Halloween! Have you decorated yet? Have any traditional decorations that you display in your home or even in your yard? We do not SOOOO I decided to get crafty this weekend and create something perfect for our front door! I am finding myself in love with Door Wreaths recently – a perfect addition to our home.
Feathered Halloween Door Wreath
While I am in love with all things Door Wreath I really do not have time to spend hours on a wreath so while I was feeling crafty I headed to my local Michaels and found a way to get our home ready for Halloween but on a great budget and in less than an hour!
Items You Will Need:
Foam Wreath – I used a 16 inch
Glue Gun and Hot Glue
4 yards of boa feathers (I found 2 different colored ones on SALE!)
Embellishments of your choice – see the glitter spiders! Fun!
Like I said, this took me way less than an hour to create, which is the reason I love it. To start your wreath take one of the boas and start the wreath by hot gluing the end to the foam wreath. Let set for just a minute.
Next, simply wrap the boa around the wreath, covering all the foam. Start the second boa the same as the first. Again, making sure to cover all of the foam wreath. Hot Glue the ends in order for the feathered Boa to stay put. Simple!
The last step is to decorate the wreath with the embellishments. I strategically hot glued the spiders into the feathers.
Once decorated to your taste, simply hang up and enjoy!!
I love the Orange and Purple color combo for Halloween. It brings so much more color to the dark holiday.
Do you have any plans for crafting this Halloween?
This came out fabulous! I really love it!!
I love it!
Amanda McMahon says
This is an awesome wreath – very festive and bright! What a great craft. Heck, each kid can like make one too (for their room!)
Molly Wagner says
Seriously so great, you made it look so easy! I'm pinning now, thanks for sharing your idea, I love it!
Laura Funk says
Ok! This is super cute. I am featuring my fall one this week and then my halloween idea next week! Love this though and pinning for sure!
CONNIE SOWARDS commenting: I saw a Halloween wreath that reminded me of this one that you created and I thought I wish I knew where they got it from because I wanted it. So, I'm so glad you shared how you did this wreath so now I can do my own! Thanks.