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Halloween Wreath

Use this step by step picture tutorial to learn how to make a Halloween Wreath.

Halloween Wreath
I made this cute black burlap Halloween wreath and it is so easy to make and the turn out stinkin cute! {see my Christmas version here}

Halloween Wreath Tutorial

Supplies
  • 1.25 yards of black burlap cut into 1″x16″ strips {i used a rotary cutter, but if you want to prevent most of the loose strands, you could use this burlap cutting technique.}
  • 14″ foam wreath ring
  • black paint {i used craft paint, but spray paint would work, too}
  • scissors or rotary cutter
 paint your wreath ring black to hide the green under the burlap.
 when the paint dries, tie the burlap strips around the ring with a double knot.
 overlap the strips a little and bunch them together so you have a full wreath.keep adding strips and arranging until you like the overall look of the wreath.
*note: if you have to untie a strip, don’t plan to use it again. the burlap will basically be shredded.*
 embellish with your SPOoKIEST finds.
i used wooden letters, painted them black, and then mod podged Halloween paper to them.

how to make a halloween wreath

 and there you have one easy, fun Halloween wreath!
sorry for all the super early Halloween posts, but i really want Halloween to come quickly because that means the baby will be here!! :o)

*Davis told me to take my Boo wreath down today. he said people would think i was weird for having it up so early. hehehe it made me laugh!*>added later: In regards to how I attached the Wood BOO letters to the wreath, I simply hot glued them on. To do that, I pulled the ends of the burlap ties back so that I could hot glue the letters to the flat portion of the burlap ties that go around the wreath form. I glued in several different spots to secure the letters.<

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About Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 51
    Theresa says:

    I just happen to have the Styrofoam & I need a Halloween Wreath! This might be the perfect weekend project. Thanks for the tutorial. Have a great weekend!

  2. 52
    natalie says:

    did you hot glue the letter to the wreath after it was all done??? Love the idea

    • 52.1

      Hi Natalie,
      Yes, I hot glued the letters in place. I tried to glue them to the wreath base and not the lose burlap ends. if you have more questions, just let me know.
      thanks for stopping by!
      happy crafting,
      linda

  3. 53
    Meredith says:

    What a wonderful idea! I think I’ll try this one out later this week. Love it!

  4. 54
    angela says:

    I found this site a couple days ago and just went out today to get my supplies.Its super cute,cant wait to try one! I live in a rural area and couldnt find the foam wreath in the 14 inch so Im going to attempt one with the straw wreath…wish me luck! Love your stuff:)

  5. 55
    Dustin says:

    the last letter with the green and grey.. where did you find the pattern?

  6. 56
    Mandy says:

    Is the deminsion of 1″ X 16″ for the burlap strips correct? I wanted to make sure before I started cutting my burlap. It just seems a little long. Thanks for your help!

    • 56.1

      Hi Mandy,
      Yes, that is what the measurement I used. If you are using a foam wreath form similar to mine, it will work just fine. If you have a thinner wreath form {ex: straw} then you will probably need to adjust the measurement to fit your wreath form. Or if you don’t want as much extra around the wreath, go ahead and shorten and adjust so that you like the look! You may want to cut 1 strip, tie it on and see if you like it and then go from there before you commit to cutting your entire piece of burlap.
      happy crafting,
      linda

  7. 57
    Amanda says:

    I was gonna take this and twist it different. instead of the all black and BOO. I was gonna sub out all the black burlap with that of a mixture of fall colors and put up little wooden pumpkins and such as a fall wreath. i just have one question. I am having a hard time finding burlap in a variety of colors can you recommend a website to buy some or do you know of another fabric or material i can use in replace of the burlap. thanks!!

    • 57.1

      Hi Amanda,
      I just barely saw your question. Sorry to be so slow! I get my colored burlap from Joann’s. They have quite a selection. You could also use cotton fabric. the heavier weight the better it will hold its shape. hope this helps!
      happy crafting,
      linda

  8. 58
    Craftyone says:

    featuring this on my blog today, I totally love it! What a cool idea, quick, simple but brilliantly effective!

  9. 59
    Chelsea Khan says:

    Hi Craftaholic! I saw this adorable wreath on Pinterest and just had to recreate it! Just thought I would let you know that I posted about it on my blog and linked back to yours! Thanks for the inspiration!

  10. 60
    Holly says:

    Thanks for the inspiration! I think I can ‘McGyver’ this together with things I have around the house already! I’m thinking of some sparkly black ribbon and orange bows that I have around here somewhere…..

  11. 61
    Chrystal says:

    Hey, I wanted to say I love this project. I didn’t use the burlap,instead I used black flt and i put purple and orange spiders on it, with green and orange butterflies. But I wanted to thankyou for giving me the idea. I am all so going to be trying your paper pumkins. Hope you post more ideas.

  12. 62
    Emily says:

    I found your link through Pinterest a couple of days ago and I went out today and got my supplies to make the wreath! I am so excited as this is my first “craft” project. Thank you so much for the step by step tutorial!

  13. 63
    Nina P says:

    I found your Boo wreath on Pinterest a couple of months ago, and finally made it, finishing tonight! What a fun project, which I have to say turned out really cute! Thanks so much!

  14. 64
    Katie says:

    Hello there. I love this wreath and am currently in the process of making it. I was wondering how you did the colors on the BOO letters. I like to do little crafts but am not, by nature, a very crafty person. ; p Thanks for you help! I can’t wait to get it finished and hung up. : )

  15. 65
    Jami Argyle says:

    Cute idea

  16. 66
    Marti says:

    I love this! Would you mind if I showed it off on my site? :)

  17. 67
    Katie Thurston says:

    I love this wreath! I’m attempting a white one since our door is black. Thought it might look “ghosty”.

  18. 68
    Tammy says:

    Really nice easy also where did you get the black burlap Thank you and by the way how much?

  19. 69
    Tanya says:

    I have all the supplies ready to go but I’m still confused about the measurements for the burlap. Did you just cut it into 16 pieces? Excited to make this but need a little help

  20. 70
    Tracy says:

    I saw this on Pinterest and was really excited but they only pinned a picture not the website. Glad I am finally catching up on my blog reading.
    Thanks for sharing.

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