I am pulling out my fall decorations this week. When do you decorate for fall? I have a quick and easy Halloween wreath you can make with inexpensive supplies from the dollar store.

Create a Halloween wreath in under 10 minutes with supplies from the dollar store

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Supplies needed:

I purchased all the supplies for this project at Dollar Tree (except for the glue gun).

Metal wreath form

Start by wrapping your wreath form with the garland.

Black and silver skull garland from Dollar Tree

I didn’t use anything to secure the ends, I simply tucked them under the part I was wrapping, but if you are worried about it coming undone you could use a little dab of hot glue to secure the ends to the wreath form.

Wrap wreath form with garland

I didn’t use anything to secure the ends, I simply tucked them under the part I was wrapping, but if you are worried about it coming undone you could use a little dab of hot glue to secure the ends to the wreath form.

Note: I didn’t like the look of the skulls hanging all over the wreath, so I just snipped them off with scissors.

Cut off skulls from wreath form

I hot glued each of the spiders to the form.

Add spiders to wreath using hot glue

The little butterflies have clips on the back side, so I just clipped them on the frame of the wreath – two on either side of the spiders.

Clips on butterflies from Dollar Tree

I tied a bow with the glittery black ribbon.

Diamond wrap and glitter ribbon from Dollar Tree

Since it was so plain, I created a ribbon loop with the diamond wrap and secured the ends in the middle with hot glue. I then glued the black ribbon to the diamond wrap loop.

Create a looped ribbon with diamond wrap

I created a diamond wrap ribbon hanger on the wreath by creating a loop around the top of the metal wreath form on the back side and hot gluing the ends together.

Create a diamond wrap hanger on the wreath

I have a fall wreath I normally leave up from September through November, but it will be fun to switch it out with this Halloween wreath in October.

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This project was part of Craft Lightning: Halloween Edition. Be sure to check out the host’s blogs all week to see many more Halloween crafts you can create in 15 minutes or less: The Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and 100 Directions. class=”aligncenter”

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