Make a simple glam Halloween wreath that is inexpensive and still spooky.
Take this plain black and white Halloween wreath for instance.
It definitely has the spooky chic look going for it.
Not only does it look simple, but you guys won’t even believe me when I show you how easy it is to make… and take apart.
That white feather wreath hangs in my living room year round!
Let me show you what I did.
I don’t see them often anymore but you could always make a similar one from a feather boa or purchase one of these feather wreaths (affiliate link).
I don’t recall where the hanging Beware sign or black crow (affiliate link) came from.
They are both pretty standard supplies in most Halloween sections at just about any store.
You could even make the signage yourself with cardstock.
You will also need 4 white ball pins (affiliate link).
Place the crow on the top of the wreath in such a way that it is flush with the back of the wreath.
If the crow you have has wire around it’s legs like mine does, crisscross the pins over the wire to hold the crow in place.
If your crow does not have a wire, simply add the pins around its feet.
They shouldn’t be noticeable because of the feathers.
It’s not actually attached to the wreath but no one needs to know that!
It all looks like one piece.
Literally easy as 1, 2, 3.
And it will be just that easy to take back apart this simple glam Halloween wreath after the 31st!
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This post was originally shared October, 2014.