Ten Great Halloween Wreaths

My front door is covered this season and yet, I can’t seem to stop looking at (and in some cases drooling over) Halloween wreaths. Since I do not have space for yet another wreath of my own, I am going to share a few of my favorites here.

My favorite wreath this season is from 36th Avenue. Simply gorgeous. I love everything about it.

Shabby Chic Halloween WreathAnd, I love the attention to detail.

Halloween wreath detailsThis wreath is simple…Can you find fake garlic? Anyone seen it? ‘Cause otherwise…Eww! No one would want to come anywhere near your door on Halloween.

Garlic Halloween Wreath I’ve been loving the spooky lately and this wreath is no exception. It’s amazing how natural can be soo, well creepy!

Spooky Halloween WreathThe Chick Adee Shop calls it Howling at the moon.

She’s actually got several great wreaths over in her shop. I love this black and white wreath too…

Vintage Black and White Halloween WreathDon’t you think it’s the pumpkin that truly makes it wonderful?

This wreath first showed up over on Crafts and Sutch last year.

Creepy Spider Halloween WreathI bookmarked it then and it ALMOST had a home on my front door this year…It definitely meets the spook factor I was looking for this year. What do you think? To creepy?

There’s something super cool about this project…It’s modern, but the paper and embellishments have a vintagey feel.

Paper Halloween WreathEven better? This particular wreath was created by a dude. Hardly ever happens in our world :)

This one has been around for years, but I think it’s suck a fun idea…Remember message boards?

Halloween Monster Wreath Monsters IncThis wreath is waaaay more time consuming than anything I could ever complete, but I love the colors and dimension.

Making Memories Ribbon Halloween WreathYou can find it over on the Making Memories site.

Pretty sure that the boys would have found this wreath from Mega Spooky over on Ready Set Craft way more intriguing than what we ended up with.  Do you like?

Skeleton Halloween WreathI sorta do.

They’re not exactly wreaths, but I adore these Halloween style embroidery hoops from Women’s Day featured on The Thriftess. 

Halloween Lace embroidery hoop decorationsWow. In review I am realizing I’ve gone from Vintage Halloween fun to creepy all in one year. I guess boys will do that to you…So how about you? Is your Halloween vintage, creepy, cute or glam?

Tauni is a former public relations executive who spent 12+ years handling communications and events for an array of clients, from the NBA and Olympics to numerous high ranking politicians. Today, she handles social media for a local agency and hosts SNAP!, an annual social media conference for bloggers focused on entertaining, craft and home DIY.


  1. Oh my gosh… REALLY? Your FAVORITE?

    Let’s say I want to hug you right now!


    • Desiree, I really, really love your wreath. I have been eying it for weeks! It has just the right amount of style and creates the perfect seasonal feel! Great job!!!


  2. Great collection of wreaths! I think the first one is my favorite too. That orange fabric is so pretty, and of course I adore rosettes. I love that the crow looks like he’s sitting on a nest.

    • Kara, I love, love that wreath. Like want to go to her house and steal it off the front door love :) They’re all pretty fantastic though, right?!


  3. Slightly off topic, I’ve seen that vintage pumpkin image attributed to Matthew Mead saying it is for personal, non-commerical use. How does one go about getting copyright permission so you can use for items you’re selling?

    • Yikes! Copywrite permission is usually pretty expensive…Rather than utilizing an image that requires permission, I’d turn to an old book or illustration. You can purchase them rather inexpensively, scan them in, buff them up and use them :)

      And this, is why we will be hosting a class at SNAP! on copywrite issues…


      • Thanks Tauni, being a librarian I have a pretty good idea of copyright, but I wasn’t sure if there was something else to know in this arena. I guess the lesson here is just because someone else is doing it, doesn’t make it right/legit.

        I’ve got to make a snap (get it?!) decision on SNAP before tickets are gonezo!

        • LOL. Andi, I’ve noticed our community tends to violate copyright law fairly frequently, but mostly because they just don’t know. That’s one of the reasons a copyright class was so important to us!

          I hope you are able to make it, I would love to meet you! We have are down to about half of our tickets – right on target…



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