10 Funny and Cute DIY Halloween Wreaths

Show your quirky side by hanging a witty or outrageous wreath on your door. 

Embroidery Hoops

Teal pumpkins symbolize that your giving away allergy-friendly treats. Let the neighborhood know with this easy felt in an embroidery hoop wreath.

Day of the Dead

Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday for remembering lost loved ones celebrated in the days after Halloween. Get the step-by-step instructions >>

Half Moon

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.

Monster

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 >>

Doll Parts

For a look that is a little kitschy and a lot creepy, try covering a wreath with random doll parts and Halloween colored garland.

Flyswatters

Keep the creepy crawly bugs away with this Black Flag and fly-swatter endowed Halloween wreath.

Black Cat

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.

Medusa

Turn trick-or-treaters to stone when they look into the eyes of this Medusa wreath.

Tarot Cards

Pick a card any card, hopefully they'll be some treats and no tricks in your future.

Boo!

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.)

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