Monday, October 1, 2012

orange tulle wreath

How about a tutorial of the easiest Halloween wreath ever to celebrate this first day of October?  

Ok, let's do it!!  It looks a little somethin' like this:


Super simple!!



Supplies:  

-styrofoam wreath
-orange tulle
-ribbon to hang it with

It's an obscure supply list huh? :)

I found the orange styrofoam wreath in the dollar spot at Target, the tulle was 1/2 off Hobby Lobby and I used some ribbon from my stash.  So this wreath cost $3.50 to make.  Woot!

Directions:

-I cut pieces of tulle about 24-30 inches long.  Then I folded them in half to make a loop on one end and the 2 cut ends on the other.  Then I wrapped the loop around the wreath, put the cut ends through the loop and pulled it tight.  Repeat and repeat again until the wreath is all covered.  I used the entire roll of tulle for the wreath.


I'm loving everything hounds tooth lately, so I used black and white hounds tooth ribbon tied in a simple square knot to hang the wreath.


What sorts of Halloween/Fall crafts are you making this year?




4 comments:

  1. Great wreath, I love tulle wreaths - we don't do Halloween here but I love looking at the creative decor. Stopping by from Sugar Bee Crafts

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  2. Love the wreath!!! I would love for you to enter this into the fall/Halloween Wreaths challenge at The CSI Project. The party begins tomorrow night. Come on over!
    www.thecsiproject.com

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  3. How fun!! I have made two tulle wreaths as of late -- both sold in a hot second!! Isn't it the funnest fabric? I'm including my link. Crafty blog you have :) I found you via the linky party at Todays Creative Blog http://thelocalhoney.com/2012/10/01/rock-n-roll-halloween-wreath/

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  4. LOve this! It would be cool to make it into a monster or a ghost wreath too!! hmmmmm!!!

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