Paint a polystyrene wreath black and let dry.
Make tassels out of black tissue paper: Fold a sheet of tissue paper lengthwise twice, so that you end up with a four-layer strip measuring about 12 cm wide. Cut up one long side, so that you have one side with four cut edges. Cut centimetre-wide fringe, stopping about 1.5 cm from the folded edge. Cut off the piece after the fifth fringe. Unfold the piece, twist it together, and fold it in half to create a tassel.
Poke small holes in the polystyrene wreath. Place a dab of glue in the holes and poke in the tassels. Arrange the fringe here and there on the front of the wreath until it is covered.
Cut out two hands from black hobby card. Pull them over the edge of a table, so that they curve a bit, and glue them to the back of the wreath, reaching out towards the guests.
Cut out big, sharp teeth from white hobby card and glue them to the back of the wreath, giving the monster a huge, scary grin.
Glue big eyes to the front of the wreath.
Hang the Halloween wreath on your door with a black ribbon.
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.