Today I'll share how I made this tissue paper wreath for Halloween, spending very little money to do it.
Wreath Form (mine is from Dollar Tree)
Orange Tissue Paper
Pipe Cleaners in Orange and Black (I used yellow, but you should use orange if possible.)
Halloween Embellishment (mine is handmade, but you could use a store-bought one if you like)
Glue Gun with Glue Sticks
Ribbon or String
With each set of squares, staple the middle of a pipe cleaner to the center of the flower. You can staple it twice if you like.
I glued a pipe cleaner to the back of this embellishment, then wrapped it around.
For a little something extra, I made some pipe cleaner swirls from black pipe cleaners, then glued those to the wreath form with hot glue. After I handled them, they needed to be evened out a little after they were glued on.
Use a final pipe cleaner to make a hook on the back if you're planning to hang it by a ribbon. Then just tie on a ribbon or string, hang it up, and enjoy the festive touch! This smaller size wreath is great for a kitchen. I hung it on a corner cabinet in my kitchen, and it looks great!
Like the skull embellishment? I'll be showing how to make that next, so check back here soon!