Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday! I can’t wait to make one of these cute Halloween wreaths for the front of my door.
This is my first Halloween collection of the year, and I tell you, I’m very excited! Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday of the year.
And since one of my favorite craft activities is to make wreaths, this was a no-brainer. I want to make a few wreaths this year, and given what I’ve seen from searching around, I might have to make 15.
I love all of these Halloween wreaths, for different reasons, and I think you’ll love them too. Scroll down to see them. Which one would you love to make?
DIY Halloween Wreaths
Three Minute Bats
This wreath takes just a few minutes, all you need are some precut bat shapes.
If you have a wreath in need of a makeover, this one is easy with spray paint.
For a pretty version of a Halloween wreath, add big bows in orange and black.
Baker’s Twine Spiders
Black and white baker’s twine is such a fun craft supply! Show it off with this wreath.
Get the step-by-step at Popper & Mimi
There are a lot of glitter spiders on this wreath, but that’s exactly what I love about it.
Use colorful stockings along with foam balls to create this fun wreath.
Find the step-by-step at Seeing Things
This wreath is almost too precious for words! You’ll use felt and a scalloped template to make it.
If you can roll paper, then you can make this beautiful door wreath (I love that it’s a unique shape!).
Use yarn for the base, then add sparkly embellishments to make a fun Halloween statement.
The original tutorial is no longer available, so use the photo for inspiration!
You can make these delightfully fun eyeball wreath with craft foam and a feather boa.
Note: while the site featuring this idea is no longer available, you can use the photo for inspiration!
This spooky cameo skeleton wreath is given a vintage feel with lace and pearls.
Who else loves Smarties? Display your favorite candy on a wreath with this tutorial.
I love that this wreath incorporates a lot of purple and gold – and that the raven is glittery!
You can create this spooky wreath in under an hour with just a few supplies.
Lots of yarn in various Halloween colors adds the perfect festive touch to your door.