It may seem early for some but I’m officially declaring that spooky season is here! I have so many fun things planned for y’all that I can’t wait to share. First up on the list is this Not So Spooky Halloween Wreath, which is super inexpensive to make since I found most of the materials at Dollar Tree! Keep on scrolling to learn how to create your own!
- Dollar Tree Metal Wreath Form (Linked similar here)
- Dollar Tree “Boo” Sign
- Dollar Tree Wooden Cutout Ghosts
- Dollar Tree Black Metallic Pipe Cleaners (Linked similar here)
- Dollar Tree Spider
- Dollar Tree Pink Ribbon (Linked similar here)
- Dollar Tree pink pompoms (Linked similar here)
- Black Yarn
- Star and Moon Tulle
- Glitter Paper
- Gold Star Garland
- Pink Paint
- White Paint
- Black Felt
- Hot Glue
- Pompom Maker
I highly suggest buying your materials at Dollar Tree to keep the price as low as possible!
Start by making your pompoms using this handy dandy pompom maker. Keep making pompoms until your hand falls off…and then make some more. Ha! But really, you will need quite a few to create a full wreath!
Tie each pompom to the wreath frame. Bunch them together and vary the sizes to get more depth in your wreath.
Once your wreath is about 3/4 full, wrap the remaining side with yarn to create a “flat” base for your “Boo” sign.
Paint your sign and let dry. Be sure to paint those edges, too! Also, please excuse my super glamorous workspace!
Once your sign is dry, hot glue it to the flat portion of your wreath.
Now comes the fun part! Add in all of your decorative elements! The fuller, the better! I used my glitter paper to cut out stars and then hot glued them to my wreath. I also added pipe cleaners, pompoms, star garland, and more to add more depth to my wreath!
I finished off my wreath by adding the Dollar Tree spider to the middler and cutting out some little bats from my black felt. I love how it turned out and can’t wait to hear what y’all think!
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