Struggling to find inspiration for decorations this Halloween?
Halloween wreaths are a great way to decorate. They show people that you love Halloween before they’ve even set foot in your house! From Harry Potter inspired Halloween wreaths to freaky spider egg ones, we’ve made a list of some of the best Halloween wreaths we could find.
Plus each is linked to the tutorial showing you how it’s made, so check out this list of 12 Halloween wreaths and make your own today!
12 AMAZING HALLOWEEN WREATHS
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 1: EYEBALL WREATH
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Eyeball decorations are seriously creepy, so what better way to spook your guests than with a wreath that uses loads of them! This “always watching”wreath is not only easy to make, but also requires minimal materials, making it really cheap. You can purchase nearly all of the materials needed at the dollar store!
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 2: MICKEY MOUSE HALLOWEEN WREATH
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If you’re a Disney lover, you need to make this Mickey Mouse Halloween wreath. It’s the perfect decoration for those who love both Halloween and Disney and the colours make it look Halloween-y without it being OTT.
Even though you might think this wreath looks complicated, it is surprisingly easy to make. You can see how to make your own here.
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 3: TRICK OR TREAT TAKE A SWEET WREATH
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Let’s face it- answering the door to trick and treat-ers can be annoying. Well with this DIY candy wreath, you don’t have to!
It’s perfect decor for lazy people (because who wants to get up and answer the door?). When people visit your house trick or treating, they can simply take a sweet from the wreath and leave.
Plus, not only is it a really cute wreath design, but once the sweets are gone you can replace them for something else, like glow in the dark stickers, etc! Find out how to make this DIY candy wreath here.
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 4: MUMMY WREATH
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One of the main problems with Halloween decorations is that they can be expensive to make. That’s not the case with this DIY mummy wreath!
Mummy decorations are a Halloween classic, and this one costs less than $6 to make, so it’s super budget friendly. Not to mention that this tutorial includes a video so you can follow along (check out how to make it here).
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 5: ORNAMENT WREATH
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The problem with lots of other Halloween wreaths is that they can be a lil’ creepy (we’re talking about you, eyeball wreath). However this ornament wreath is as far from spooky as it gets!
The blacks, oranges, purples and greens make it perfect for Halloween and make it a stylish and unique decoration. Plus there’s a glittery spider in the middle- you can never have too much glitter!
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 6: HARRY POTTER HALLOWEEN WREATH
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Calling all Harry Potter lovers! If you’ve beautifully decorated your room (or your whole house for that matter) to rival The Harry Potter Studios, you want your Halloween decorations to match.
Well, now you can celebrate Halloween and still be a massive Harry Potter fan with this Harry Potter inspired wreath. The font is the same used in the classic logo for the films, and the addition of the owl, glasses and coloured netting give it a Gryffindor touch.
Check out the full tutorial here, or why not try putting your own spin on it and make one for whatever house you are? (Go Hufflepuffs).
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 7: EASY SPIDER WREATH
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Spiders are kinda freaky, so spook everyone this Halloween by making your own spider wreath. It’s enough to creep out both adults and children but without being scary.
This spider wreath uses minimal materials, so it is quite easy to make. (If you’re after more easy Halloween decorations, we’ve made a list of really easy ones you can make yourself here). Plus the little white berries (as this was originally a cream berry wreath from Hobby Lobby) look like spider eggs, making it even creepier!
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 8: SKULL WREATH
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Whilst we’re on the subject of freaky, skulls are another great way to cause a fright this Halloween, so why not make a wreath full of them?
The mixture of glittery skulls and patterned ribbons make for a beautiful design. Plus it features a big skull in the middle, which is actually called Mr Boo. Make your own Mr Boo wreath and join in the Halloween fun by checking out the tutorial here.
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 9: BIRD’S NEST WREATH
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Minimalism is in, and this wreath is a great way to decorate in you want no fuss decor. The best part of this wreath is it can be used not only for just Halloween but throughout fall too.
The colours, materials and cute little bird give it a nice fall vibe. However the spiderweb and witches hat give it a Halloween look too. So just ditch the web and witches hat to keep using it after Halloween has gone! Check out the full tutorial here.
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 10: ELEGANT SPIDER WREATH
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If the wreath with the spider eggs we linked earlier was a bit too much for you, this spider wreath might be more of your cup of tea. Thankfully it only has one spider! The beautiful black leaves and a big black bow give it an elegant look.
It only takes 15 minutes to make, meaning you could have your own in no time at all. So if an elegant (but still slightly spooky) look is what you’re after for your Halloween wreath, be sure to read the full tutorial.
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 11: HAUNTED HOUSE WREATH
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If you’re all about big Halloween decor, then this is the wreath you need to make!
This haunted house Halloween wreath is so full you can’t decide where to look! The oranges, purples, blacks and green give it a very obvious Halloween look, and the mixture of materials and different objects make it exciting. From the smiley pumpkins to the little cat outside the haunted house, this wreath has it all.
HALLOWEEN WREATHS 12: NATURAL HALLOWEEN WREATH
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We love Halloween decorations that are not typically Halloween-y.
This natural Halloween wreath is far from your average Halloween wreath. The skull gives it a creepy and alternative touch, and it’s seriously easy to make.
Plus we’re all for crafts that can be reused, and this wreath can be used throughout the whole of fall due to the warm orange and brown coloured leaves. Simply remove the skull after Halloween and you have the perfect fall wreath!
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