Free Halloween Wreath Made From A Recycled Grapevine Wreath

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A Halloween Wreath!

Free!

Halloween wreath close up

My Love dared me to not spend too much money this month since we kinda splurged on something fun for the entire family last month. I was bound and determined to try my best and cooperate.

Last week, I came across some grapevine wreaths. I knew I could use them later, so got them.

Discarded wreaths

While the grapevine wreaths really don’t cost too much why not save a few bucks while I can? That way I can spend more or the fun stuff!

One of the wreaths had a garland of shells and leaves on it that were pretty faded and shabby so I tore them off (will save for later, they’re still cute!)

Shells garland close up

old wreath

I spray painted the entire thing with a dark grey color. Actually I used leftover truck bed black paint (shhh!!!-I am hoping My Love didn’t need it anymore) with Rustoleum Hammered Bronze to finish it off.

Gray painted wreath

I pulled a few items out of my Halloween collection from previous years, borrowed some black and white ribbons from Butterfly’s homecoming mum craft collection, and in just a few minutes finished the wreath. Easy-Peasy!!!

I even got a thumbs up from my little crafty audience a.k.a. Buttercup and LadyBug. Awesome to this mom.

Spider and boo word decoration

Here’s the final result: I hope you like it as much as I LOVED making it!

Finished wreath

Related: cute Christmas sock wreath

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7 Comments

  1. Holly_Palermo

    Love the wreath! You could seriously sell those. I'd love to have one. LOVE U SIS!

  2. melissa * 320 Sycamore

    I love it! I especially LOVE the price~way to use what you already had. Thank you for sharing with us! 🙂

  3. Debbiedoo’s blogging and blabbing

    Love it, and free and creative is even better. Thanks for your sweet comment.

  4. ~ Tami @ Curb Alert!

    Thank you all for your sweet comments. I guess I'd better get busy on my sister's wreath!

  5. Sally

    What a cute make over!

  6. ~ Tami @ Curb Alert!

    Thanks Sally, I appreciate you stopping by. Hope to see you again 🙂

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