journey by signing up for our Fall Inspiration Newsletter. You don’t want to miss a thing.
How to Make a Halloween Wreath
If you have been following my blog, you know I love black and white, which means Halloween will have black and white decorations.
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Paint the Grapevine Wreath
I started this wreath by gathering the ribbon, floral picks, and a grapevine wreath form. I noticed that I did not like how the browns of the grapevine wreath looked with the black and white of everything else. What to do?
I used my favorite black Rust-oleum paint and gave my grapevine wreath a Halloween makeover.
You can see in the photo below how the black paint really makes a difference.
I had to add this photo too so you can see the difference a coat of paint made.
Halloween wreath supplies
- Grapevine wreath form
- 1 Ribbon
- 2 Ribbon
- 3 Ribbon
- 4 Ribbon
- Floral pick (mini pumpkins, branches, pom poms)
- Plastic Spiders
- Floral wire
- 2 Floral leaves
- Wire cutters (my favorite)
- Cordless glue gun (every crafter must have)
- Rust-oleum paint
Now that the paint is dry I am ready to begin assembling the wreath.
Grapevine wreaths are the easiest to use for wreath making since you can easily move elements around before permanently attaching them. I moved these black and white pumpkins around until I liked how they looked. Then I added the black pom-pom pick and then I made the bow.
I cut my ribbons for the bow. See the video for my complete how to make this gorgeous 4 ribbon bow.
And then I added black branches and black leaves.
This simple but gorgeous black and white Halloween wreath are perfect for my Halloween decorating.
You might also like this easy Dollar Tree Halloween Door Hanger
This super easy and budget-friendly door hanger was made by my daughter, Olivia. You can see her complete how-to on her blog. Those cute Hocus Pocus signs are my Rae Dunn-inspired signs you can see how to make some on this earlier post.
More Halloween decorating ideas
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