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Roundup: 10 DIY Halloween Garlands And Wreaths

by on Oct 10, 2013

Craftaholics Anonymous

Halloween is fast approaching, which means there isn’t much time left to  decorate your entryway. So to make it easy on you, we’ve rounded up ten spooky garlands and wreaths that will knock your socks right off.   

A string of triangle banners and a black wreath with black and orange balls.

1. This orange and black burlap bunting is a classy, subtle way to add some Halloween spirit to your home. Find out how to make one here. [Photo: Ella Claire]

2. This black feather wreath is bold and elegant, yet still festive and inviting. Better yet, it won’t cost you an arm and a leg! Check out the tutorial here. [Photo: A Kristen Runs Through It]   

A round puffy white wreath with spiders crawling on it, orange and white and black beads strung garland, and orange and yellow flag and black and white dotted Garland

3. Make a wreath out of coffee filters and fake spider webs… here are the instructions. [Photo: Lil’ Luna]

4. This colorful garland can be made using scraps of paper that you have lying around. Here’s the tutorial. [Photo: Please Note]

5. This mini garland is made using baker’s twine and washi tape. Check out the simple tutorial here. [Photo: Jader Bomb]

Crow decorated Halloween wreath next to line of paper bats.

6. Make one of these black crow wreaths using these instructions. [Photo: Design Dump]

7. A paper bat banner will add some Halloween spirit to your home. Find out more here. [Photo: Dream State]

A hanging donut shaped ornament next to two other decorative ornaments.

8. I love the way the spider dangles from this yarn wreath. Find the free pattern here. [Photo: Lion Brand]

9. Spell out your own custom Halloween message with this fun banner idea. [Photo: Sweet Something Designs]

10. Last but not least, add a chalkboard to a black feather wreath to write your own scary message to your visitors. Find out how to make one here. [Photo: Craftaholics Anonymous]

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