Wicked Halloween Wreath & Entryway Display

Wicked Poisoned Apple Entryway Display #Halloween #spookyspaces

I am so excited to show off my entryway display for Halloween! It is all kinds of spooky and fun!

The main focus of the display is my new Wicked Halloween Wreath. It has a gorgeous lace overlay and it shows off this fabulous poisonous apple.

Halloween Wicked Wreath

The wreath is a really fast one too, which I love. I also love spiders apparently.
Well, plastic spiders. Let’s not get crazy here.

Wicked Wreath for Halloween

I wanted my wreath to be indoors, so I hung it inside this yummy giant black frame, with some striped ribbon and a satin flower. I love the contrasts in this!

Framed Halloween Wreath

The tutorial for the wreath is super easy and all of my supplies came from Jo-Ann. Handy dandy!

You’ll need:

  • 1 Styrofoam wreath form
  • White Satin ( I used about 1/3 yd of 54″ satin)
  • Black Lace Fabric – 1/2 yard
  • 1 6″ doily
  • Moss
  • Apple
  • Spray paint (optional) and glitter paint
  • Plastic Spiders
  • Paper and printer for pennant
  • Pennant Pattern
  • ribbon for pennant and hanging (optional)
  • Hot Glue
  • Optional: Glitter for stem and wire for adding apple to wreath

Start by cutting your satin into 3″ strips. Wrap your satin around the wreath form. (You can also use satin ribbon if you want. Check the prices, for me the satin fabric ended up being cheaper since it was on sale. Woot!)

wrapping satin around wreath

Lay the satin covered form onto the wrong side of the black lace. Cut a small hole in the center, then cut notches into the center to allow it to wrap around the form. Hot glue the lace to the inside of the wreath.

gluing lace on wreath

Wrap the fabric on the outside around the wreath and glue onto the back of the wreath. Trim the lace on the back side.

black lace on white wreath

Lay your doily over the bottom center section of the wreath so the doily hangs down off the wreath a bit. Glue in place.

Doily on black and white wreath

Glue down a little bunch of moss over the doily.

Gluing moss to wreath

To give the faux apple a little more of a “poisoned” look, I did a light coat of burgundy spray paint, then a light coat of black. Cover the apple from top to bottom in red glitter craft paint. Use long smooth brush strokes so you don’t end up with clumps of glitter.

Glitter paint on apple

Add a 5″ length of wire if you have some on hand to attach the apple to the wreath to the bottom of the apple. If you don’t have wire, you can just glue it in place.

Adding wire stem to apple

Add your apple to the wreath by pushing the wire into the wreath. Glitter up the stem if you’d like. Glue some little spiders into the moss to up the creepiness factor. These were a bag of spider rings that I picked up. The ring part just unscrewed from the bottom of the spider so they were easy to add to all the displays.

Adding apple to wreath

Print out your pennant and trim the pieces. Glue onto a piece of ribbon.

Wicked Pennant

Pin the pennant ribbon to the back side of the wreath. Sewing pins work great for this.

Wicked Halloween Wreath

If you are adding your wreath to a frame, you can glue a loop of ribbon around the frame. I also made a sweet little bow and satin flower to add to the top of the frame.

Bow and flower for frame

Wicked Hoop Display

I love it!

I added a few other items to the display to continue with the Poison Apple theme.

Candles and Halloween Display

The candlesticks were plain white candles that I glued glitter ribbon to. I also tied some ribbons and pendants to the lamp shades so they’d fit a little better with the theme.

Halloween Rose

This rose was a little too bright red, so it got a dusting of black spray paint to darken it up a bit.

Poisoned Apple Display

Apples and Spiders

Spooky Crystal Ball

I’m also super in love with my spooky skull crystal ball. The tutorial for him will be coming tomorrow!
*Update – you can check out the tutorial for my Spooky Crystal Ball Candlesticks now!

Halloween Frame and Hoop Art

I’m so in love with the fabric for the hoop art! I think they really stand out and add something fun to the display.

Rhinestone embellished hoop art

I even got a little crazy and added some red rhinestones to the hoops that had this fabric in them.

Wicked Halloween Entry Way Table

I really love how it all came together. I hope you do too!

I created this as a part of the Jo-Ann #spookyspaces campaign! You can find out all sorts of inspiration in the Creativity Made Simple part of their website.

And guess what! To help you out with your Halloween crafting I have a Jo-Ann coupon for you! Woohoo!
To print, right click on the coupon below and then select print. Boom.


Disclosure: I was given a gift card for supplies for this post. All ideas and opinions are my own. :)

Linking up at Met Monday, Tutorials & Tips Tuesday, Shabby Creek Cottage, 504 Main, Everything Etsy, The 36th Avenue Party, Block Party, and the other fabulous parties on the party page. Make sure you check them out!


  • Reply October 21, 2013

    Cindy Casique

    Once again you have amazed me. I’m totally addicted to your blog. Thanks so much for sharing all of your ideas and hard work.

  • Reply October 27, 2013


    I have just found Pinterest and thank goodness I didn’t find it before my Halloween party October 5th. I already have a dozen ideas for next years party from your blog—Thank you. I LOVE the crystal balls, the eyeballs, spider mummies and the fact that you like “shiny”. You can accomplish a lot with spray paint and glitter. I did a similar mirror several years ago and removed the silver with a razor blade although I don’t know that would be any easier than oven spray. Thank you for your ideas and will be checking back often.

  • Reply October 30, 2014


    This is a really great display. I’m putting together a kit to make your crystal ball candles. Sometime this winter I’ll be knee deep in Halloween. Lol

  • Reply October 5, 2015

    Lisa Sharp

    Amazing wreath! I love it!

  • Reply October 5, 2015

    Val @ Home Made Modern

    Wow, this isn’t crafting, it’s art! You’ve taken Halloween wreaths to a whole new level with this ! Amazing!!

  • Reply October 5, 2015


    This looks so beautiful and I love the idea of the poisonous apple!

  • Reply October 7, 2015

    lorraine williamson

    love all the crafts so inspiring now following on all social media looking forward to more zen hugs

  • Reply October 13, 2015

    Quinn Caudill

    Very creative. Pinned! Thanks for sharing with us at #Throwback Thursday link party. Please join us again next week and invite your friends to join.

  • Reply October 15, 2015

    Karren Haller

    Hi Bev, I find so many fun things on your blog, I love your Halloween display, the wreath is so cute with the spiders. The hoop art looks like so much fun so quick to make and an easy project and a great addition to my Friday Features Linky Party this week.

    I would love to have you stop by and add other posts, if you like…..

    Have a great weekend!

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