An easy DIY project: Create a dollar store halloween wreath in two simple steps using snakes and spray paint! Perfect for seasonal decor.
Good morning! How are you? I just finished up one of my DIY projects for Saturday’s Witches Tea Party/Halloween. A snake wreath. Previous years, I have had a raven wreath and one covered with spider webs and spiders but this year it was time for a change. This is a very easy project to do, so let’s get to it.
DIY Snake Wreath
Supplies for snake wreath:
- Dollar tree pastic snakes
- Grapevine wreath form
- Black spray paint (I used Krylon ColorMaster in a flat black)
- Glue gun, glue sticks, and wire
Spray paint both sides of wreath and snakes. The Krylon paint that I used dries super fast.
Attach your snakes! The larger ones already had a coiled shape, so I just wrapped them around (I used one little piece of wire to keep one part in place) and then I hot glued the smaller squiggly ones. You may need to touch up the paint, especially if you have wire showing.
You can keep adding snakes until you get the wreath as full as you want!
And that’s it! Super easy.
Not bad, for a two-step project! What do you think?
Would you mind having these creepy crawlers around your house?
What do you have on your door for Halloween this year? A Fall wreath or a spooky one? =) If you liked this, you’ll love my DIY faux leather snake napkin holders!
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