Creepy DIY Monster Wreath

October 16, 2019  |  DIY & Crafts  |  Written by
The Dollarista

I believe that spooky front door décor is a necessity when welcoming your trick-or-treaters! Every year, I not only deck out the inside of my home, but I make sure the decorate the outside as well. I headed to my local Dollar Tree for inspiration, of course and was instantly inspired. I love their tulle selection and when I saw the lime green tulle they carry, I knew exactly what I was going to make. I decided to make a fun and creepy monster wreath and was able to do it for just $5! I wrapped a foam wreath form in bright green tulle and added spooky teeth and eyes. This cute, yet creepy wreath is a great way to welcome guests and trick-or-treaters this Halloween!

Here’s What You’ll Need: 

  • Foam Wreath Form
  • Green Tulle
  • Foam Balls
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun (Not Sold at Dollar Tree)
  • Hot Glue Sticks
  • Black Construction Paper
  • White Construction Paper

So Easy, A Monster Could Do It!

  1. Cut 10-12-inch sections of tulle.
  2. Loop knot the tulle around the circumference of the wreath form, covering it completely. Trim the tulle if needed.
  3. Cut small circles of black construction paper as the “pupils” to the foam “eyeballs”. Use a few dots of hot glue to attach the black circles to the foam.
  4. Cut triangles from the white paper as the “teeth” to your monster.
  5. Hot glue the eye balls to the top of your wreath, and the teeth to the inside.

Hang your creepy wreath on your front door, perfect for spooking those trick-or-treaters!

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