BOO Burlap Wreath

Happy Monday, everyone!  I’m SO SUPER EXCITED today because I get to participate in a DISNEY GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY and share my first project as part of the fun Halloween POPCORN Blog Hop with Laura Kelly Designs.  Have you seen those super cute Peeps on the back of people’s cars?  Well, chances are Laura Kelly designed them!  And, I had an opportunity to network with her at BloggyCon 2013.  So, as a result, I get to join in on the Halloween POPCORN Box Blog Hop with Laura and a bunch of awesome designers.  Eeep!  Anyway, we were given a popcorn box, and instructed to make something out of it-to upcycle it.  Want to see what I did with mine?!  Here you go! BOO Burlap Wreath created with an upcycled popcorn box, burlap, and vinyl.  So easy and cute!


1 foam wreath form

1 popcorn box


White spray paint

Leaves, vinyl, other fall embellishments

Hot glue, stick pins

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1.  Begin by cutting your popcorn box on the folds, so you end up with 4 individual sides.  Give them a coat of white spray paint.

2.  While the spray paint is drying, wrap your wreath form in burlap, securing with T-pins.  I like to secure it with T-pins because when it’s time to make a Christmas wreath, I can easily remove the burlap and use the wreath form again.

3.  Cut out the word BOO, and some ovals, with some black vinyl.  I used my Silhouette, but you could use another craft cutter, or even stickers to make the letters.

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4.  Add the vinyl to the popcorn box sides, with the scalloped side down so it looks like a ghost. 5.  Hot glue the “ghosts” onto the wreath, wherever you want :).  I added mine to the bottom so it looked like they were floating. 6.  Embellish the top of the wreath with leaves, pumpkins, whatever you have! What do you think?  I think it’s pretty cute!  Head over to Laura Kelly’s Inklings to check out the other adorable and fun Halloween projects!


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  1. This is such a creative and fun project. I love it that you took it apart and made ghosts. Thank you for coming to this party. I love working with you. 🙂

  2. Karen Sferra says:

    Love the project! Cute and looks pretty easy to do. I may try it with my kids!

  3. This is so cute! I think I have everything for it in my stash, so I might have to make one to have my own! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Erin Moran says:

    This is awesome!!! I love it

  5. Cathleen King says:

    I love to decorate for any holidays. This could help me with my Halloween idea or not.

  6. Shannon Green says:

    Super cute project. Halloween is my favorite holiday!

  7. Nikki Walsh says:

    I love this idea. I have a few extra popcorn boxes…now I know what to do with them!

  8. I would use it toward my trip in December. Maybe take my daughter to the Bippity Boppity Boutique!

  9. Cute and easy project. Gift card would be a jump start to Christmas – never too early to start planning.

  10. Love this, Carrie! So clever to cut the box…I totally never thought of that!

  11. Hannah Granger says:

    So cute! I’m going to Disney for the first time next June and this would be so very helpful!

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