This easy DIY Halloween wreath takes under 10 minutes to make! Featuring spiderwebs and creepy crawly spiders, this is the perfect amount of spooky fun for your front door!
With just a few supplies and ten minuets of your time, this DIY spiderweb wreath is the perfect decoration for your Halloween front porch!
Easy DIY Halloween Wreath with Spiderwebs
If you’re new here, I love simple and easy DIY projects that look like they took you all afternoon, but in reality take less than an hour! This cute and easy DIY Halloween wreath serves up some Halloween spook with it’s creepy crawly spiders and monochromatic colors.
I’ll show you how easy it is to make this wreath and some helpful tips too!
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How To Make This DIY Spiderweb Wreath
You only need a few supplies to make this fun DIY Halloween wreath. I used a grapevine wreath from the Christmas section that was lightly flocked. This made the wreath feel lighter and really made those spiders pop! You could use a natural one if you can’t find a white version.
Next, just grab as many plastic spiders as you can find. I found a bunch in my garage bins and picked up a few new sparkly ones at the craft store. The bigger rubber spider makes quite the creepy statement on this easy DIY Halloween wreath don’t you think?!
Scary Halloween Wreath Supplies
- Flocked Grapevine wreath (found in the Christmas section)
- Plastic spiders. Assorted sizes adds to the interest
- Spider Web batting
- Copper LED lights (battery operated with timer)
- Floral wire
Assembling the Easy Halloween Wreath
First, wrap your LED lights around the wreath and secure the battery pack to the bottom back with floral wire. Make sure the switch is facing out so you can easily turn it on and off if needed.
I really like using the LED lights with the timer so that your lights go on everyday at the same time. These lights usually come with a 6 hours on, 18 hours off feature.
Next, start pulling the spider web material across the wreath to create a light web affect. Start at the back and pull down or across, using the branches to make the webbing stick. Then repeat this process going in the opposite direction.
Now, add the biggest spider to the bottom corner. Secure using floral wire if needed. And finish off the DIY Halloween wreath by sprinkling spiders here and there. Go as crazy or minimal as you want!
The spiders should naturally stick into the webbing. You don’t need to use wire or glue as long as they are small enough.
If you want to add a ribbon to hang the wreath, loop it through the top. You want to do this last so the spider webs stick to the grapevine stems.
Now, you have the perfect spooky and easy DIY Halloween wreath for your front door! I love how this wreath is neutral and can go with any color scheme – even my newly painted PINK front door!
Be sure to check out my what other fun and creative Halloween ideas my friends are sharing below. Happy Halloween!
More DIY Halloween Ideas
Today I’m joined by a talented group of blogging friends who are also sharing their Halloween DIY ideas with you! Just click on the links below the images to be taken to see their full post…
DIY Potion Bottles with Printable Labels at The Happy Housie // DIY Halloween Prop from $2 Flatware Box at Confessions of a Serial Do It Yourselfer // DIY Halloween Centrepiece at House by Hoff // Modern Farmhouse Halloween Entry at Tatertots and Jello // Halloween Nougat Candy at A Pretty Life
DIY Halloween Floral Headband at Two Twenty One // Halloween Mantel with Free Printable at The Handmade Home // Painted Hudson’s Bay Blanket Pumpkins at The Heathered Nest // DIY Halloween Flag at Cassie Bustamante // Poison Apple Pumpkins at All Things With Purpose
Easy DIY Halloween Wreath at Modern Glam // Ghost Rice Krispie Squares at Life is a Party // How to Make a Halloween BOO Sign at My Sweet Savannah // Silly Spider Cookies at She Gave it a Go // Creepy Halloween Wreath at Hallstrom Home
DIY Potions and Magic Halloween Sign at Lolly Jane // Paper Staircase Mice at Sincerely, Marie Designs // Spooky DIY Eyeball Terrarium at Paint Me Pink // DIY Minimalist Halloween Wreath at Lemon Thistle // DIY Salt Dough Garland at Aratari at Home