Halloween is 25 days away! EEEEeeeekkkkk! I love Halloween! I've had my Halloween decorations up since the middle of September. My husband isn't really a fan of early decorating but if I'm going to go to all the work of decorating I want it enjoy it for more than a few days. This week on the blog everything will be all about Halloween. I'm giddy about it, really.
I have a love/hate relationship with wreaths (and other stuff) hanging on my front door. I love how it looks but I hate how it beats on my door when the wind blows. I live in rural Idaho so the wind blows....pretty much all the time. Most wreaths and things I hang on my door I end up taking down because its more of a windsock than a wreath.
When I was browsing Pinterest the other day I found an adorable Halloween wreath/frame and decided that I was going to make it my own and make a Halloween wreath for my front door.This is the easiest/least expensive thing I've ever made or bought to hang on my front door.
I spent a total of $4.99 (+tax) on this project. Here's what I bought:
Frame $2.99 (Thrift Store)
Spider $1.00 (Dollar Tree)
Twine $1.00 (Target Dollar Spot)
Total= $4.99 (YAY!)
There were some items I gathered from my garage:
Spray paint (optional)
Glue gun (and glue sticks)
The last thing I did was glue felt to the back of the frame so it didn't scratch the door when the door gets slammed or when the wind blows really hard. This project took me less than an hour to finish (not including paint drying time).
It's an easy cheap Halloween decoration.
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