Saturday, October 6, 2012

A Spooky Halloween Wreath

        I found a SUPER cool wreath from Our Best Bites that inspired me to make myself a new Halloween wreath!

 I didn't do a picture tutorial on it, mostly because you can head over to Our Best Bites for some really great instructions, and then just add embellishments that you like. But here are some basic instructions:

What you will need:
-Small Wreath form (I used pipe insulation from home depot $1)
-Spool of 50 yards of black tulle (bridal section at Joannes)
-Embellishments (I did flowers and feathers)
-Hot glue and scissors

1. If you're using pipe insulation from Home Depot, cut it to make a small wreath form and duct tape together.
2. Start cutting your strips of tulle using one as a pattern for the rest. You want all the tulle pieces to be fairy close in length. Mine were about 12 inches long.
3. Start tying your tulle pieces onto your wreath form using just a regular old knot, pushing tulle together as you go. 
4. Hot glue your fun embellishments to the wreath. I used feathers, ribbon flowers, and silk flowers (the white ones I spray painted BLACK! 


  1. I don't think I've ever seen such a classy Halloween Wreath! Love it and I'm pinning it! Thanks for sharing.

  2. I love this wreath! I love that purple flower! I'd love for you to share this at my new linky party, Submarine Sunday. I hope you'll stop by!


  3. This looks so great! I always see awesome wreaths and think I need to make more...but never do!

  4. I love your wreath. I guess I read the same tutorial as you during the week. And as it was raining here this weekend I had made up my mind to create my own... But the store was out of black tulle... So, rain check!

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  8. I found your blog through and had to grin when I saw your wreath. I have the EXACT same flowers and color scheme on mine! Love it! Twinner Wreaths!

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