October 31, is right around the corner. Decorate your front door with one of these frightfully fun Halloween wreaths.
I am busy getting ready for Halloween. It seems like I start so early, but then boom! It’s creeped right up on me. I am hoping to get my porch decor out the last weekend of September. Crazy? Well, I live in Utah and Halloween is a BIG deal here.
I love black and white for Halloween. It’s classic.
I love how fun this ribbon wreath is…
There’s something super spooky about this simple wreath, don’t you think?
I love black and white wreaths for Halloween. They’re simply the best.
Okay. I think you can tell I love a good black and white wreath for Halloween. Here’s one more…
That said, I also love scary skulls…
I love the simplicity of this wreath. I think I’d add a little tag or banner that said Halloween!
I am absolutely in love with this sugar skull wreath. Use it for Halloween and then celebrate The Day of the Dead in November!
I love the contrast on this Day of the Dead wreath.
Here’s another take on the sugar skull wreath.
I aint afraid of no ghosts!
How about a friendly bat?
I love that this wreath can easily be transformed beyond Halloween…
I love this embroidery hoop spider wreath.
This is one of my favorite Halloween wreaths…
Few things are as spooky as spiders, especially when they’re giant. Don’t miss this extra large hula hoop wreath.
This simple Halloween wreath is easy to make and suuuuper spooky. I love the boo banner.
I love this fancy tulle wreath. It’s so pretty!
How about a haunted Halloween house? So fun.
Nothing says Halloween quite like candy corn.
Here’s another fun take on a candy corn wreath.
Looking for more of a neutral look? I love this plaid pumpkin wreath.
If you’re looking for a wreath that can take you from Halloween to Thanksgiving, look no further. This practically perfect pumpkin wreath is just the thing!
If a wreath just isn’t your thing, consider this Halloween sign.
And this pennant banner is so cute…