I’ve shared before my love of wreaths.
Must be the southerner in me. Got a door, gotta hang a wreath on it. And gotta change that wreath with every season.
My fallish Halloween front porch features no less than three festive handmade wreaths. It’s a big front porch, and can you ever have too many wreaths?
This skeleton wreath I whipped up over the weekend is one of the ones on display on my front porch.
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I just used a black wreath form and embellished it with some awesome skeleton ribbon (similar to this ribbon) ) Some purple glittery foliage (leftover from last year’s Halloween decorations), some glittered skeletons and a foam skull make for a spooky wreath indeed.
For tips on how to work with this type of wreath form, check out this post.
I’m calling this the ‘Til Death Do Us Part Skeleton Wreath because I think it looks like the two hanging skeletons went to the gallows together.
I think the skeleton on the left looks feminine, while the one on the right looks like a dude. (I watch a lot of “Bones,” so I’m sure my forensic analysis is correct.) I’m pretending they were a pair on the way to the altar when tragedy befell them. This was not exactly the honeymoon this pair were expecting, I’m sure.
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