Get in the Halloween Spirit with some spooky DIY Halloween Wreaths. A DIY Halloween wreath is the best way to get the look you want without spending too much.
Decorate your door for Halloween with a creative spooky DIY wreath that the kids will love helping you make!
Below are 12 inspirational ideas to get the creative juices rolling for some awesome Halloween Wreaths to spook the trick-or-treaters!
12 Boo-tiful DIY Halloween Wreath Tutorials
Witches Legs Wreath by Country Chic Cottage is a quick and easy Halloween project that you can do and it will look great in your home.
Happy! Halloween Wreath Tutorial by Tatertots & Jello is a not so scary cute polka dots and glitter Halloween wreath that will look great on your front door.
Creepy Crow Wreath by The Tiptoe Fairy has all the Halloween creepiness with a crow, bones and a few spiders thrown in to.
Creepy Spider Wreath by Happy Hour project features creepy, tarantula-like spiders and you can easily add more to it to make it your own.
Halloween Candy Wreath by Uncommon Designs is an awesome Halloween candy wreath that would be the perfect gift for teachers, friends or anyone who loves Halloween!
Glow in the Dark Halloween Wreath by Practically Functional has a fake witch hand and some creepy crawly bugs and it looks great at night glowing in the dark.
Halloween Ornament Wreath by Where the Smiles Have Been has a really fun orange and black color scheme wreath with some bright purple and green scattered in. Looks great hanging on the front door.
Classy Black Wreath by Blooming Homestead is super easy and affordable to make and provides a full tutorial showing you how to recreate one for your home.
Googly Eye Wreath by By Dawn Nicole has a cute and glittery googly eyes wreath that is simple but fun and will look great as part of your Halloween decorations.
Spooky Skull Wreath by Diva of DIY has a Video Tutorial for Step by Step Direction for a Spooky Halloween Wreath!
Skeleton Hands Wreath by Tried and True is an inexpensive Dollar Store Wreath that was featured in Better Homes & Garden’s Halloween Tricks & Treats
Monster Pinecone Wreath by Craftaholics Anonymous uses pinecones to create a monster Halloween wreath that looks really awesome hanging on the front door.