Bat Wreath

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I realized today that my Halloween decorations are seriously lacking.  My boys are all about Halloween, so I need to step my game up.

I found wreath forms in the Target dollar bin section this week and thought  I have to be able to do something with these.  I had pinned this super cute Bat Wreath and thought I could make something similar.

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Supplies

  • Wreath form ($1)
  • yarn ($1.60)
  • scrapbook paper
  • scissors
  • double-sided tape
  • twine
  • small-clothes pins
  • glue gun
  • burlap

Total cost $2.60

yarnwrappedwreath 1024x645 Bat WreathI used double-sided tape on the back of the wreath to attach the yarn. Then just kept wrapping and wrapping it around and around and around and around.  It took a bit of time but I just sat down and watched some Downton Abbey. Oh I love that show.

I cut out various sizes of bats and used a glue gun to attach them.

Glued a piece of twine to the back of the wreath and used the mini clothes pins to attach the “BOO”.

And used a piece of burlap as the hanger.  Super simple.

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17 thoughts on “Bat Wreath

  1. Danielle,
    I just wanted to let you know I featured your adorable bat wreath today on Super Sweet Saturday, thanks for linking up.
    Stephanie
    swtboutique.blogspot.com

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