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Homemade Halloween Decorations are the BEST: Halloween Wreath

Happy FRIDAY!

Are you getting ready for Halloween? I’m loving all the spooky and scary stuff I’ve seen around the blogosphere. So much fun!

Today it’s all about creepy crawlers here at Making Home Base. Creepy Crawly Chevron all wrapped up into a perfect little Halloween Wreath.

Yep, I’m showing the first of my homemade halloween decorations!

homemade halloween decorationsI love Halloween decor that is cute and creepy not gory and frightening. Are you with me? If you’re like me you’ll love this wreath. It’s just the perfect amount of creepy and cute! It’s also very EASY to create! chevron fabric halloween wreathHandmade Halloween Decorations tip #1. Don’t pay $8 for a foam wreath form. Hit up Walmart or the Dollar Tree and grab a $2 pool wreath. Trim of a little bit with a bread knife, and duct tape the ends together. Bam, wreath form.

To cover the wreath I cut strips of chevron fabric about 2 1/2 inches thick. And started wrapping them around the wreath form and securing them with pins. Usually, I use hot glue but I ran out of glue sticks (What the what???) and you know what, I like the pins better.
Spider Halloween WreathThen all that’s left to do is EMBELLISH. I got these glitter spiders at Michaels and was so excited to find the spider web netting in my fabric stash. It was perfect for this wreath. I stretched it out across the back of the wreath and placed a few spooky spiders in the netting. Very creepy crawly, don’t you think? Lastly, I used some white fabric for a little ruffly touch.Halloween Wreath Eek! It’s so fun to get a little creative and make some spooky stuff! See more homemade halloween decorations here.

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15 thoughts on “Homemade Halloween Decorations are the BEST: Halloween Wreath

  1. Hi Chelsea! I just love this wreath! Actually saw it over at The Happy Housie and I think it’s pretty fabulous – black and white is my favorite! Pinning! Hope you have a happy Saturday and a great weekend.

  2. love that wreath! can you tell me about how much fabric you needed? i have a little bit of gray/white chevron that i would love to use on a wreath like that! wonder if i can still find pool noodles this time of year? and, from one military wife to another, than YOU for YOUR service! oh, and i just subscribed to your blog. can’t wait to see what you make next!

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  4. Just joined you in the Simply the Best Fall Link up Party over at Mom 4 Real and I just had to comment on this! It is so creative…I love it! I will be pinning and sharing this on my FB! ~Sonya

  5. You can never have enough Halloween wreaths! This is my favorite part of every holiday is seeing all the cute wreaths!

  6. CUTE! What a perfect Halloween wreath! I love the little ruffle you added– great touch! Hope you’re having a great week, Chelsea!

    ~Abby =)

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