If you’re looking for an easy and fairly simple Halloween wreath I’ve got just the thing for you today! I was looking to do a “mostly white” wreath for my Halloween mantel this year (still in the works but dang close!) and came up with the idea to make a cute burlap witch wreath that resembled a witch silhouette in a moon. I thought this came together pretty quick and you don’t need a lot of supplies. Perfect!
If you’d like to make one, here is what you’ll need:
- 2 wire wreath forms, one smaller than the other (size depends on how big you want your wreath, of course)
- white burlap ribbon (3 15 foot rolls are pictured above, I actually ended up needing 4)
- accent ribbon to hang wreath (optional but adorable)
- black cardstock witch (I cut mine with my Silhouette using the font DB Vintage Halloween… she’s the letter “Z”)
STEP ONE: Wire the two wreath forms together. I used 4 small pieces of wire to do this. Held like a charm.
STEP TWO: Following this tutorial, make your wreath by pulling your burlap through in loops, making sure to pull it through on both wreath forms. Fluff it and try to get it to over as much as the center as possible.
STEP THREE: Since your burlap won’t ENTIRELY cover the center of wreath, when finished with the burlap loops, turn wreath over and lightly tack on a piece of cardstock with hot glue to cover center. I used white but after I had it hung up I wish I would have used cream. The “white burlap” isn’t a bright white like the cardstock is. Not a huge deal but thought I’d mention.
STEP FOUR: Using a small amount of hot glue, tack witch silhouette onto the front of wreath in the center and hang wreath with accent ribbon. Done!
Hope you have a wonderful October and Happy Halloween crafting!