10 Great Halloween DIY Wreaths

10 wreaths

So I’ve been spending time on Pinterest looking for Halloween wreath ideas to get ready for my annual Halloween Party. I wanted to share my favorites with you in case you’re looking for ideas to spruce up your door this Halloween. There are so many beautiful and easy DIY wreaths that I had such a hard time choosing just 10, but here’s my list. Click on any of the pictures to be taken to the amazing blogs that shared these wreaths on Pinterest.

10 Great Halloween DIY Wreaths

One of the wreaths I loved was this felt Pumpkin Wreath from Twodaloo. It’s great because You can put it up now and use it all the fall season.


And what about this majestic Crow’s Feathers Wreath from Garden Therapy. I think it gives a great eerie vibe for Halloween!  





Another fabulous wreath I found was this fluffy Pom Pom Candy Corn Wreath from Little Miss Celebration. I think it’s adorable!


To stay in the candy corn frame of mind here is a Candy Corn Wreath from Trendy Tree. I absolutely love it!


Here’s a burlap Halloween Wrath from Craftaholics Anonymous , I love the look that the burlap gives.


Another favorite I found was this Giant Googly Eye Wreath from Positively Splendid. I totally love how cute it is!


Here is one that caught my eye because it can also be used all season long. It’s the Mesh Pumpkin Wreath from Watch Me Daddy

Here is a wreath that I wouldn’t have imagined. It’s made from canning lid rings! It’s the Halloween Washi Tape and Mason Jar Rings Wreath from Made From Pinterest


Ribbon wreaths are a weakness of mine so I just had to include one in this list. This one is the Halloween Ribbon Wreath from Landee See, Landee Do


Another wreath I loved was the Fabric Strip Wreath from Growing Up Gabel.  I love the fullness that this wreath has!


I loved how the tutorials for all these wreaths were easy to understand. I will definitely be trying out one of them. When I do I’ll be sure to share it! To visit any of the tutorials on the wreaths above just click on the pictures. Now to see what other decorations DIYs I find on Pinterest…:)

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