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  • A.V. Sanders

    Spooky Skeleton Wreath made from styrofoam Dollar Store skull + bones

  • sheila pie

    Halloween wreath- fun with plastic bones, or even the paper ones pinned to a foam wreath -dollar store crafts

  • lindsey canning

    Wreath made from styrofoam Dollar Store skeleton. Such a great Halloween idea!

  • Whitchillia

    Halloween Bone Skeleton Wreath; tutorial with instructions. #halloween #craft #wreath #decoration

  • Ginger Risner

    Halloween decor: DIY skeleton wreath tutorial - Made from a styrofoam skeleton found at most craft stores and styrofoam glue

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Love this wreath......Kristina came across it for Halloween last year, and we never got around to making it. Why wait for Halloween to roll around again? And who's door is an annoying salesperson more likely to knock on? Your neighbors! With their boring flower wreath and cutesy welcome mat....nothing says don't even try to sell me some crap like a snake wreath. Think about it. : )

I know it's a Halloween Wreath, but it could easily be made with different colors for any holiday.