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28 Best Halloween Wreaths to Make

Loraine loves arts and crafts and used to volunteer at an elementary art class. She loves sharing fun and easy craft tutorials.


If you're looking for a great Halloween wreath to make, have I got some outstanding Halloween wreath craft ideas to share with you. I searched on Google to find Halloween wreath ideas for crafting that showed a picture of the wreath and directions for making the wreath.

All the Halloween wreaths shown also have the site address included, so you can go directly to the instructions. I hope this saves you precious time for doing the actual crafting instead of spending the time hunting for ideas and directions. The directions for making an ornament wreath is found here.


1. Spider Web Wreath

Making a spider web wreath like this one is easy and inexpensive. The Dollar Store is a great place to buy the fixins'.


2. Halloween Door Art

I guess this isn't exactly a wreath, but it is door décor, so I think it should be included here. If you want to make a Halloween display like this, go to Mighty Crafty for the tutorial.


3. Felt Wreath

Orange and black are known as Halloween colors, and this strips wreath uses them to perfection. Buttons Galore is the place to find the tutorial for making this beautiful Halloween wreath.


4. Black Burlap

Burlap is such a popular fabric to use in crafts and Halloween and the Fall season is a great time to incorporate it into your decorations. Here is an attractive wreath made using burlap with a colorful Boo added. Find the instructions for this wreath at craftaholics anonymous.


5. Cut Ribbon Wreath

This will make a beautiful Halloween wreath, but just imagine the ribbon being in another color. Very easy and very elegant looking. Find the instructions for this project at The Long Thread.


6. Creepy, Crawly and Cute

The boys will love this wreath because most girls are scared to death of spiders. Help a boy in your life make this crawly wreath. All you need is a white wreath form, cheese cloth, a few fake spiders and a couple small, scary skeletons to make this cute Halloween wreath. Wrap the form with strips of cheese cloth, glue the spiders here and there and place skeletons at the bottom. Easy and inexpensive.

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7. Black Tissue Flowers and Bats

I really like this wreath, I'm impressed with the use of black tissue paper on it. A great tutorial for making the flowers is also found here at Crafty Chick.


8. Black Wreath In Chains

The chain used on this wreath was bought at a dollar store and spray painted. A unique and outstanding Halloween wreath that is extremely easy to make. Find the directions at the V spot.


9. Eye See You

This is a fun wreath that uses googly eyes and the word Boo to make it special. You'll find the directions on The Country Chic Cottage site.


10. Bath Scrubber Wreath

You can almost use anything for making Halloween wreaths. You'll use bath scrubbers to make this wreath with the help of instructions at dollar store crafts.


11. Mesh and Spider Wreath

Find the instructions for making this mesh and spider wreath at Doodle Craft Blog. I think huge google eyes on the spider would look good too.

12. Cute and Easy Autumn Wreath


13. Halloween Rag Wreath

Use all the Halloween fabric scraps from other craft projects to make this wreath, or two yards total, in four different prints. Then go to Sassy Sanctuary for the directions.


14. Black Twig Wreath

I would never have thought to use twigs to make a wreath, but after seeing this project I can even imagine the idea for other holidays other than just Halloween. Find the directions for this twig wreath at deliacreates.


15. Halloween Twig Wreath

The quick and easy directions for this Halloween wreath with spiders and spider webs can be found at Woman’sDay.


16. Mesh Ribbon Halloween Wreath

This is a really popular wreath this year. You'll find the directions at SEW STYLISH BOUTIQUE.


17. Lacy Halloween Wreath

Just see what a bit of lace will do. If you want a more elegant wreath to decorate with, this is a great idea. Go to Craftily Ever After to see how it is made.


18. Bones, Bones, Dem Bones

This little guy looks like he's besides himself. To find out how to arrange these bones to make a wreath, go to Ready, Set, Craft.


19. Toothpick and Ball Ornament Wreath

This is a beautiful wreath that you'll have to check out the site to see how interesting this will be to make. Go to the MAGIC of Ordinary Things to find the instructions.


