Sep 20, 2017

Dollar Tree Halloween Witch Wreath

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The Dollar Tree is a great place to find fun and affordable Halloween decor and Halloween craft supplies. I enjoy making holiday and seasonal wreaths, and I often gather my supplies from the Dollar Tree.  This year, I decided to make a fun witchy Halloween wreath using flowers, a witch hat, skeletons, a Halloween sign, and a spooky raven all from the Dollar Tree.
Halloween flowers
black leaves
black spray paint
Halloween sign
Halloween witch hat
bird house
glue gun & glue sticks

I found several of these willow wreaths at the local Dollar Tree, and I grabbed this spray paint from my stash of paint.

I spray painted the wreath and allowed it to dry overnight.

The Dollar Tree always has awesome flowers, and I found these purple and black roses full of eyeballs and glittery spiders

I wrapped the wreath in black leaves and attached the roses using hot glue. The black leaves were in my craft supply stash, so I'm not sure where I purchased them. However, the Dollar Tree has leaves, and you can paint them black or whatever color you want. The wreath now has eyes, and it can see you! 👀

A few years ago, I upcycled a pair of maternity shorts into Halloween Witch Stockings, and I decided to add those to this wreath.

The orange ribbon I used on these was purchased from the Dollar Tree. I will share a post detailing how I made these witch stockings soon.
Here are the Halloween signs, skeletons, and witch hats I purchased from the Dollar Tree to include on this wreath.

I bought two Halloween signs, but I decided to stay with the witch theme this wreath and chose the sign with the witchy feet. I also found a Halloween themed birdhouse in my craft supply stash. I love including birdhouses on my wreaths.

The wreath is all done, and I've circled some of the spooky creatures on the wreath. I had to add a raven sitting on top of the spooky Halloween birdhouse.

I usually wait until October 1st to decorate for Halloween, so I will display my new wreath on our front door as soon as October arrives!

While the local Dollar Tree stores have a great variety of craft supplies and decor, you can find even more wonderful supplies by shopping the Dollar Tree online! Here are a few of the awesome Halloween craft supplies you can order online from the Dollar Tree:

The Dollar Tree also has a blog full of boo-tiful Halloween inspiration, so check out their blog, too! The Dollar Tree blog posts include links to purchase the Dollar Tree decor, party supplies, and craft supplies used for each project. So what are you waiting for? Head over to the Dollar Tree today! Happy Halloween Crafting!!

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