Spooky Wreaths for the Spookiest Day

Kristin Jackson's Black Halloween Wreath
Kristin Jackson from Hunted Interior

“Wanting to create a spooky and sophisticated Halloween Bar Cart this year, I decided to decorate my black wreath as if it were a funeral wreath. I adorned the front with a banner and added in some blood red peonies to enhance the “creepy factor”. Adding the phrase “Drink Up Witches” adds a little humor to the vignette and invites my guests to come over and pick their poison.”

Morgan Wetherington's Halloween Wreath
Morgan Wetherington from Sprinkle of Glam

“I just did my “spooky” bar cart with the lovely Treetopia wreath. I used paper bats and striped ribbon to decorate the wreath and then included my favorite Halloween barware on my bar cart.”

Dana Patterson's Black Halloween Wreath
Dana Patterson from Enchanted Mommy

“It all started with a black lit wreath from Treetopia. From there, we had to decorate the wreath and then all around the mantel. The different decorations came from stores like Michaels, A.C. Moore, HomeGoods, Kohls, and Target. We had a blast decorating for Halloween!”

Beth Connolly's Black Halloween Wreath
Beth Connolly from Chinoiserie Chic

“I found creepy hands at Paper Source and bloodshot eyeballs at Michael’s and glue-gunned them to the wreath. The witch legs in the center are a kid’s trick or treat bag I got at HomeGoods. The wreath decorations cost $10 and 10 minutes to decorate and I think it’s darling. It looks great lit at night!”

For more Halloween inspiration, check out Jennifer Perkins’ decorated black Christmas tree and her spooktastic take on our black garlands!

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