Black & White Halloween Wreath

I’m super excited to show you my Black & White Halloween Wreath today!  It was fun and easy to make, and I’m loving the switch from lots of black with orange in Halloween’s past here to a more updated black and white decorating scheme here this year.  

I already had the straw wreath form covered in the black & white chevron fabric and the polka dot bow from our Chevron Birthday Party we had for these three cuties back in May.  

{Sorry, iPhone only pics for these next three pictures}… 

It was a simple wreath that I just taped a cute printable into the middle right onto the door.  Sometimes I’m fancy like that 😉

And this is one of my favorite pictures ever… when I say we’re having a Black & White Chevron Birthday Party, our guests take it seriously!  

So, back to the wreath.  I picked up some inexpensive grey creepy fabric and some glitter spiders from Walmart recently.  I just kind of wrapped some of the fabric loosely around the wreath and put a tiny bit of hot glue (because someday in the future I’ll probably re-use this wreath again for another occasion.  Because I’m cheap budget-friendly like that.) 

Then I used some FolkArt Chalkboard paint, American Crafts Chalkboard Markers, and adorable wooden pennants from Pick Your Plum to make the little EEK sign that I strung onto the wreath with Pick Your Plum grey twine.  And I love how these glitter spiders look on the creepy fabric.

I’m loving our “new” Black & White Chevron wreath, and especially because it’s the 1st time I’ve crafted in months {it was a BUSY summer with 4 little boys home} and because it cost me under $5 since I had most of the supplies, and even most of the wreath, done already! 

 Have a great weekend! xoxo 

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