30 BOOtiful Halloween Wreaths

Fact: A dressed up door is the only way to keep the monsters out.

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Spook trick-or-treaters with a homespun web, a swarm of bats or the Wicked Witch of the West thanks to these door decoration ideas. We've got DIY ideas no matter what your skill level (or how much time you feel like spending on a project), and a few store-bought options, as well. Plus, get more DIY Halloween decorating ideas and elegant fall wreath ideas.

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Bat Wreath

If you can use a glue gun, you can make this wreath.

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Colorful Pumpkin Wreath

Who says bright colors end with summer? Paint mini pumpkins your favorite bright colors and use them to make a wreath. As long as there's pumpkins involved, it's still seasonally appropriate.

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Pumpkin Patch Wreath

This simple rustic wreath can work from Halloween right up until Thanksgiving.

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Halloween Mesh Wreath

If you want to keep your decor elegant, this is the wreath for you. It's made out of mesh and ribbons.

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Spooky Spiders Wreath

We know they're fake, but it's still terrifying.

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Black Cat Wreath

On October 31st, it's bad luck not to have a black cat somewhere in your house.

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Cupcake Liner Wreath

Finally—all those unused cupcake liners sitting in your cupboard will come in handy!

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black feather wreath
Touch of Nature
Feather Wreath

You really can order this at the last minute and get it in time for your party. It's not witchcraft—it's just Prime shipping.

$23, amazon.com

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Northlight
Mini Pumpkin Wreath

Teeny-tiny pumpkins = all the Halloween cuteness, none of the spook.

$45, wayfair.com

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Shea's Wildflowers
Batty Wreath

There's no such thing as too many bats on Halloween. Hopefully none of them are of the vampire variety.

$17, jet.com

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Michael Partenio
Black Twig Wreath

Up your curb appeal with this ghoulish decoration: a black. Then glue on a few twigs from the yard, making sure they follow the same direction. Add a mini pumpkin, plastic spiders, or cobwebs as an extra scare tactic.

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Michael Partenio
Witch Door Decoration

Good witch or bad, this simple silhouette comes courtesy of a free template. Don't forget the sparkly stars that complete the airborne illusion.

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Our Best Bites
Black Tulle Wreath

Start with a , since the will fill out fast. This version features ribbon roses, but a giant orange bow would look just as bold.

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Kate Mathis
Blackened Roses Wreath

Darken your door with a moldering wreath straight from the crypt. Craft it fast with ebony flowers, a stuffed raven, bone-white branches, and a gnarled grapevine base.

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Mikkel Vang
Bat Door Decorations

Why stop at the front door? Extend a cloud of bats across the porch and into the entryway for an even bigger statement.

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Erin Phraner
Spider Wreath

This easy wall hanging only requires a few ingredients—a foam wreath form, black yarn, and decorative spiders and crows.

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The 36th Avenue
Floral Wreath

Spray-painted flowers plus a singular white bloom look chic and sinister atop a ribbon-wrapped wreath.

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Matthew Benson
Harvest Wreath

Use a square base (or picture frame!) for an angular arrangement of fall foliage. Added bonus: You can leave this festive decoration up through Thanksgiving.

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Shelly Hickox
Bird's Nest Wreath

This wicked wall hanging requires only a few ingredients—a grapevine wreath, black spray paint, Spanish moss, and a crow.

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Philip Friedman
Black Crepe Paper Wreath

Take your decor monochrome with a sleek wreath made from . Just snip, fold, and pin for a textured accent.

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Cornucopia Door Decoration

Bring on the decorative gourds! A bunch of mini pumpkins can outshine an average jack-o'-lantern any day.

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Antonis Achilleos
Candy Corn Wreath

Speed up this craft's gluing process with some sugary snacking along the way. Just make sure you have left to cover the whole ring!

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Create Craft Love
Raven Wreath

Edgar Allan Poe fans will appreciate this poetry-inspired project. Try out all-white fabric for a starker look.

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Chicken Scratch NY
"Boo" Wreath

Spell out the season's greetings (or a scary "eek!") with .

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Eighteen25
Skeleton Wreath

You've got to hand it to this metallic wreath for nailing the creepy vibe.

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No. 2 Pencil
Eyeball Wreath

You'll need a lot of , but the scary mass of will be so worth it.

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All Things Simple
Orange Felt Wreath

The secret behind that swirly texture? Pinked , folded and pinned.

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Craft Cuts
Monogrammed Pumpkin Decoration

Personalize your door hanger with the family initial and no one will forget who had the best house on the block.

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The Pinning Mama
"Boo" Door Sign

Any excuse to use glitter, really. Take a little inspiration from the night sky and use a .

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Sew In Love
Halloween Ornament Wreath

Baubles aren't just for Christmas. Pick up some and black balls (in both shiny and matte finishes) for an October spin on a holiday classic.

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