Think festive ornaments are only reserved for Christmas? Think again! Today I’ve teamed up with Command Brand to show how to make a Halloween ornament wreath that is perfect for sprucing up outdoor spaces. And, using Command’s versatile line of outdoor products, there is no limit to the places you can show off you creation: doors, windows, siding, trim and more! This wreath can be made in just three easy steps and with just a few simple supplies. Let’s get right to it!
Today’s post is brought to you by Command Brand. All opinions are entirely my own.
For this project, you will need…
- Black wired tinsel wreath
- Halloween-themed ornaments
- 1 roll 6″ tulle
- Wired ribbon
- Command Outdoor Clear Window Hooks
- Distribute the ornaments evenly over the surface of the wreath, affixing each one to the wreath by slipping it over a branch and twisting to secure.
- Loosely tuck strips of the tulle into the wreath between the ornaments.
- Create a bow with the wired ribbon and affix it to the top center of the wreath by twisting onto one of the branches.
In just a few minute’s time and with just three simple steps, your Halloween ornament wreath is complete!
Now, it’s time to put it proudly on display!
I absolutely love incorporating Command products into my holiday decor each year. (You can read all about how I use Command hooks to create a perfect Christmas mantel here.) Overall, I love these products most for their reliability and ease of use, but I also love the fact that these hooks are damage-free and completely reusable when outfitted with refill strips. (Ease + value = a perfect combination in my book!) So, the same hooks I used to spruce up for front porch for Halloween can be put to good use come Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or even on the Fourth of July. Nice!
The Command Large Outdoor Clear Window Hook is just right for hanging a Halloween ornament wreath like the one we’ve created today.
To hang, simply remove the paper backing and affix the appropriate side of the strip to the clip before peeling off the opposite paper backing and affixing the hook to the window. So easy!
I love the pop of color these wreaths add to my plain-Jane front porch windows. I can already foresee a similar set of wreaths made in Christmas colors being hung on these very hooks after Halloween has come and gone!
With just a small investment of time, a Halloween ornament wreath is sure to make your home one of the the most stylish stops for trick-or-treaters this year. I hope you are inspired to put one together now to enjoy throughout the spooky season!