A standard wreath form is wrapped in yarn then adorned with horns and one giant eyeball to create an adorable way to greet trick-or-treaters.
This is the kind of monster you want to hug rather than run away from. Invite trick-or-treaters to your door with a one-eyed wink and a smile.
Wrap a portion of the wreath form in fun fur. Use a hot-glue gun to attach.
One section at a time, wrap the yarn around the ring base applying glue as you go on the backside. Feel free to add stripes or choose one solid color. Wrap until you reach the fur on both sides.
Cut out horns from stiffened craft felt and glue onto both sides of the foam. If you want to add decorative yarn pompoms now is the time.
Glue a large eye (or two) onto the fun fur.
Hang your monster wreath and show your Halloween spirit.
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