This is so fun to see as you pull up to your house! It’s kid friendly, yet elegant – in a fun kind of way! I found a really fun fuzzy yarn in the material section of a department store and was inspired to come up with a fun Halloween Decoration. Here’s what I came up with and the how to on making this DIY Monster Wreath For Halloween :

A DIY One-eyed Monster Wreath for Halloween - easy to make and so cute as a Halloween decoration - www.kidfriendlythingstodo.com

 Supplies, you’ll need:

  • A Styrofoam Wreath – find them in most craft stores.
  • Monster Fur Yarn – Yarn comes in all textures and colors, now! We used dark purple for a Halloween color
  • Felt – White & lavender
  • A large black button – we used a shiny, gem looking button
  • Several google eyes
  • Ribbon to hang the wreath
  • Any other accessories you want to add to the scare factor. We used some sparkly spiders to crawl down the ribbon!
  • Glue gun with glue sticks

My Recommended Amazon Picks:
(affiliated links)

 

Now, to get going:

A DIY One-eyed Monster Wreath for Halloween - easy to make and so cute as a Halloween decoration - www.kidfriendlythingstodo.com

  • Wrap the wreath in the fur yarn. Tie the yarn in a knot to secure. You won’t see the knot, the fur will cover it up
  • Cut a long section of your ribbon to hang the wreath from. Place the ribbon around the wreath, and even out the ends. Glue the ribbon to the wreath to secure it.
  • Now, Add the white felt to the back of your wreath, glue to secure, and trim any edges that might show in the front. Flip the wreath back to the front.
  • Cut a circle from the lavender felt, about 3 inches in diameter. Glue that to the center of the white
  • Add your black button to the center of the lavender circle for the finishing touches of the big eyeball!
  • Glue random google eyes to the fur
  • Hang and Enjoy!

Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.Com  A monster wreath craft, A Halloween craft, A Hallowen wreath craft, A fun thing to do with kids, A fun thing to do with kids in Connecticut, A fun thing to do with kids in MA


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by Wordpress