Add some frightful fun to your home decor this Halloween with a couple of spooktacular wreaths!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- feather picks
- bleached moss
- plastic spiders
- grapevine wreath
- styrofoam wreath
- hot glue gun with glue sticks
For the feather wreath, arrange your feathers prior to gluing to make sure you have enough material to cover the entire face of the wreath. When arranged, insert the individual picks into the grapevine wreath, bend the ends that stick out of the back and secure them with glue. You can buy more picks to cover the entire wreath, but I think it looks nice with the grapevine background.
For the mossy wreath (original idea from Martha Stewart), as for the feather wreath, lay out your moss prior to gluing to ensure you have enough to cover the styrofoam completely. Once ready, apply glue to the styrofoam in 2-3 inch sections and press moss gently against the hot glue to secure. Adorn the finished wreath with black plastic spiders for an extra creepy effect.
Tip: Make sure to use your 40% off Michael’s coupons for purchasing the wreaths if they aren’t already on sale. For the feather project, make sure fall accessories are on sale – these were 50% off, so in total, I only spent $6 for 12 feather picks. The bleached moss was a clearance item at Pottery Barn that I scored for $2.97/bag. I ended up using two bags on a 12″ styrofoam wreath.
Cost: $10 per wreath!