Create this simple, spooky and festive Halloween decor with Caution, Keep Out or Haunted Tape. Haunted Halloween Wreath.
You guys, I LOVE the way this wreath turned out. I also love that it cost less than $5 to make!! All of the materials needed to create my Haunted Halloween Wreath came from the Dollar Store.
There were a few different tape options available including ‘Haunted’, ‘Caution’ and ‘Keep Out’. I love the bright orange Haunted Tape, however the yellow tapes would be just as fun for October decor.
Haunted Halloween Wreath
- 2 Foam Wreaths
- 1 Package of Haunted Tape (or Caution or Keep Out Tape)
- Ribbon or String
- Decorative Skull Head (or another Spooky Accessory)
Note: I used 9 inch wreaths from the Dollar Store; however, Amazon offers various sizes.
Begin by stacking the two wreaths on top of each other then wrap a piece of duct tape around them to secure them together.
Next, tie a piece of ribbon or string around the double wreath to be used as a hanger.
Secure one end of the haunted tape with a dab of hot glue. Surprisingly, a dab of hot glue will not melt the soft plastic tape. Hot glue also happens to work really well on foam!
After you have secured the ribbon wrap festive Halloween tape around the thick wreath. Keep the tape tight as you wrap it around the wreath to avoid any slack. When the entire wreath has been covered in orange secure the end of the tape on the back side of the wreath with another dab of hot glue.
Then use the rest of the roll of haunted tape to create a bow for your wreath. I tripled up the actual bow part then separated each loop to add dimension.
Next, add another dab of hot glue to the opposite end of where the ribbon hangs then secure the bow onto the wreath. Finally, add your fun Halloween accessory to the center of the bow. I happened to find a spooky skull at the Dollar Store that my six year old voted as “THE ONE” but any Halloween themed item would be awesome in the middle.
And there you have it!
A simple, spooky and festive Haunted Halloween Wreath.
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This spooky DIY Halloween wreath was originally posted on October 5, 2017.