This is a quick and easy project if you are still looking for last-minute Halloween decorations. I made this using a 12 in. foam wreath, straight pins, black polyester ribbon, and Dollar Tree Halloween decorations.
I started off by wrapping the ribbon around the wreath. I secured the ribbon with the straight pins (I used this method because I plan on using the wreath at a later date).
I used the straight pins again to secure the Halloween decorations to the wreath.
Finally, I tied black ribbon around the top part of the wreath so that I could hang it from my door.
I love doing Halloween crafts, so I bought this $1 mat to decorate for my front door. This project is inexpensive and very easy to complete.
I painted the mat using sponge brushes, acrylic paint, and stencils.
After I was done painting the letters and shapes, I let the mat sit overnight to make sure the paint was completely dry.
Here is the finished product:
These craft projects are easy ways to decorate your home.
For the first project, I used a cheap charger plate I bought at a craft store for $1, gold spray paint, a Sharpie paint pen, and a stencil.
I painted the plate with the gold spray paint. Once the paint was dry, I drew designs on the plate using the paint pen and stencil.
For the next project, I used metal serving trays from Dollar Tree to make useful wall decorations.
I used Krylon Paint + Primer in different colors to paint the trays. Then, I added chalkboard paint to one of the trays.
I made magnets for the other trays using adhesive magnet buttons and mosaic tiles.
Here is the finished project:
Now I have a fun way of leaving messages and instructions for my family.