Make a sweet-yet-scary Halloween wreath! The base of your wreath is a metal ring, along with moss and a branch. Use Panduro's Boo Bats DIY kit to make the adorable bats, and cut out the leaves from pieces of felt. Use a hot glue gun to glue the wreath components together. This is a fun, easy Halloween craft for all ages.
Do you dare knock on this door? The monster might snap at your fingers when you reach out for the doorbell! Yikes! With a polystyrene wreath as a base, tissue paper, hobby card, and huge, horrifying eyes, you too can make a frighteningly fun Halloween wreath. This Halloween wreath is guaranteed to be a hit when the kids come trick-or-treating at the door.
This cute and scary wreath is super fun and easy to make. Start by covering the straw wreath with spiderwebs. Then decorate the little pumpkins with eyes and spiderwebs and attach them to the wreath with a hot glue gun. We hung one pumpkin with a few threads of spiderweb. Then attach spiders to the pumpkins and wreath, and hang the wreath with a black satin ribbon. Sweet or scary, you choose!
Make a spectacular black wreath with terrifying decor for Halloween. A round polystyrene frame is the perfect starting point. First paint it with black Hobbylack, apply two coats for best results. Let dry. Then attach black feathers to the lower half. Split them into two parts and begin at the top, working your way down, so that the thicker ends are hidden as you go and meet in the middle. In the middle, glue on the skulls to which you've attached little paper flowers. We recommend using a glue gun to attach the material. We painted our flowers with Hobbylack in different colours first. Paint them before gluing them to the skulls. Glue them on after they have dried.
Make a scary wreath for Halloween with staring eyes. The wreath form is made of polystyrene and easy to work with. Start by painting it black and leave to dry. Meanwhile, take some polystyrene balls and halve them. Rub on eyes in different colours from the rub-ons sheet. Next, glue the halves to the painted wreath (once dry). To finish, decorate with spider web. Maybe your wreath will be so spooky, that no one will dare come trick or treating if you hang it on the door?