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This is a guide about making a Nightmare Before Christmas yarn wreath. For the fans of this popular movie, you can make a Halloween wreath using decorative elements from the film.
Recycle old wire hangers and make a beautiful pumpkin wreath with your children. All that is needed are orange and green pipe cleaners and paper. Simply shape your hanger into a circle and then wrap orange pipe cleaners around the circle. I used green pipe cleaners to make a stem around the top hook.
Add a little spook to your Halloween decorating with a seasonal wreath. Here are instructions on how to make a Halloween wreath and bow.
This is a guide about making a candy corn wreath. This delightful candy wreath is the perfect fall door decoration.
This little witch flew right into your door and landed smack in the middle of an adorable wreath. Make a 'Witch Way to Go' Halloween wreath to add some spooky fun to your Halloween decorations this year.
Use an old scarf to make this spooky Halloween wreath. Here is how to make a halloween scarf wreath to hang on your door.
Make your home extra spooky with Halloween decorations this year. Make this black feathered Halloween wreath to go on your door to greet trick-or-treaters.
This is a guide about making a voodoo doll wreath. This fun voodoo doll wreath is a great project to make using up scraps of felt and yarn.
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I really enjoy hanging a wreath on our door at Christmas. I would like to find some ideas for creating a Halloween wreath that I could hang on our door in October. Thanks for any suggestions.
By lalala... from Port Orchard, WA
You can find all kinds of fall items and Halloween do-dads to use on wreaths. Let your imagination be your guide. I recently purchased a ready made wreath for $10.00, knowing I wasn't satisfied with it in it's present condition, also knowing that I would redo it. I did buy a spool of coordinating ribbon, to add to it.
When I got home I took all the fall leaves and flowers off it and using a hot glue gun, started repositioning everything and cutting pieces of ribbon to form loops in between some of the flowers and leaves. When I got done with it none of the really scrawny grapevine form could be seen and it looks much nicer.
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|Quick Halloween Wreath|
Need a quick wreath? Garbage bags cut in to strips, tied on a wire hanger. Any shape a few left over decorations with a little glitter. And all for free.
Laura from Newberry, Florida
What a neat idea!! A black wreath. so unique!
GREEN WAY: Replace bags with old VHS tapes that have been watch so much they don't work. Pull the ribbon out and cut to length. A lot less time spent and you reused garbage instead of wasting a new bag.
If everyone does a little, we can all do a lot!(10/06/2008)