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black and purple DIY witch hat wreath
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DIY Dollar Tree Halloween Witch Hat Wreath

DIY witch hat halloween wreath using dollar tree supplies
Total Time1 hour 30 minutes
Servings: 1 wreath
Author: Stephy
Cost: $15


  • scissors


  • 1 bundle yarn black
  • 2 rolls deco mesh purple
  • 2 rolls deco mesh black
  • 1 wired ribbon purple
  • 1 pack pipe cleaners black
  • 1 witch hat wire wreath form
  • halloween accents (halloween florals, glittery bats, pumpkins and spiders, foil/tinsel garland)


  • Starting at the top of the wreath, tie the yarn off behind the wreath and wind black yarn around the top.
  • Wrap the yarn around the wreath form (going from one side to the other) until you get to the last two section of the wreath at the bottom and then tie off the bottom end around the back of the wreath.
  • Cut strips of deco mesh for all 4 rolls and at least 1 roll of dove tailed ribbon (about 5″-8″ for each). You don't need to be precise with cutting or measuring because no one will notice.
  • Roll deco mesh strips in groups of 4 (2 purple ones and 2 black ones). Add an accent piece in the front such as ribbon, garland, floral stem, etc.
  • Once your bundle is completed, pinch them together in the middle and tie a black pipe cleaner around the pinched area, making sure it's tied off in the back.
  • Continue making bundles of deco mesh with accents until you use all the deco mesh and ribbon.
  • Add each bundle to the wire wreath form by tying the the black cleaner around the top and bottom of the last section of the wreath. Make sure the pipe cleaners are facing the back of the wreath.
  • Continue adding the bundles and push them together to ensure there are no gaps between them. To keep them together tightly, it helped me to not only tie the black pipe cleaners to the wreath form but to the previous bundle as well. Alternate between bundles with ribbons and accents to give it a symmetrical look.
  • Once you have added all the bundles and the wreath is full, fluff it out.
  • Add all your clip-on accents to the wreath.