Halloween Fabric Owl Wreath

Knock, knock? Who’s there? A cute little easy fabric owl wreath!
This past weekend I had the chance to create a festive wreath for our front door.
I had some left over orange fabric from the Halloween pillowcase dress last year.
So I took my fabric and cut it in 3 inch strips, and wrapped it tightly around a foam wreath form and pinned it from the back. It was easy! The chalkboard owl I found at Target by the dollar bins for $2.50. I thought he was cute! The bow is from Michael’s.

I thought the wreath was a little plain so I cut smaller 1.5 inch strips of fabric and folded them in half and just made a straight stitch down the middle just by hand with a needle and thread. It actually goes pretty fast. Then just pin your ruffles to the wreath. I think there’s about three separate ruffle pieces, but once your pin it down you really can’t tell.

I think the ruffle added some nice interest,,,don’t you?
Here it is on our front door 🙂
What do you think? I’m not sure if I’m even going to decorate inside for Halloween this year since I’m so sick of moving boxes and just unpacked 🙂

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17 thoughts on “Halloween Fabric Owl Wreath

  1. Love this! I want to do some sort of owl Halloween wreath this year, but I guarantee this is cuter than anything I could come up with.

  2. I'm not big on "Halloween" decor. But this is so cute. And it looks halloweenish, but doesn't scream it. That's great to me. I am a co-host to a three blog link party called Tip-toe thru Tuesday. I would love to you share this with us tomorrow. The party starts at 6. I hope to see you there. Christy

  3. Just popping over after seeing your wreath on CSI — what a cute wreath! I love owls so you sold me there 😉 I didn't see those at my Target but boy do I love the bargain bins for fun finds like this!! Thanks for sharing!!

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