Who’s ready to start decorating for Halloween. I usually wait until the first week of October because we have a birthday at our house the beginning of October. I have my fall decor up for September, take it down to decorate for the birthday, and then after the birthday, up goes the Halloween decor. Today I’m sharing this fun Boo Halloween Wreath with you, which I previously shared over on the Darice Blog.
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BOO Halloween Wreath Supplies:
- 10″ Wreath Form
- Patterned Paper
- Striped Ribbon
- Cricut Explore
- Hot Glue Gun
- Hot Glue Sticks
- Paper Trimmer
Start by cutting your paper into 1″ strips. Once you have your paper cut, cut the strips into 6″ pieces.
You’ll end up with a pile of 1″ x 6″ pieces.
Using the hot glue gun, put a little bit of glue on one end of a piece of paper. Fold it over to glue the other end to it.
Do this to all of your paper strips.
Once you have all your loops glued, start gluing them to your wreath. Put glue on the end of your loop, and hold it onto the wreath until it is secure.
Work your way around the wreath, filling in as you need to.
Using the Cricut Explore, cut the letters BOO. Attach them to a piece of striped ribbon that is wide enough to go across the wreath.
Hot glue it to the back of the wreath. Also, attach a ribbon to the top to hang the wreath from.
That’s it! You’re ready to hang your wreath on your front door!
What colors would you use for your wreath? Same colors or would you change it up?
I think this wreath would look really cute with bright and fun Halloween colors!
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