I had an idea for a spooky Halloween wreath, but I didn’t want to pay $14 for a styrofoam wreath form. So, I headed to a local thrift shop, found an old ugly yarn wrapped wreath and bought it for all of $.75. I dismantled it and turned it into a delightfully frightful DIY spooky spider wreath. The total cost was $4.00 and I think it looks pretty darn cool. The step by step instructions are below.
- Styrofoam wreath form in your choice of sizes. The flat ones are easier than the round tube ones to use.
- 2 Packages of Spanish moss or other decorative moss. I got mine at the Dollar Tree.
- 2 Pack of large spiders. Again, mine were $1 at the Dollar Tree.
- Several small spiders. These were spider rings that we already had in our old decorations.
- Hot glue gun