Halloween Monster Wreath – Oldies But Goodies

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Monster wreath Creative thoughts from Craftster Guest Blogger MareMare

I’m going to start re-sharing some fabulous Craftster classics, like the Jordy Bag (the project that first brought me to Craftster) and the Mr. T Sock Monkey. Besides projects like these, that have been viewed and loved by thousands (or more than half a million in the case of the Jordy Bag!), I’m also going to highlight some fabulous, but lesser known projects from Craftster’s vaults.

It’s possible that you’ve seen this adorable/creepy project before, but whether you have or not, I think it’s a great project for this time of year! Craftster member callakat shared this fun and funky tutorial back in 2005, but it still makes me smile every time I see it! And, if you want to see a slightly alternative take on this wreath (or to just take a peek at the always lovely kittykill) be sure to check out this Craftster Quickie Video!

What are your favorite Craftster Classics? What project first brought you to Craftster?

To see this Halloween Wreath on Craftster, click here.

To see related projects on Craftster, check out the Halloween Wreath Tag.

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One Comment

  1. Rose says:

    That’s so quirky! And cute! It would make a great addition to my designer room.

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