This post contains affiliate links and/or images. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases, at no cost to you. This Easy Halloween Washi Tape DIY Clothespin Wreath is an adorable way to add a touch of festive flair to your door. You will love how easy it is to make and how economical the project is to complete!
Easy Halloween Washi Tape DIY Clothespin Wreath
Have you priced Halloween wreaths at any store lately? I have and the sticker shock hasn’t worn off yet. I desperately wanted to add something to our front door but there was no way I could stretch my holiday budget to accommodate an adorable, but overpriced wreath.
Instead, I decided to DIY a wreath. It looks every bit as cute as the offerings in the trendy decor stores, but it only cost me a few dollars and a few moments of my time to create.
One of my favorite things about this wreath project is that it uses Washi tape. There are so many prints available that you could make these wreaths dozens of times with different tape if you were so inclined.
I am already thinking ahead to other holidays and keeping my eyes open for new Washi tape prints! I already have my Christmas wreath planned as well a a super cute Memorial Day version!
- One 12″ wire floral wreath
- One package of 100 wooden clothespins
- Several rolls of Halloween Washi Tape
- Ribbon for hanging
- Over the door wreath hanger
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Step 1: Choose the number of Washi tape designs you will use. We chose 6.
Step 2: Starting at the top of the flat part of the clothespin, add your Washi tape. When you reach the bottom of the clothespin, tear or cut the Washi tape. Repeat this until all your clothespins are covered.
Step 3: Your Washi tape will be wider than your clothespin, so you can either fold it over the sides or cut it for a neater look.
Step 4: Attach your clothespins to the wire floral wreath, alternating them high, then low, then high, etc.
Step 5: Continue this all around the wreath until it is full. In order to get all the clothespins to fit, you may need to squish them together!
Step 6: Grab your ribbon supplies: Take your smaller ribbon and measure how long you want the space from where you will hang the wreath to the wreath itself.
We allowed about 12”, so we cut a length of ribbon of approx. 25”. Fold the ribbon in half and thread through the wreath and tie a small knot.
Step 7: Hang on your door using a wrath hanger.
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