So, are you ready for Halloween? I am going to confess this year I am a little late decorating for Halloween. I’ve been really busy working on some home improvement projects around the house  but this weekend I am ready to take a break and have some fun decorating our entrance and front porch. Last week I shared over at eighteen25 my new Halloween Wreath and today I am bringing it back home. This is the wreath that I am going to hang on my front door.

Halloween DIY Wreath Tutorial at

This wreath was super easy to make. Let me show you what you’ll need:

A wire wreath, 1 yard of white, grey, and black tulle, and

any embellishments you would like to use to decorate.

Halloween Wreath Materials

The first thing you want to do is cut your tulle about two inches wide and about six inches long.

You can always trim the layers later if you think they are too long.

Halloween Wreath Tutorial

When you have all of your pieces cut, start tying them to the wire.

I noticed it was easier to work from the outside to the inside of the wreath…

Halloween Wreath Step 1

I hope you are watching a good show while doing this part since it takes a while to finish all the layers.

Start with black, then the gray, then white and finish with black again.

Halloween Wreath Step 2

When you are done add your embellishments. I chose a glittered skull from the Dollar Store.

I gave it a bit of a makeover. You know, girls like to look good… I think she looks fantastic!

And just like that you are done… Time to hang up your new Halloween Wreath!

Halloween Wreath Tutorial

Well we are now officially in October, I hope by now you are seriously thinking about decorating

and bringing some spooky touches to your home.

For more decor ideas make sure to check out our DIY Halloween Projects

Halloween Decor and Crafts at

Also I love all of these ideas here. These DIY Halloween Projects are amazing!

Best DIY Halloween ideas

And for some Halloween fun check out our Monster Pencils and Free Printables here.

Halloween DIY Monster Pencils

I love Halloween!

Thank you so much for visiting with me today!



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