I have my spider wreath hanging on my door, and am excited to show it off to you!
I liked the simplicity, but I thought it needed just a little something else. When I spotted some discarded burlap on my craft room floor (how's that for inspiration!) I just cut it into triangles and made a quick banner. I hot glued the triangles onto a strand of yard and wrote on them with a paint marker:
Remember, this yarn wreath is a base for an interchangeable wreath. So I can use it more than once! So with the spiders, instead of hot gluing them directly to the wreath, I glued them to a strand of yarn. Then when the glue was dry, I just tied the yard (with the spider attached) around the wreath. I feel like a genius for figuring this out! Love the dimension the spiders add:
Remember, here's the wreath as a baby shower version (the flower clump is tied on - you can read more about it here: Interchangeable Baby Wreath)
And now here it is, working as a Spider Wreath for Halloween - I love it!
Have you made a yarn-wrapped wreath yet?? Give it a try - it has endless possibilities!