Ok, before I start this post I have to admit I’m not really into the blood and guts side of Halloween. I think gory costumes should be left to the professionals on movie sets. I guess you could say I like more treat than trick. So here are Halloween wreaths that give just the right balance of creepy and cuteness.
Tulle wreaths have been popular for any holiday, but this Halloween edition is one of my favorites because it’s subtly scary but still elegant and beautiful with the addition of flowers, feathers, and birds.
A wreath doesn’t necessarily have to be round, consider something different by decorating a witch’s hat for your front door instead.
This option reminds me of a Tim Burton film, but I love the simplicity. The black and white stripes can be used for several different seasons, while changing out the ribbon and décor,
Metallic accents add a beautiful element to a Halloween wreath. I’m not a fan of spiders but I would definitely put this on my door.
I love this wreath idea for both indoor and outdoor use, it is classically simple and uses a frame rather than a traditional wreath form.
It took me a second glance to realize this beautiful wreath is actually a combination of bats and ghosts on a sparse vine wreath.
This wreath is classic Edgar Allen Poe, and so easy to make. All you need is a vine wreath, moss, bird, and black spray paint!
This is one of my favorites because of its simplicity. Just a few branches and a little paint creates a wreath that is perfect for the season.
If you love candy corn half as much as I do then this is the wreath for you. Start with a foam wreath and spray paint it black, then start in on the candy coating. Be sure to buy plenty of candy to account for all the ones you’ll be eating in the process.
How cute is this little mummy wreath? I love the antiqued gauze look and those cute little googly eyes make this a classic Halloween essential.
I think ribbon wreaths are adorable and this one is perfectly Halloween inspired. Ribbon wreaths are fairly simple to do, but can be time consuming. The full tutorial is on Create Craft Love.
Picking a favorite wreath is like picking your favorite child, but this is definitely in my top three and it’s made with only a few dollars worth of crepe paper.