This easy decorative wreath can be made to suit any holiday or event!
Here’s what you’ll need:
1 10 foot roll of deco mesh (Hobby Lobby)
2 4 inch wide rolls of burlap (Wal-Mart)
1 9 foot wired garland (Hobby Lobby)
1 metal wreath form (Hobby Lobby)
1 wired glitter rope (Hobby Lobby)
1 cute decoration for the center of the wreath (Hobby Lobby, I hand lettered “Welcome”)
To start, attach the wired garland to the wreath form. You may have to go around the form more than once. If you don’t have the wired garland, you can use pipe cleaners and twist them around the wreath form at several spots.
This is what you should end up with.
I decided to layer the burlap over the deco mesh and attach them together. You can use one layer or two. Just gather the end and twist the garland around it to secure it.
Just keep poofing and gathering the deco mesh and burlap on top of each other, attaching as you go.
The deco mesh should wrap around about 3 times. You can go around as many times as you want until the wreath is as full as you’d like.
I liked to hang the wreath up at this point so I can see what I’m working with. Next, I attached the glittered rope, just twisting it into the garland at whichever spots I liked.
Then, I just tied the witch’s feet sign to the top of the metal wreath form.
Time for spiders!
These were attached to their little cardboard home with some black twist ties.
I kept the twist ties on the spiders and used that to attach them to the deco mesh. You could also use hot glue if your’s don’t come like this.
Happy Halloween, Ya’ll!