Spooky Halloween Wreath

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I don’t decorate a whole lot for Halloween.  I’m more of a Fall decorating kind of person.  But this year I just couldn’t resist a little goulish decor so I decided to make a Spooky Halloween Wreath for my front door.

Easy DIY Spooky Halloween Wreath

The wreaths that I make are simple.  That’s why I love using what I call “picks”. I’m not sure if that is the correct term but that’s what I’m going with. They are little decorations that you just stick into the wreath.  I chose to go with bright and glittery picks to really contrast with the black wreath. I also picked up some coordinating orange glittery ribbon because you can never have too much glitter.

To make the wreath, I simply stuck the picks into the wreath and secured them by placing them through the wreath wires.  It’s a bit hard to see because most everything is black but here is a closeup of one of the picks that is wooden.

Easy DIY Spooky Halloween Wreath

If you have not made a wreath like this before, it will make sense once you purchase these items.  For the witches shoe, I had to cut off a bit of the pick in order for it to be at the height that I wanted it to be.  I really love the touch that the shoe gives the wreath.

Easy DIY Spooky Halloween Wreath

I tied the ribbon around the top and hung my Spooky Halloween Wreath up.  I can’t really get much easier. Here it is on my front door.

Easy DIY Spooky Halloween Wreath


What is your favorite type of Halloween wreath? Let me know in the comments below.


For more of my wreaths, check out these posts:

Autumn Wreath


Monogram Berry Wreath


Winter Grapevine Wreath

Winter Grapevine Wreath





  1. I like the Fall decor better as well & it lasts from Sept- to the end of Nov. But your Halloween Wreath is Cute, Modern & Colorful! Good Job! I’ve always loved Purple.

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