Flying Witch DIY Halloween Wreath (Wickedly Easy!)

This flying witch DIY Halloween wreath is not only fun to make, it is also pretty much free and needs no storage: just what we want for Halloween decorations! After moving a few times, we LOVE seasonal decor that needs no storage.

The boxwood wreath isn’t free initially, but it can be transformed easily into spring, summer, Thanksgiving or Christmas wreath! Everything else on this flying witch DIY Halloween wreath can be made easily for almost free, and can be recycled- so we can try some new Halloween decorations and crafts next year!

Let’s turn our boxwood wreath into a flying witch DIY Halloween wreath!

Materials and tools to make a flying witch DIY Halloween wreath:

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Check out the video tutorial below, or skip to step by step written tutorial.

How to make a flying witch DIY Halloween wreath in 2 easy steps:

Each of the elements in this wreath are quite easy to make, and will only take about 1 to 2 hours total once you have the materials ready. Because I have detailed tutorial and video for each one, I will give a brief description and link to each tutorial below.

Step 1: make 3 elements on the flying witch DIY Halloween wreath

The “Flying Lessons” sign is made from a free printable design taped or glued to a piece of cardboard cut to a slightly smaller size than the paper. I used 8.5×11 paper and 8×10 cardboard. You can download the printable here.

The witches broom is made from branches and twigs in our garden. DIY magical witches broom tutorial here.

The witches shoes are made from two piece of construction paper, so easy and fun! Witches shoes Halloween paper craft tutorial here.

Step 2: assemble the flying witch DIY Halloween wreath

Arrange the broom, sign, and boots on the boxwood wreath to figure out how long each thread or twine needs to be.

Tie some black threads or twine onto the broomstick. Tape some threads onto the back of the sign, and use a clothespin attached to a string to hold the withes shoes.

Next hang each element onto the boxwood wreath. All the foliage makes hanging super easy because these elements are all quite lightweight.

If you don’t have a boxwood wreath, you can still make a great DIY Halloween door decoration with the flying lessons free printable Halloween sign!


magical witches legs DIY Halloween door decoration

Here’s the simple and easy DIY Halloween door decoration tutorial

I made the Flying Lessons Halloween printable downloads in 4 colors: orange, golden yellow, green, and white. The pdf has four pages.

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You can use the same boxwood wreath to make a Halloween bat or cat wreath.  The bats and cats are both easy and almost free to make!

You can probably tell I was carried away this year with too much Halloween fun! To make everything easy to find, below is a list of links to all the Halloween decorations and crafts you see in these photos:

DIY Halloween Cat Decorations with Free Template.

DIY Halloween Bats: super magical decor and craft!

DIY Witches Shoes / Boots: just 2 piece of paper and so many uses, with Free Template!

DIY Witches Broom: free, and so many beautiful ways to decorate with it!

Easy & free DIY Halloween Door Decoration with free printable sign.

Handsome and stylish DIY Monster Halloween Wreath ! ( Coming next week )

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  1. Hi, I can’t find the big button to click to print out the witch legs. I have signed up to be a subscriber. Thanks

  2. I like the one hanging on the blue door best. It looks great and isn’t that tough to make. Your step-by-step instructions are really concise and easy to follow.
    – Nandita

  3. I love Halloween decorations! I do not do very many DIY home décor things because I’m not crafty at all, but this looks super fun and easy!

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