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Halloween Tulle Wreath Owl‏


We want to share with you another beautiful art and craft. One that you can do not only for Halloween with your little ones, but can be done for any occasion with just a change of your tulle colors and decorations. I'm already seeing possibilities for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Just let your imagination move you. Now without further ado, introducing our Halloween Tulle Wreath Owl. With my obsession with owls it's no wonder it's one of my favorite.


Here is what you'll need:-

Materials:

5-6 inch metal ring.

White tulle

Black tulle with sparkles

Ribbon

Scissors

Embellishments for decorating (optional)


Instructions:

Step 1: 

Start by cutting squares of tulle from both the white and black tulle rolls. If you are using a thinner white tulle, you will want to cut twice as many white squares as black. Start with at least 30 of each.



Step 2: 

Begin tying the pieces of tulle around the metal ring. Just use a basic knot like you are beginning to tie your shoe. Half the fabric should be on one side of the ring and half on the other. If you are using thinner white tulle, then you should tie two pieces of white tulle onto the metal ring for every one black piece of tulle.


Step 3: 

Once you have filled in all of the space on the metal ring with your tied tulle pieces, go through and trim the inside or outside of the wreath if you wish. You can leave it as is for a more shabby look, or trim it to a certain length for a cleaner look.


Step 4:

Add any optional embellishments of your choosing to the wreath with hot glue. We chose to use an owl of course because it seems a lot more Halloween than flowers.


Now that you've seen how easy this is to make, maybe you can make a few for yourself with your little ones this Halloween or even Thanksgiving or Christmas. Let me know if you do.



Annmarie John
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  1. Love these and just look easy enough to make. Totally pinned to try to make for Halloween time now :)

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  2. Oh I'm also pinning. I can just picture this for Christmas myself and even Valentines Day with a big old heart in the middle. You've been sharing quite a lot these days and I'm loving it!

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  3. I love the owl face so much! We'd have to do the same.
    I'm totally pinning this for my Halloween board.

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  4. This is awesome and incredibly original. I love how it can be adjusted for birthdays, holidays, gifts, etc.

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  5. That is a really cute owl wreath! We love owls over here. We've had baby Barrett owls that like to call out to their moms at night. They are fun to listen to.

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  6. Very pretty! You could make all kinds of these for various holidays with these easy instructions! Love it!

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  7. Very pretty and very creative. I enjoy seeing all the awesome Halloween crafts this time of year.

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  8. That is so very different-I LOVE it. Not sure I would be able to make one-I am truly all thumbs. I really wish I could but how many bets that hot glie ends up on me and everywhere else it is not supposed to be.

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  9. I love this! I am all about original pieces to add to home decor especially for the holidays.

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  10. That turned out really cute! I have some left over tulle from a few craft projects and just picked up some wreath foam from the dollar store. I should try my hand at this!

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  11. Super cite! Plus this ends up being personal AND less expensive.

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  12. That does sound a lot easier to make than what I'd imagined (for a wreath). I like the owl he's a cute touch. This turned out really nice!

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  13. My youngest daughter is obsessed with owls! You did a wonderful job! I love this.

    Thanks for sharing.
    xoxo

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  14. it's really cute! loving the owl

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  15. That's very cute! the face looks soft. I like that it sounds easy to do.

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  16. That is so pretty. You could probably change up the colors to go with any holiday.

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