Hello all! I don’t know about you, but as I get older I welcome the colder weather. Living in Southeast Texas, near the ocean, it can be quite warm all the way up until January. When the first cool front does arrive, it is quite exciting. This was such the case this past weekend, and just in time for Halloween!
Feeling quite festive, with the drop in temperature and all, I decided to make this Halloween wreath out of some leftover craft supplies.
This wreath is so fun and easy to make, and only takes about 30 minutes once you have all your supplies rounded up.
I forgot to take a picture before, and during my bow making. I made the bow from a roll of burlap ribbon material and some rope cord. If you are not good at making bows you could always use other decorations instead, or buy one already made. I will go through how to make bows (with illustrations) in another post.
This wreath goes great on any wall you want to add a little Halloween decor to, or even hanging on your front door. 🙂
I hope you find this post useful. Until next time …Happy crafting!