10 DIY Halloween Wreaths That Add A Dash Of Fright To Your Door

Whether you aspire to have the scariest house on the block or just can’t get enough of Halloween crafting now that fall is here, add some toil and trouble to your door with one of these DIY Halloween wreaths.

1. Glowing Wreath

Tulle, lights and just a few other items are all you need to bring this wreath to life. It’ll add a pop of color to your door by day, and really becomes spooky at night. Follow this tutorial.

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2. Skull Wreath

This wreath injects some Halloween spirit into your entry without being the tiniest bit tacky. Follow this tutorial.

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3. Skeleton Wreath

We love this rustic wreath featuring a skeleton that practically jumps out at you. Follow this tutorial.

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4. Feathered Wreath

A feather boa fills out and gives texture to this wreath, and lights give it the perfect eerie glow at night. Follow this tutorial.


5. Skeleton Hands Wreath

For a handsome Halloween decoration that won’t break the bank, hit up the dollar store for all you need to make this wreath. Follow this tutorial.

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6. Witch’s Hat Door Hanging

We love the clever elegance of this arrangement, which turns a witch hat into a festive hanging flower vase. Follow this tutorial.

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7. Spider Wreath

If you’re looking for something that’s more cute than scary, this googly-eyed spider is sure to make passersby smile. Follow this tutorial.

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8. Monster Wreath

If monsters are more your thing, try using some tulle to create one for your door! Follow this tutorial.

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9. Wicked Witch Wreath

Wow visitors with this wicked witch wreath that looks elaborate with textured burlap and colorful details, but couldn’t be simpler to make. Follow this tutorial.

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10. Candy Corn Wreath

Let your trick-or-treaters know that your house is where the candy’s at with this candy corn wreath. Follow this tutorial.

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Happy Halloween, folks!

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How To Make Your Own Solar Lanterns

Planning an outdoor backyard party or want to use lighting to set the mood inside? Here’s a way to light up the night with these inexpensive items you can easily find at your local Dollar Store.

These solar lanterns are clean and classy, and will help you save on electricity too as they’re powered by sunlight! (Just charge them up the day before your party by sitting ’em on the patio.)

Here’s What You Will Need

A solar light, glass stones and a mason jar. Yep, that’s it!

How To Make The Lantern

Watch the video below to get the step-by-step instructions. Remember: If you plan to use these lovely, simple luminaries indoors, make sure to set them outside during the day to charge.

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