20. Orange Yarn and Spiders Wreath

The hardest part about making this wreath would be wrapping on the yarn. See the instructions at Just Us FOUR.

21. Make a Halloween Mesh Wreath


22. Witch Wreath

It's always fun to have a witch wreath to help celebrate the Halloween season. The tutorial for making this one is found at The Hair Bow.


23. Burlap and Bugs

I'm a big fan of anything made using burlap, so of course I really like this burlap and spiders wreath.


24. Cupcake Liner Wreath

Imagine all the different Halloween cupcake liner choices in design and colors. Then make this cute wreath following the directions at Mod Podge Rocks.


25. The Witch Is In

Make your own "The Witch is in" wreath using the instructions at Lolly Jane.


26. Pine Cone Monster Wreath

I have lots of pine cones so this is a wreath that I plan on making this Halloween. The tutorial for this project is found at Craftaholics Anonymous.


27. Vintage Halloween Wreath

Who wouldn't love to display this outstanding crocheted wreath. Go to Repeat Crafter Me for the tutorial. This will become a family heirloom.


28. Ghosties Wreath

Although these little guys really don't look very scary, the ghosties wreath is a mighty cute Halloween decoration.

© 2012 Loraine Brummer

Hang a wreath on your door, - then leave a comment

anonymous on September 29, 2013:

Thanks for the fun ideas!

Leah J. Hileman from East Berlin, PA, USA on September 27, 2013:

Wow, it's amazing how many creative ideas are floating out there. Each one so unique!

anonymous on September 26, 2013:

Nice wreath ideas!

mommateaches on September 21, 2013:

I never would have imagined so many possibilities for Halloween wreaths!

anonymous on September 19, 2013:

So simple!

anonymous on September 18, 2013:

I loved the idea !

anonymous on September 18, 2013:

I LOVE the Halloween wreaths you found. I now know, also, how to make a pretty bow! Next time you have a work party, put on some of my Halloween music.

anonymous on September 18, 2013:

@anonymous: Wreaths are usually thought of as a Christmas tradition.It's an interesting twist.

anonymous on September 17, 2013:

Wow I never really seen any Halloween wreathes. I really liked the creepy, crawler, cute wreath and the bones. This Halloween will be great. Thanks for the ideas!!!

TommysPal on September 17, 2013:

I really like the spooky Halloween wreath and the Halloween wreath with lights. Lots of great ideas!

Cloudspotting on September 17, 2013:

I like the glittered berries wreath best, simple and effective and I think even reusable for Christmas!

Fiorenza from UK on September 17, 2013:

I love these wreaths. The spidery ones are the most scary.

ghoststorylover on September 16, 2013:

@ghoststorylover: (The creepy, crawly, and cute one!) :)

Kerry Voronoff from Sydney, Australia on September 16, 2013:

I love all these wreaths. I always have trouble affixing wreaths to my front door as I don't want to ruin said door by putting a hook on it.

ghoststorylover on September 16, 2013:

How very cute! I love the one with the spiders and the skeletons the best!

Meganhere on September 16, 2013:

I really like the black ribbon wreath and also Dem Bones. Cool lens.

ChocolateLily on September 16, 2013:

Interesting ideas!

anonymous on September 16, 2013:

Very creative!!! I especially am extra fond of the black twin wreath!!

thecrochetcubby on September 16, 2013:

Thank you for this lens. Just the other day my five year old son decided he wants to make a Halloween Wreath. This lens has given me more than a few ideas.

anonymous on September 16, 2013:

Super Cute! :)

NoProblemmo on September 16, 2013:

Very creative. I particularly love the ones with spiders.

Angela F from Seattle, WA on August 25, 2012:

Several of these are very cool! *blessed

JJNW from USA on August 22, 2012:

These are really cool! What a fun idea.

DecoratingEvents on August 21, 2012:

Some gorgeous Halloween wreaths here! May have to try my hand at one...

Susan Deppner from Arkansas USA on August 21, 2012:

Wow, what an amazing assortment of great Halloween wreaths!