Say "hi" to Halloween by creating a dimensional wreath from mason jar bands. To make, wrap jar bands with colorful washi tape (we used 44 bands for our wreath), making sure to cover the entire side. Continue for all bands, alternating the decorative tape designs as you go. Next string the wrapped bands onto a 24-inch length of wire. Twist the ends of the wire together and hide them inside the bands to close the wreath. Add a bow and hot-glue it to the base of your wreath.
Fly high with a Halloween wreath covered with oragami critters. to make, spray-paint a grapevine wreath form matte white; let dry. Cut black and gray art paper into squares (we used 8-, 9-, and 10-inch squares). Download the pattern and fold squares into bat shapes, following the pattern. Hot-glue the bats to the wreath.
Let nature direct your fall wreath-making. Glue a few faux leaves around a twig wreath form. When the glue is dry, lightly spray the entire wreath with copper metallic spray paint. Tuck in acorns, berries, and any other faux fall embellishments you'd like before securing with glue.
This subtle wreath takes its dimension from faux hydrangea bundles. Tuck the hydrangea into a 24-inch-wide Great Pine wreath, securing the flowers with green floral wire.
Editor's Tip: Hang the wreath with a nail or removeable adhesive and then add the ribbon to fit. The ribbon should not support the wreath; it's for decoration.
Orange feather boas look adorable as a frame wrap. Tie the end of a boa to an old picture frame. Wrap until the frame is completely covered (if needed, tie on a second boa). When you've reached the end, knot the ends at the back of the frames. Wire on a black crow and hang with thick black ribbon.