October is here! October is here! One of my favorite month’s of the year. My son’s birthday is this month, we get to do pumpkin patches this month, carve pumpkins, haunted houses! YAY! We’re back again this month with our fabulous blog hopping crew rounding up 12 Witch Halloween Decor ideas! TWELVE! And today I’m sharing my newest Halloween creation…my Glam Witch Halloween Wreath! And at the end of this post…you get the chance to win a box full of Martha Stewart Halloween goodies!! So stick around and check out all the Halloween goodness!
This wreath is SO very easy to make…I didn’t even take pictures of the steps because it’s that easy.
What You Need:
Silver (looking glass) Spray Paint
Martha Stewart Spiders
Witch Cutout (I used clip art and cut it out on my Silhouette…google it)
Martha Stewart Glitter/Glue
First up, spray paint your willow wreath silver. Let dry completely.
I used Martha Stewart’s Glitter and Glue set in “Goblin” and “Raven” to dust a few branches on the wreath for some extra funk (everything looks better with glitter, right?!).
Then I applied my Martha Stewart spiders to the wreath using hot glue.
Finally I cut out a witch silhouette clip art using my Silhouette and black glitter paper (google Flying Witch Silhouette and you’ll have tons of options). Then I applied the paper to the wreath with hot glue. FINALLY (again) I added black and green/white striped ribbon to tie in some more color and hung it on my door.
This wreath is something ANY of you can make it and it literally is so easy!
Looking for more witch ideas? Check out my friends sites for more ideas…click on the photos below for link to their posts!
And the BEST part of all of this?? The folks at Martha Stewart wanted to get in on the fun Halloween action and share their most recent Halloween magazine, a pumpkin witch’s caldron tutorial AND….an AWESOME giveaway of Martha Stewart Halloween crafts!
MARTHA STEWART PUMPKIN CAULDRON TUTORIAL
Tools & Materials
• large pumpkin
• keyhole saw or serrated knife
• fleshing tool
• sisal rope
• 3 eyebolts, with washers and nuts
• 3 long, straight branches
• 20-gauge wire
• S hook
• outdoor stake light (with yellow or orange bulb)
• sturdy glass bowl
• dry ice and protective gloves
- Cut top off pumpkin, using saw.
- Hollow out pumpkin with fleshing tool.
- Drill 3 equidistant holes about 2 inches below opening.
- Cut 3 lengths of rope to hang pumpkin.
- Tie 1 end of each rope to an eyebolt.
- Push eyebolts through holes in pumpkin; secure with washers and nuts.
- Prop branches in a tepee shape, and secure at top with wire; thread wire inside top to hang S hook.
- Hide visible wire with rope. Knot pumpkin’s rope ends together, and hang from S hook.
- For “fire”: Insert stake light into the ground, and cover it with twigs. For “mist”: Put glass bowl with dry ice inside pumpkin; add some water. (Wear gloves when handling dry ice.)
Keyhole saw,from $5.50; natural sisal rope (65495), 3/8 inches by 50 feet, $9; eyebolt with nut, 1/4 by 4 inches, $0.50; cut washer, 1/4 inches, $2.50 for 25, homedepot.com. fleshing tool, $4.50, ceramicsupplyinc.com. Panacea 20-gauge paddle wire in Green, $3.50, createforless.com. Thomas and Betts stake light, $8, amazon.com. dry ice, dryicedirectory.com for locations.
THE BEST PART?! Now we’re giving away some AWESOME BOO-TIFUL Martha Stewart Halloween goodies! Enter to win all the goodies in the image below simply by following these amazing blogs below via Pinterest. Enter in Rafflecopter to win!
I love this blog great ideas!!!
I love this wreath!!! Simple….yet brilliant!
Love this Wreath Abbey! Love!
Very cute Abbey! Love that it isn’t made out of traditional wreath materials! PS… congrats on the baby girl! YAY!
Thanks for linking up to this week’s Catch a Glimpse Party! I’ll be featuring this tomorrow. 🙂
I love Halloween stuff that is pretty too. Your wreath is great! And thanks for the giveaway! I hope I win I hope I win
The wreath is so fun!! Love the witch!
That is such a sweet wreath. 🙂
This is a great wreath!
Fun idea.. Love the witch.. 😉
I love those little spiders, so cute!