Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

20 Halloween Wreaths That Are Terrifyingly Easy To Make.

When people think of Halloween, they think of dressing up in costumes and trick-or-treating. The holiday is supposed to be the scariest holiday of the year, which means scary decorations — this means fake blood, spider webs made out of stretched cotton balls, and etc.

When brainstorming different ideas for Halloween decorations, most people don't think of wreaths. Wreaths are more commonly associated with happier holidays like Christmas or Thanksgiving. They're the first decor a guest sees when coming over, giving them a big "welcome" into the household. They're pretty and nice to look at.

Wreaths, however, can also be creepy and eerie yet still great to look at! They'll instantly put your house in a Halloween mood and put a smile to all your trick-or-treaters' faces.

If you still don't believe wreaths belong in the Halloween season, take a look at some of the creative DIY ones below. Who knows, you might even end up making one of your own this year.

#1. Jason Voorhees

If you don't really don't know where to start. try thinking of your favorite horror film. After you figure that out, use the main antagonist from the movie as the theme of your wreath like this Jason one!

#2. Mummy Hand

Be creative with your wreath, you don't necessairly have to keep it strictly a circle. Try adding other objects onto the wreath that may give it more dimension like this mummy hand.

#3. Maleficient

Everyone knows Maleficent as one of the fairy tale villains from The Sleeping Beauty. Being the evil person she is, she's the perfect person to base a Halloween wreath on!

#4. Bats Galore

If you have a lot of fallen tree branches in your front or backyard, use them to your advantage! Collect as many small ones as you can and use them to create the base of your seasonal wreath.

#5. Witch's Circle

Halloween isn't complete without a cranky old witch somewhere on her broom! You can also add a black crow to the witch.

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