{ DIY Halloween Wreath }

DIY Halloween Wreath from To Be Charmed
Hello everyone! How are you all doing? I’ve been swamped between having family in town and finishing up the e-course, Blogging Your Way that I’ve had to put my DIY projects on hold. Now that the e-course has wrapped up I’ve had time to tackle some of these projects I’ve been so excited to try. Over the next couple of weeks I will be showcasing these projects. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy creating them!

DIY Halloween Wreath from To Be Charmed

The first project I’d like to present is a DIY Halloween Wreath. It’s an easy and inexpensive way to dress up a front door for Halloween. The total cost for the wreath was less than $10 and took less than 3 hours to create.
Who’s ready to get started?!

DIY Halloween Wreath from To Be Charmed

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8 Responses to“{ DIY Halloween Wreath }”

  1. adrienne says:


    I came here to post a comment on Weekword and instead I find your wonderful Holloween wreath. I love it! for one thing I like the use of the colors…not the usual black and orange. And the way you made the charms;very cleaver. Thanks for the idea.(-:

  2. Minnie says:

    Wonderful to see such an easy yet great-looking craft. This might be something I can actually do with my kids, too, which is a great bonus since craft time just for me without kiddos is nearly non-existent! Thanks for the idea.

  3. knack says:

    super cute!

    hope all is well with you!


  4. danielle says:

    thanks for sharing!!

  5. […] of To Be Charmed shows how you can decorate for Halloween with this easy DIY Halloween wreath. The total coast was less than $10 and only took a few hours to […]

  6. Tiffy says:

    hi! i love this tutorial and it’s exactly along the lines of what i was looking for. The only trouble i’m having is with finding a black wreath like the one pictured. Where did you find yours?

  7. […] over at To Be Charmed has a great DIY wreath for Halloween.  LOVE the black! Click here to view the full tutorial. Share […]

  8. Awesome info…i love diy…keep the ideas coming :)

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