I woke up on Saturday morning determined to make a Halloween wreath... the only problem was, I had no idea how I was going to do it. Despite having no plan of action, I'm very pleased with the outcome! Here's how I did it...
Last year I purchased some plastic skulls from a local party supply store. I cut three of them in half, sprayed them with spray adhesive, and covered them in silver glitter.
While those were drying, I used a scalloped paper punch and punched circles out of an old book I got from a garage sale. I got the idea here.
I used a straw wreath because I already had it, but a styrofoam wreath would work too. Using a pencil, I wrapped each circle around the the lead part, added a drop of hot glue, and attached them to the wreath.
Once I was finished, I decided to spray the wreath with black spray paint. I didn't completely cover it because I wanted the book pages to show through a bit.
Once the wreath was dry, I hot glued the skulls on and attached some felt roses as well. To make the felt roses, check out this DIY.
TA DAAA! I can't wait to hang it on the front door!