This year when you tell your kids that all their candy is gone, you can blame the it on this hilariously muppet-y monster wreath.
It takes a bit of time to make, but the results are worth it! All you need to know is how to use a glue gun and spray paint, and you're well on your way. Why not go beyond your standard jack-o-lantern decorations this year?
The monster wreath is a super fun way to use up all those pesky pine cones littering your lawn and add a festive Halloween craft to your front door.
Trick or treaters beware!
- 12" foam wreath form
- Pine cones in a variety of sizes
- 2 ping pong balls
- Black marker
- Can of green spray paint
- Hot glue gun with glue sticks
- Ribbon of your choice to make bow tie
- White foam board
First spray paint your wreath form and let dry.
Next glue your pine cones to your wreath form. Attach the large pine cones first and then fill in with the small and medium pine cones. Tip: Put the largest pine cones around the outer edge.
Completely cover the entire wreath with green spray paint.
While the pine cones are drying, use a black marker and draw eyeballs on the 2 foam or ping pong balls.
Using scissors, cut out 3 teeth from the white foam board.
Place the teeth and eyeballs on the wreath and then hot glue them in place. Add a bow made of ribbon to your wreath to give your monster an air of sophistication!
Hang your wreath on your front door and enjoy!