DIY Halloween wreath

Did you make you Halloween wreath already? Maybe I am posting it late, I meant to do it earlier, but something came up) I hope you will try this one anyway, it is a good idea for creating with children.

We will need:

  • Swimming noodle from Dollar tree ( I used red, it fits to my set of color)
  • Ping Pong balls (pack of six, I got it in Dollar tree)
  • Black light fabric, like tulle or organza
  • Glue gun
  • Glue
  • Black tape and transparent
  • Super glue
  • Markers( black, blur, red)
  • Wire

Bend the noodle and glue edges together with super glue, glue gun, for better results, I also taped around with transparent tape and black on the top (black does not stick too much to this material, so will not hold it).

Make a hook for hanging it with a wire, I bent it around and twisted from both sides, taped on the top if the wire.

Now my favorite. Cut black fabric on stripes of your choice, I did not do long and did not measure, I was making double knots and left some pieces to stick out of the wreath.

You can do how you want, I used glue gun if I did not like how piece of fabric looked, in general, just knots. I did not tale picture behind, it looks good with red color under.

Fun part, take ping pong balls, draw eyes and glue with glue gun in random places you think will look good. You can add some extra details, I thought to glue plastic bones, but Dollar tree was empty) You can add lights and some notes.

Published by nadiiag

Hi, my name is Nadiia. I am from Ukraine. I cannot live without sport, healthy food, art and just interesting things. Of course I love to share it) I have tried many things, I wish to try more and more, it never stops) I have so many interests that I am going crazy already) I sewing underwear, do some paintings and other handmade, love cooking and eating that! Of course, I enjoy if my information and my creations are useful to someone.

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