10 Funny and Cute DIY Halloween Wreaths
Show your quirky side by hanging a witty or outrageous wreath on your door.
Teal pumpkins symbolize that your giving away allergy-friendly treats. Let the neighborhood know with this easy felt in an embroidery hoop wreath.
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Cut plywood or foam board into the shape of a crescent moon for this vintage-inspired Halloween wreath. Don’t forget to hang a bat (or spider) from the moon.
Non-traditional colors, a single eye and fun fur make this homemade monster wreath more loveable than horrifying. Take a look at the step-by-step instructions >>
For a look that is a little kitschy and a lot creepy, try covering a wreath with random doll parts and Halloween colored garland.
Keep the creepy crawly bugs away with this Black Flag and fly-swatter endowed Halloween wreath.
This fuzzy black cat could not possibly be bad luck. This wreath couldn't be easier to make – pipe cleaner whiskers, fun fur ears and a ready-made bowtie.
Turn trick-or-treaters to stone when they look into the eyes of this Medusa wreath.
Pick a card any card, hopefully they'll be some treats and no tricks in your future.
Large letters from the craft store are covered with painted eyeballs and strung together to make a door-sized wreath with a spooky message. ("Eek" is another fun option.)