Decorating your home for Halloween can be so much fun. And whether you love to deck out your entire house in spooky décor or just add a few pieces to your existing décor, hanging a holiday wreath is a great way to decorate each season.
I love how just hanging a wreath on your front door makes your house feel so much more festive. Plus, there are so many different wreaths out there that it is easy to make the “feel” of your wreath match what you are trying to do with your decor.
If you want to keep the front of your home looking elegant, it’s easy to find wreaths that don’t have characters on them and add to the elegance. Or, you can find scary wreaths to add to help give a spooky feeling to visitors.
I know it’s easy to be intimidated by creating a DIY Halloween wreath, but it can literally take about 5 minutes to create if you choose an easy to make wreath. Most of the DIY wreaths take a bit longer to create, with the average between 15-45 minutes. Some of the more complicated ones can take up to an hour or more to create.
If this is your first time making your own wreath, I’d suggest starting with an easy wreath that isn’t too complicated. I know anytime I create something new, it always takes me a bit longer to create than I plan.
Welcome your guests to your home in style this season with one of these awesome DIY Halloween wreaths you can make today.
Ornaments are a great decorating option, no matter what the holiday is. That’s why I love this DIY Halloween Ornament Wreath for a BOOtiful Front Door from Where the Smiles Have Been.
This beautiful DIY Halloween wreath features ornaments in classic All Hallow’s Eve colors, black floral leaves, and a giant glitter spider!
Spiders are a great way to decorate for Halloween. If you love using spiders in your Halloween décor, then you’re going to love this DIY Spooky Spider Halloween Wreath from Ann’s Entitled Life.
This simple to make homemade Halloween wreath is spook-tacular – and takes only 15 minutes to put together.
If you are looking for easy do it yourself Halloween decor, this wreath is it! In addition to only taking a few minutes, you only need four supplies to make one for yourself, making this the perfect wreath for a first-time wreath-making project.
Complete with spooky mummy wraps, a casket, and creepy black plastic spiders, this Scary Halloween Wreath from The Country Cottage has everything you need to welcome the Halloween season.
It’s easy to make this wreath unique by changing the “BOO” to another word or changing the colors on the letters.
Who doesn’t love a good horror movie during the Halloween season?
If you’re a movie lover, you’ll love this classic Freddy Krueger Halloween wreath, complete with a striped shirt, from Our Crafty Mom.
This wreath idea is perfect for a Halloween party or scary movie night.
Finding unique ways to decorate for holidays is always fun.
While you could use traditional wreath-making materials this holiday season, why not try something new?
This Stunning Halloween Wreath in Four Easy Steps from Mod Podge Rocks shows you how to create a beautiful holiday wreath using cupcake liners. So easy and budget-friendly to create.
If you love decorating in farmhouse style, you’re going to love this Easy DIY Spider Wreath for Halloween from Pink Peppermint Design.
The wreath uses a rustic wreath as the base for a cute and spooky spider web that would look amazing on your front door!
But the best part about this favorite Halloween wreath is that it only takes five minutes to put together!
Candy is an essential part of Halloween, but have you considered decorating with it?
I love this Candy Corn Wreath from Artsy Fartsy Mama because it uses Halloween candy in an unconventional way.
And as a bonus – you get a snack to eat while you’re making it!
If candy corn isn’t your thing, why not create this cute and practical Halloween wreath instead?
In addition to being a cute way to decorate your door this Halloween, this DIY Halloween Candy Wreath from Honey and Lime is also great for offering candy to trick-or-treaters this Halloween.
If you love adding minimalist décor to your home during the holidays, this simple black lace wreath is perfect for your Halloween decorations.
In addition to being easy to make, this beautiful wreath from Retro Housewife Goes Green is a simple way to decorate for the holiday.
Duct tape is a great craft supply to have on hand.
If you have some cute Halloween duct tape laying around, make this simple DIY Halloween Wreath with Duct Tape from DIY Candy this holiday season.
Another scary Halloween decorating idea is to use birds in your décor.
And the combination of a black bird with earthy elements like moss and pinecones makes this Spooky Halloween Wreath from See Lindsay another great option for your Halloween front door.
Using skulls in your Halloween décor is a great way to add some spookiness to your home.
And this Mr. Boo’s Blinged Out Wreath from Pink Fortitude is packed with scary Halloween skulls, making it the perfect way to add a little stylish creepiness to your front porch this season.
Let me know what your favorite wreath is in the comments below.