Elaine is an avid crafter who enjoys celebrating holidays with beautiful DIY decorations and gifts.
Make a Boo-tiful Wreath!
During fall, we celebrate Halloween, and as fright night gets closer, we can begin to decorate with all sorts of fun and spooky items. You can stock up on Halloween-colored items to make your wreath with from the local dollar store to keep this project budget friendly.
Halloween wreaths are an ideal way to welcome guests to your home. Decide whether or not you want to go for a creepy look designed especially for Halloween or a wreath that will take you all through fall, including October 31st. You can incorporate pumpkins, witch hats, and even spiders to achieve the look you want, and kids will love helping too! So check out these awesome Halloween wreaths for your front door.
Purchase a witch hat and make a wonderful fall and Halloween display for your door. Items you may want on display include pumpkins, witches' legs, and maybe some faux leaves in black and orange.
You can make this spooky spiderweb wreath with items found at the dollar store. Items needed include a wire wreath, ribbon, and a spider in a web to glue in the center.
Tulle Pumpkin Wreath
A tulle pumpkin wreath is perfect for fall and Halloween. Purchase some orange tulle and gather it around a wreath form. You can then adorn it with a big burlap bow on the top and an arrangement of faux leaves on the bottom.
Hocus Pocus Wreath
Make this glorious wreath by adding a mini broom and shiny orange spiders to a black vine wreath. You can then add plenty of black and orange ribbons to really make it stand out. It will be perfect on your door all through fall.
Purchase the spooky serving spoons from your local dollar store for the bony hands on this wreath.
Purple and Black Witch
Purple and black are popular colors for the season, and it's easy to see why. The mini broom in the center is just perfect and balances perfectly with the little hat at the top of the wreath.
Cute Witch Wreath
Create your own piece of art with this idea. Start with a vine wreath and work with colors such as black, purple, green, and orange. You can purchase a witch to go on the wreath from your local dollar store.
Deco Mesh Wreath
Stock up on deco mesh from your dollar store and make this fine creation. You can layer ribbons and baubles on top, and don't forget a witch hat.
It wouldn't be Halloween without a ghost and a boo. You can make a ghost from an old white pillowcase and purchase a sign that says "boo."
Dollar Store Halloween Wreath
Make a dollar tree witch hat wreath and add witch's legs at the bottom. You can wrap ribbons and deco mesh in Halloween colors around the wreath and hot glue on creepy items, such as eyeballs, too.
A green sparkly pumpkin is a perfect way to decorate your door all through fall and Halloween. The witch's legs coming from underneath almost make this look like a cute pumpkin witch!
Cute Spider Wreath
Eight black jumbo fluffy pipe cleaners make up the legs on this super cute spider wreath—it's so easy to make, and kids will love helping to make it too.
For a macabre touch, make a wreath that resembles a gravestone. You could make it from papier-mâché and then spray paint it in black. Adorn it with whatever decorations you want to include.
Witch's Cauldron Wreath
This is another clever and unique take on a Halloween witch's cauldron wreath. The bubbles made of Christmas ornaments and the black spider web in the background are so eye-catching.
Skeleton Halloween Wreath
This skeleton Halloween wreath is reminiscent of the film Beetlejuice. The silver and black striped pumpkins really add a touch of glamour to the overall look.
Lighted Halloween Wreath
Lighted Halloween wreaths are the perfect way to add a glow to your decor through fall. You can achieve this look by purchasing battery-operated fairy lights to add to your wreath.
Mirror Frame Skull Wreath
Such a different style for Halloween, and the colors are stunning. You can usually purchase mirror-like frames at Hobby Lobby. Also, check flea markets, junk stores, garage sales, and used furniture stores.
This tulle wreath was made using supplies from the dollar store!
Orange and Black
Pump up the glamour with this black feather wreath.
To recreate this idea, it takes two feather boas, 10 styrofoam balls, some wiggly eyes- Change to a lime green boa with orange and purple mesh ribbon and Halloween things other than eyes to change it up.
Elaine Byers (author) on May 11, 2021:
Thanks for commenting Sp Greaney , you make a great point , making your own wreath is so much fun too!
Sp Greaney from Ireland on May 06, 2021:
I definitely feel that if you want a wreath for Halloween that you have to be creative and make your own. I never see any for sale here in the stores around October. I like the witches hat one.