• Kim Ann

    Creepy wreaths

  • Krista Powell

    Just the twig wreath spray painted black would be perfect for above the fireplace in my Halloween mantle.

  • Charlotte

    DIYFriday Spooky Wreath Materials: Twig wreath, black Krylon spray paint, Foam skulls, plastic spiders, snakes, skeleton hands, and hot glue. Might not spray paint the snakes, or color the spiders or something for a pop of color.

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