Easy Witchy Crescent Moon Wreath DIY for a Magical Halloween

Are you ready to sprinkle some witchy enchantment into your home decor this Halloween? Let’s make your space truly magical! We’ve got an amazing DIY project just for you.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to create your very own witchy crescent moon wreath using affordable supplies from Dollar Tree. So grab your broomsticks and let’s dive into this wickedly awesome craft!

I’ve always been fascinated by the enchanting world of witches. I used to dress up as a witch when I was younger, and who could forget the classic Disney movie, Hocus Pocus?

Other popular movies like The Craft and Practical Magic have also kept my love for witchy aesthetics alive. Now, I can’t wait to bring some of that magic into my home with this gorgeous crescent moon wreath.

Ways to Make a Crescent Moon Wreath Uniquely Yours

  • Sprinkle some glitter on your wreath for that magical sparkly effect. A silver or gold glitter would go beautifully with the color of the moon.
  • Add some faux black roses or dark purple flowers from the Dollar Tree around the curve of the moon to give it a more mystical touch.
  • Incorporate some mini LED string lights to your wreath for a twinkling night sky effect.
  • Hang some faux spiders or bats from the wreath to add a traditional Halloween vibe.
  • Add a ribbon or a bow at the top of the wreath for added elegance.
  • Incorporate some mini broomsticks or witches hats as a nod to your witchy theme.
  • Add some faux crystals or gemstones for a mystical vibe.
  • Don’t forget to add a few sprigs of faux black feathers around the wreath for a soft, magical touch.

The possibilities are endless with this DIY project. You can customize and add your own personal touch to make it truly unique. Plus, the best part is that all the supplies can be found at your nearest Dollar Tree store. So let’s get crafting and bring some witchy magic into our homes this Halloween season!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Now that the cauldron is bubbling and the incense is wafting, it’s time to gather the supplies needed to create your very own witchy crescent moon wreath diy. The best part? You won’t have to spend a fortune! Just head on over to your local Dollar Tree and let the magic happen!

  • Dollar Tree round wire wreath form
  • 2 Dollar Tree creepy black cloths
  • Mini skulls from Dollar Tree
  • Floral wire, the unsung hero of wreath-making. Grab this flexible and durable material from Dollar Tree to secure the elements onto your crescent moon frame. With its magical binding powers, your wreath will stay intact and bewitching for years to come.
  • Halloween artificial flowers, look for dark-colored blooms like black roses or deep purple dahlias to evoke a sense of mystery and magic.
  • Hot glue gun
  • Wire cutters

How to Make this Witchy Crescent Moon Wreath DIY

Now that you possess the necessary tools, it’s time to summon your crafting powers and bring your witchy crescent moon wreath to life. Grab your broomstick (or glue gun) and follow these step-by-step instructions for a bewitchingly beautiful result:

Step 1. Use wire cutters and snip a small section out to create a crescent moon shape.

cut round wire wreath form into a crescent moon shape

Step 2. Wrap the cut ends together with floral wire to create a crescent shape.

wrap form with creepy cloth

Step 3. Start at the top of the crescent moon form and hot glue the black creepy cloth to the wire form. Then wrap the cloth around the wire form all the way to other end.

wrapped crescent moon wreath with creepy cloth

Step 4. Now it’s time to hot glue the Halloween foliage to the wreath.

Step 5. Hot glue the mini skulls to the center of all the flower heads.

crescent moon wreath

So, you’ve finished your enchanting DIY project! Now comes the fun part: deciding where to show off your amazing witchy crescent moon wreath. Here are a few tips to help you find the perfect spot:

  • Your front door is an obvious choice. It’s the first thing people see when they visit, so it sets the mood right away.
  • Another great option is to hang it on a window facing the street. Trust me, the backlit wreath at night will look absolutely stunning, especially if you added some cool LED lights to it.
  • If you want to keep the witchy vibe inside, consider hanging the wreath on an interior door or above your mantel.
  • But hey, if you prefer a more subtle display, just lean it against the wall on a shelf or table. This works great if the back of your wreath is flat.

Remember, the most important thing is that your wreath brings you joy and adds that magical touch to your home this Halloween season. I hope you enjoyed this witchy crescent moon wreath diy. This witchy magical décor is sure to leave a hauntingly beautiful impression on all your guests.

Dollar Tree crescent moon wreath diy

If you’re craving more DIY projects and home decor inspo for Halloween, see our Halloween and Fall tutorials:

Gothic Dollar Tree Skull Table Decor

Stacked Pumpkin Topiary

Shabby Chic Dollar Tree Pumpkin Fall Wreath

Easy Fall Pumpkin Planters

Skull Topiary DIY

How to Make A Crescent Moon Wreath

witchy crescent moon wreath diy

Materials

  • Dollar Tree round wire wreath form
  • 2 Dollar Tree creepy black cloths
  • Mini skulls from Dollar Tree
  • Floral wire
  • Halloween foilage

Tools

  • Hot glue gun
  • Wire cutters

Instructions

    1. Use wire cutters and snip a small section out to create a crescent moon shape.
    2. Wrap the cut ends together with floral wire to create a crescent shape.
    3. Start at the top of the crescent moon form and hot glue the black creepy cloth to the wire form. Then wrap the cloth around the wire form all the way to other end.
    4. Now it's time to hot glue the Halloween foliage to the wreath.
    5. Hot glue the mini skulls to the center of all the flower heads.

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