A Sunday surprise: Four Halloween Wreaths and a fun week ahead

I’m not usually here on Sundays, but I’m on Halloween craft overload and I don’t want you to miss any of the great Halloween crafts I’ve found. If you’re looking for Halloween decorating ideas, these four Halloween wreaths just might be the answer. Plus, I wanted to announce the fun week I have planned, starting tomorrow: EEK! It’s Wiggle Eye Craft Week. First, let’s take a look at these four fabulous wreaths.

DIY a Halloween Spider Wreath

Spider Infested Halloween Wreath from Infarrantly Creative.

Beckie at Infarrantly Creative made her spiders sparkle with a spritz of Krylon Glitter Blast. She wrapped her Spider Infested Halloween Wreath in festive garland, so it’s super easy.

DIY easy Halloween Raven Wreath

Halloween Raven Wreath from Create.Craft.Love.

I love the striking black & white color scheme in Jill’s Nevermore Halloween Raven Wreath on Create.Craft.Love. Jill shares her wreath tutorial and shows you how she’s decorated her porch for Halloween, too.

how to make a Halloween toothpick & Styrofoam ball wreath

Halloween Toothpick Wreath from The Magic of Ordinary Things.

Kristol, from The Magic of Ordinary Things, has a Halloween wreath that’s anything but ordinary. She modeled it after a Christmas wreath her mom made decades ago, and she made her Halloween wreath with toothpicks and 3” balls of STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam.

how to make a Halloween Yarn Wreath with yarn candy corn

Halloween Yarn Wreath from LionBrand Yarn.

If you knit or crochet, check out the Halloween Yarn Wreath & Candy Corn from Lion Brand Yarn. The glittery eyelash yarn wraps around the wreath fast, and the tutorial shows you how to make the yarn-wrapped candy corn, too.

easy Halloween crafts for kids and adults

And now, I’m excited to share that starting tomorrow is EEK! It’s Wiggle Eye Craft Week on Crafts ‘n Coffee. I think it will be a fun week, with wiggle eye crafts for all. I’ll have Halloween crafts for kids, creative inspiration for moms, and quick gift ideas, too. If you’re like me, you’ll also appreciate that many of the crafts cost just a few dollars to make. So, please join me tomorrow for EEK! It’s Wiggle Eye Craft Week.

Happy Halloween crafting.

Sharon

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2 Responses to A Sunday surprise: Four Halloween Wreaths and a fun week ahead

  1. Violet says:

    I like the craft projects listed but Nevermore Halloween Raven Wreath is my favorite. Thank you for sharing.

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