As spooky season approaches and everyone is getting into the Halloween spirit, we are here to help with one of the important parts. Halloween decor.
In my opinion, Halloween decor can be broken down into three parts. First, it includes decking out your home’s exterior, and then the interior with Halloween themed ideas and designs. Today we are going to cover exterior Halloween Decorations.
You can opt to go all out and spend a ton of money or you can make something yourself for nearly nothing at all. With either scenario, we have put together a list of Halloween wreaths to help inspire you.
1. Crow Wreath
This wreath will take creepiness at a whole new level. It’s so realistic, you would think it was made real crows. This Halloween wreath is easy to make too. Choose the most realistic crow in the store. Stick them onto a wreath in a circular pattern and you’re done.
2. Wriggly Snakes
Snakes are another creepy creature that elevates fear within the souls of all mortals! This wreath is made with grapevine wreaths. This wreath texture is the best to bring out the creepiness needed for this artwork. If you can’t find black ones, you can always spray them with black color. The same goes for the snakes. The snakes are wrapped around the coils of the wreaths to secure it. If you do it right, you probably don’t even require any adhesives at all.
3. Jack Skellington.
What’s this? What’s this? There’s color everywhere. What’s this? There are white things in the air…
4. Black Crow Wreath.
An easy DIY Black Crow Wreath. Add some spooky glam to your Halloween decor with this glittery wreath. Welcome your guests with glittery stems draping down and a black crow.
5. Skeleton and Roses.
6. CREEPY BLACK ROSE WREATH
This black rose wreath is gothic, creepy, spooky… all things Halloween! This easy DIY Halloween wreath comes together freaky fast, and won’t scare your budget!
7. Googly Eyed Halloween Wreath
I’m in love with this fun Halloween wreath made with ping pong balls and googly eyes. Googly eyes are one of my all-time favorite crafting supplies, especially for Halloween. This googly-eyed Halloween wreath makes everybody smile.
8. Felt Flower Halloween Wreath
This Felt Flower Halloween Wreath will make the perfect weekend DIY craft!
9. Creepy Crows wreath
Check out this Creepy Beware Crow Wreath DIY
10. Jack Skellington #2
What’s this? What’s this? There’s colour everywhere. What’s this? There’s white things in the air…
11. Creepy Baby Heads
Send chills to the spine of your guests with this exquisite display of baby heads that you’ve just pried off from your children’s childhood toys. You can probably put tea lights into each heads to give it a nice glowing light from their eyes.
12. Pennywise Clown Wreath
Everyone is pretty much afraid of this clown now! Making this would take three kind of materials. First is the colored mesh around it. Then, a platform which you would paste the mesh around. The final crucial piece is the colored printed face of Pennywise, the clown. There’s no sound better than the scream of young children when they saw this at your front door!
13. DIY HALLOWEEN BLACK TWIG WREATH
We’re all about budget-friendly Halloween decor this year! So today, I’m sharing a DIY Black Twig Wreath that uses branches, glue, black paint, and dollar store items.
14. Black Cat Wreath
You’ll want this cute Black Cat Wreath to cross your path.
15. Halloween Spider Wreath
You’ll catch the Halloween bug when you have this Halloween Spider Wreath in your home.
16. Halloween Ghost Wreath
Ghouls and goblins of all kinds will love this Halloween Ghost Wreath
17. Gothic Skull Wreath With Chain
Keep it creepy all season long with this Gothic Skull Wreath With Chain.
18. Halloween Burlap Wreath
Brighten up your front door with this Halloween Burlap Wreath.
19. Halloween Witch Wreath
This Halloween Witch Wreath will give everyone a warm welcome.
20. Lighted Halloween Wreath
Your front door will look extra welcoming with this 600-Light Halloween Wreath.
21. Spooky Season Halloween Wreath
I can’t promise you won’t poke an eye out when you walk up to the door with all the sticks coming out of it, but hey, that just adds to the Halloween spirit, right???