DIY Halloween Sweater Wreath

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Today we’d like to share a super affordable and fun way to decorate for Halloween. This sweater wreath only cost $2 and couldn’t have been easier!

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We simply cut up a few old sweaters into strips and tied them onto this wire wreath frame.

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We are pretty impressed with what a statement this large wreath makes for a mere $2, when using this coupon.

It found a perfect home for the season in Sarah’s guest bathroom that she always makes extra spooky for Halloween.

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Just wait until you see the whole room…

3 Responses to “DIY Halloween Sweater Wreath”

  1. Friday Finds | to london with love Says:

    […] scarves, boots, and my favourite fall-idays. I love Hallowe’en and I love an easy DIY so this sweater wreath is calling my […]

  2. Linda Says:

    How long and wide were the strips? I love it!

  3. Emily Says:

    Hi Linda, the strips were about 8″ long and 1″ wide, but we trimmed them up after we tied them onto the wreath. You can’t really go wrong, we bet wider strips would look good too. Good luck!

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