Halloween Bandana Wreath

DIY Halloween Bandana Wreath

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A Halloween Bandana Wreath is simple, easy and anyone can make one. Orange and black are perfect for Halloween! It’s not scary and it doesn’t scream Halloween, but it’s perfect for subtle Halloween decor on your front door.

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Do you love bandanas and wonder “What can I make with bandanas?” Well I have the perfect project for you today!

Supplies for Simple Halloween Wreath

Wooden Embroidery Hoop
Orange Bandanas
Black Bandanas
Fiskars Scissors
Soft Tape Measure

Let’s Create a Halloween Bandana Wreath

Cut the bandana strips about 8-10 inches long. I like my strips shorter, but cut them the length that works for you. My wreath took about 4 bandanas. The number of bandanas you need will depend on the length and size of your embroidery hoop.

Orange and Black bandanas for the simple Halloween Wreath

Tie the bandanas around the embroidery hoop with a simple knot. Choose your pattern and just keep on adding strips.

Create the Bandana wreath by tying on the bananas in a pattern for Halloween

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The last step to finish the wreath, is to trim the ends of the bandanas to give it a nice even look.

Halloween Bandana Wreath for your front door

Remember this makes a great wreath for anytime of the year, just change the bandana colors. If you would like a fuller bandana wreath, use a green wire frame, but be warned it will take more bandanas and lots of tying.

Happy Halloween!

Hi I'm Jenny from Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts. I love to create decorations for my home, projects to create magical holidays, and to have fun with my kids. The quote "I run on coffee, chaos, and crafts" describes my world and I wouldn't have it any other way. I hope you find inspiration and enjoy my creative journey.