Trick or Treat Wreath

Decor · Holidays · September 20, 2011

Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!

Wanted to share with you guys the tutorial I did as part of Fall Fever over at Every Creative Endeavor… hope you like it!

As you all know I have a slight addiction to WREATHS.

I Heart them!!

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They are so fun to make, and I love that I can make one for every season and holiday!

Today’s wreath is a Trick or Treat Wreath.

SUPPLIES:

-Foam Wreath

-Paper from an old Book {got my book at Goodwill – was a Surgery Textbook}

-Scallop Punch

-Hot glue {lots of it!!}

-Scrapbook Paper

-Vinyl Pumpkin

-Black burlap

DIRECTIONS:

Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!
Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!
1. Punch scalloped circles from book.
Continue doing until you have a LOT!
Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!
Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!
2. Add scalloped circles to foam wreath with hot glue. I first put a dab in the center and folded it up and then added hot glue to the wreath and stuck the circle to it. Continue doing until the wreath is covered.
Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!
3. Cut pumpkin from vinyl. If you don’t have vinyl, you can just cut it out of black paper and glue it to your scrapbook paper.
Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!
4. Cut out your scrapbook paper and glue it to the back of your wreath.
Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!
5. Print “Trick or Treat” onto some scrapbook paper, and then cut it lengthwise so it’s nice and long and hot glue it to the bottom of your wreath.
Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!
Trick or Treat Wreath Tutorial on { lilluna.com } Easy and super adorable!!

6. Finish it off by hot gluing some black burlap to the back and tying in a knot.

It’s that simple!

It takes a little bit of time and hot gluing, but doesn’t cost much!

{My FAV kind of craft!}

For more Halloween wreaths check out:

Gorgeous Halloween Ribbon Wreath on { lilluna.com } Easy to make and super cute!

 Happy Halloween Ribbon Wreath

BOO Coffee Filter Wreath tutorial on { lilluna.com } Takes some time, but look how beautiful!! Great decor!

 Halloween Coffee Filter Wreath

Spooky Spider Wreath Tutorial!! Few supplies needed to make this awesome wreath!

Spider Wreath

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TheUnSoccerMom

so cute!!!another reason why I want a silhouette… cutting cute shapes out of vinyl.. :o)

Anna

I love it! What a cute idea.Annawww.askannamoseley.com

Heather

cute! i am dying to make a super fun halloween wreath. this may be the winner 🙂

Tasha

It turned out super cute! Love it.

Lolly Jane

pinned it. too cute…i'll probably copy you since i have to make 2 cuz i have 2 doors. this looks cheap-o enough that i can do that (: another great craft from lil lolly…er, i mean lil LUNA! ;)XO

Lolly Jane

ps: i meant INEXPENSIVE to make, not cheap looking HA!

Amy @MoMomma

Great job – I love the details of the wreath – and I lovvvee GoodWill goodies 😉

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I really love this! And I really love your blog!

Staci J

This is sooo cute Kristyn!! Pinning:)

lesley

this is super cute! thanks for sharing! lesleyfreakingcraft.blogspot.com

Katie

This is an awesome wreath! I love it!!!

Jessica

Super cute idea. I am your newest follower. Feel free to check out my site and follow me back here: http://www.utahcountymom.com

Jaymie

This has so many possibilities! I'll bet if you used velcro dots instead of glue, it would be fun to make varying holiday backgrounds. Hmmm … Thanks for the fun idea.Jaymie @ http://dancesdishesanddreams.blogspot.com

Amy @ Positively Splendid

Beyond darling!! I loved this project so much, I shared it in my Saturday Seven lineup this week! http://www.positivelysplendid.com/2011/09/saturday-seven-no-24.html

Ginger

Featuring YOU over on my blog this morning. Love your wreath! 🙂 Thanks for sharing at my {wow me} wednesday party last week.Ginger @ gingersnapcrafts.comhttp://www.gingersnapcrafts.com/2011/09/take-look-at-you-wreaths.html

Jamie @ Sew Rockin'

Soooooo cute! I love your site…I've been linking up for a few weeks now. I'd love if you would stop by and check out my blog when you get the chance.Jamie @ Sewrockin.com

Becca

This is so great. I love all the different texture and prints to it! Totally eye catching!

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