Oct
10

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Hey friends! Hope everyone had a great weekend! Today I’m going to show you how to make this spooky Halloween yarn wreath I made on Arizona Midday.  I’ll post the Skeleton Frame and Wreath hanger that were in the video tomorrow. :)

{Yarn Wreath}

Supplies:

  • Foam Wreath (Hobby Lobby)
  • Yarn (Jo-Ann’s)
  • Lace (Jo-Ann’s)
  • Flowers (Handmade)
  • Spanish Moss (from Dolllar Tree)
  • Black Bird (from Dollar Tree)
  • Spooky Sign (from Hobby Lobby)
  • tacky glue

yarn wreath

Directions:

1. Glue one end of yarn to the wreath and wrap the yarn ALL the way around the foam wreath…yup keep going!! Once you reach the end tack it down with a little glue.

yarn wreath

2. Wrap lace around back of the wreath and tack it down with tacky glue.

yarn wreath

3. Add some hand made flowers (look here for tutorials) for a fun little touch.

spanish moss vintage

4. Glue Spanish Moss on top of the lace seam. Just a warning…this stuff gets pretty messy! ;)

halloween wreath

5. Glue black bird on top of Spanish moss.

Optional: Glue spooky sign to the top of the wreath.

halloween wreath

Enjoy your new SPOOKY (my kind of spooky at least) Halloween yarn wreath!

Come back tomorrow to see the full tutorial for the skeleton frame and wreath hanger! Smile

Thanks for reading! Have a happy Monday!

Jamielyn Nye is the owner and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time. She aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. Her unique projects have been featured on many popular websites, including: BHG, Martha Stewart, Fox, ABC, People, Parents and more. When she’s not creating . . . Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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36 Responses to “{Spooky} Yarn Wreath”

  1. Mallory

    You are officially the cutest person ever! I LOVE the Spooky Halloween stuff! I love Orange-less halloween decor! Looks so spooky and fun!!

    xoxo, Mallory

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  2. Jenn

    I think this is one of my FAVORITE Halloween wreaths that I have come across! I just love all of the details! How exciting that you were on TV – you looked great and so natural. I think I would be a mess! Have a great week.
    Jenn :)

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  3. Aisling

    Thanks for putting that Arizona Midday segment up. I was googling it online and couldn’t find it. You did a GREAT JOB on there! :)

    Sometime Halloween decorations can look tacky, but you make them look so awesome! I’ll definitely bee trying both the wreath and the spooky picture frame!

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  4. Diane Durfee

    Cute wreath! You did a great job! You are so brave – in my opinion! Love all you cute ideas!

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  5. Sarah

    I think my favorite part of this wreath is the black lace! Such a great addition to the yarn wreath! I love this look :)

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  6. Shona

    OMGosh! You are so cute! Loved your segment! You are such a natural. I really loved the projects too – the wreath is gorgeous…..can you call Halloween stuff gorgeous?!! LOL. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  7. Amy

    Usually I’m not just a fan from the yarn wreaths but that one is amazing. It’s really stunning.I think the best thing about this wreath may be the black lace! This type of great addition to the yarn wreath! I love this look.

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  8. Nettie

    I saw your absolutely DARLING wreath on Craft Gossip this morning. I am not really a Halloween person, but I love to decorate my house for the holidays and this wreath is just the thing for me. Luckily, I live in UT so I can get my supplies from Hobby Lobby & JoAnn’s and Dollar Tree!
    Thanks so much for your tips and great VIDEO. I am printing it out as we speak.
    Have a happy holiday too.
    Nettie

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  9. KIm@todayismysome-day

    I love this! The spanish moss, the crow, the sparkly spooky…all of it! It’s especially nice to see it sitting in your vignette and not just hanging on a door as usual. Kudos!

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  10. Jenn

    I was so excited to see one of my favorite Halloween crafts linked up at my party. I featured it on my facebook page as well. Thanks so much!
    Jenn :)

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