Wednesday, October 21, 2009

How To: Tutu Cute Halloween Wreath

I was searching my favorite blogs for Halloween inspiration when I came across this adorable Tutu Cute Halloween Wreath Tutorial by Baby Rabies. Be warned, baby fever is extremely contagious at this blog. For my version of the Tutu Cute Halloween Wreath I added a "spooky" sign in the middle and being the big chicken that I am, this is about as spooky as I get! Because my door is freakishly big (seriously they built the doorways in this home to the specifications of an NBA player), I decided to go with the XL straw wreath and used about 3 1/2 rolls of tulle to make it extra fluffy.




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33 comments:

Valerie said...

I love that wreath! I may have to make one of those!

Kara Witham said...

That is a very cool idea. And I'm jealous of your freakishly huge doors.

Also, could you help me out with some info...

...2 of my followers tell me that my updates do not appear in their dashboards. I know you've commented on my blog, do my updates appear in your dashboard?


Have a lovely rest of the week,
Kara

Vanessa said...

Thanks Valerie!

Thanks Kara! Honestly I rarely ever check my dashboard - I typically will comment back once someone has commented on my blog. I just checked for you and it says that it couldn't find a feed for you...strange.

Maryanna said...

This wreath is SO CUTE> I'm so glad I found your blog. You have some cute things.

ChallenCharms said...

Can you say something is gorgeous for Halloween? :p. I love it!

Jill @BabyRabies said...

Soooo cute! I love your version. Looks fluffier than mine. I have fluff envy. I'm gonna have to step it up with the tulle next time ;)

Vanessa said...

Thanks Jill- loved your tutorial! I was drowning in tulle...it took forever!

BeadedTail said...

That is just the most clever thing ever! So cute too!

Grammatically Delicious Designs said...

Ohhhh, so cute. That wreath is the best. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and I'm always looking for new decoration ideas. Thanks!

Andrew said...

This is so adorable! It's very whimsical, which I love.

CuriousGirl said...

Sooo cute!! It almost looks like feathers in the picture from far away.

I love that "high fashion look" for Halloween.

Thanks!!

Couture Carrie said...

Fantastic, darling!

xoxox,
CC

Vanessa said...

Thanks everyone! Curious Girl- feathers would be adorable...hmmm maybe next year :)

Inty swetha said...

it is spooky!! :)

Soiree said...

I love this wreath!!! It is so festive

BrendaPinnick said...

Oh yes, this if really fun! Great idea, wonderfully executed!

Margot Potter said...

This is gorgeous! Love the details on the letters.

Cheers,
Madge

Eileen Hull said...

I too wish I had freakishly large doors... and the wreath to match. Great idea- would be pretty in spring in pastels too. Thanks Vanessa!

My Big Mouth said...

I absolutely love this wreath!
I never would have thought to use tulle.
Adorable!

Kathy Cano-Murillo, The Crafty Chica said...

very cute!! love it! i'm in az too, what city are you in??

Inspired at Home said...

Love it! Love it! Thanks so much for sharing!

Vanessa said...

Thanks so much everyone!!

Kathy- I'm in the Phoenix area :)

thirtydaze.blogspot.com said...

What a DARLING wreath. I LOVE it. I LOVE tulle. I love the fluff factor. I'm going to make one in either white, red, or green for Christmas and hang an ornament in the center circle. Thanks for the tutorial.

canvas said...

Some great ideas for the festive season here, thanks !

A Thrifty Diva said...

Blogged about your version here: http://athriftydiva.blogspot.com/2010/09/crafts-halloween-tutu-wreath.html

love it and am a follower of the crafty nest

photo enlargement said...

Awesome wreaths here, Very cool post, Also like your blog design very contemporary.

Canvas Prints said...

So creative! I will keep this page bookmarked for next Halloween. And a friend and I made pillowcase dresses out of satin pillowcases when we were in high school. They actually turned out kind of cool

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dining room art said...

scary stuff but I love it! Nice to see some creative work.

Miss Katie said...

Darling! I just featured your wreath on my blog and will post results if I attempt it!

http://jalapenodoughnut.blogspot.com/2011/09/are-you-there-fall-its-me-jalapeno.html

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Jessica Wiggins said...

Whats size tulle spools did u use?

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