How to make a Halloween Deco Mesh Wreath. Use supplies from Dollar Tree to create a darling Halloween wreath to use in your Halloween decor.
This year, more than ever, I am ready for fall, cooler temperatures, and all the fun the holidays bring. Every year I look forward to September because it means we are that much closer to Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Dollar Tree is one of my favorite places to get inexpensive craft supplies for the holidays. I have been wanting to make a deco mesh wreath for each holiday, and today I am going to show you how to make one for Halloween.
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Halloween Deco Mesh Wreath
- Wire Wreath Form
- Pipe Cleaners
- Deco Mesh and Sparkle Mesh
- Glitter Pumpkins, Bats and/or Spiders
- Rotary Cutter and Mat
Start by cutting some pipe cleaners in half with scissors.
Attach the cut pipe cleaners evenly around a wire wreath form.
Use a rotary cutter and mat to cut the deco mesh and sparkle mesh into 6″ wide strips. These don’t have to exact.
You could also use regular scissors for this, but a rotary cutter and mat make this step go much quicker.
Roll each piece of deco mesh and stack 3 pieces on top of each other. I did three different colors of deco mesh and/or sparkle mesh for each section. Attach the stack of three to the wreath using the pipe cleaner.
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Continue this process around the entire wreath, adding more pipe cleaners to fill in the gaps, as needed.
To attach the ribbon, cut it into a 6″ strip. Cut a V-shape into each end of the ribbon.
Use a piece of pipe cleaner to wrap the middle of the ribbon, and attach it to the metal wreath frame.
Fluff the pieces of deco mesh to both cover the wreath frame and the pipe cleaners.
The wreath looks adorable, as is, but I wanted to add a little more to my wreath. I used some glitter pumpkins and bats and attached them to the wreath. The bats simply clipped on.
For the pumpkins, I poked a pipe cleaner through the bottom of the pumpkin and then wrapped the pipe cleaner onto the wreath form. You could also attach your embellishments using a glue gun.
This wreath turned out so cute! It was easy to make and inexpensive. It cost me only $11 to make. 1 wreath form, 3 deco mesh, 2 sparkle mesh, 1 ribbon, 1 package pipe cleaners, 2 packages glitter pumpkins, and one package glitter bats.
This Halloween craft is part of Creative Crafts Halloween Edition. Creative Crafts is a series hosted by Me and My INKlings and Makeable Crafts. Guest hosts this time are Creatively Beth and Bella Crafts. Some of your favorite crafters come together to create crafts around a specific theme! Be sure to check the hosts’ blogs all week for more Halloween crafts.
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