Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Stunning Halloween wreath in Four Easy steps

In less than 30 minutes, you can wreath a DIY Halloween to shame the other. It’s so easy – just four steps.

Halloween is just around the corner and I wanted to get an early to get started on a few projects for the house. My first project was a cupcake liner Halloween wreath!
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays to decorate. I try not to go to spooky, since I have three little boys. But I do add some spiders and bats around the house (maybe even a skull or two). I wanted toThese wreaths are so easy to make (about 30 minutes), since I’ve made for every holiday, but give it a new spin.
This time, I pulled out my “loyal” Mod-hodgepodge to give it a cool sparkle effect.
Make a DIY Halloween wreath
Collect These Supplies

Mod hodgepodge Matt
Glitter
foam wreath
Push Pins
Band
Cupcake liners

First steps
I Rounded up all my materials. A few months ago I found this great polka dot cupcake liners for $1.00 and I knew exactly what I wanted, to you for use. The difficult part was to wait until Halloween to use them.
Let’s get crafting, we are!

step 1 – Add Cupcake liners
Flip your cupcake Liner from the inside to the outside and then put the push pin through the center. You fold your pages, and then place it on the foam wreath.

step 2 – Add a Glittered Cupcake liners
I wanted to also glitter to add to the edges of some of the cupcake Liner. I filled a bowl with some of the Mod collection and the other with glitter. I the edge and laid gently in the Mod collection and then in the glitter. Since the Mod-hodgepodge dries pretty quickly, I just had to let them dry for about 10 minutes.
from the inside to the outside as well. Then I saw the work my way around the entire wreath, mixing the glittered and non-glittered cupcake Liner.

step 3 – Add The multi-function bar
I left a little space for my Band with a little more push pins. Then I began to add my Liner over the top of the tape filling in any bald spots.

step 4 – Add a Spooky Spider
I wanted to add something extra to this wreath. I already had some spinning on the hand, I me from the Dollar tree. I covered the whole spider with my “loyal” Mod smorgasbord then a couple of extra fine gold glitter.
I knew that the spider would’t stay on if I glued just the cupcake Liner. So I have a little bit of glue on the inside of the spider and then put a small piece of foam at the top. Once the glue was dry, I used a wooden skewer and put it in the foam and put my spider on the wreath!!

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Ok, I think this DIY Halloween wreath is pretty cool!! Don’t you??!! I love how the glitter turned out, I’m so glad that I decided to use it. Plus I think the spider is a perfect touch.
On a side note, I've tried only glitter-covered, cupcake-Liner, but it was a little much. My motto has always been go big or go home. But It was big, so I made myself small, and I’m so glad that I did.

This Halloween wreath looks perfect on my entertainment center. I touched a few more creepy in the area, and now I’m one step closer to completing my Halloween decor soon.
One of my favorite parts about the making of these wreaths is that it’s a pretty cheap project. I usually find my packs of cupcake liners on sale for $1.00. Each package has 100 ships and I always use about 300-Liner for my wreaths. Not bad for a holiday wreath! Much cheaper then a new going out and buying.
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