12 Weeks of Halloween 2014 Week 12


The Halloween Designer Series Paper Wreath is the 12th project for the 12 Weeks of Halloween.

I made the DSP Wreath with 23 strips of the Back to Black Designer Series Paper  that measures 12 x 1-1/2".

The "Boo" was made with the Perfect Print Alphabet Die with the Big Shot Die Cut Machine.

I couldn't resist adding the Beaded Spider from week 8  .... using Fishing Line.


Here's the video on how to make the 12 Weeks of Halloween Week 12:

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Click here to download the Instructions.

Stampin' Up! Supplies:

  • Paper:  Back to Black DSP 133700, Whisper White 100730, Basic Black 121045
  • Accessories:  118874 2-3/8 Scallop Circle Punch, 119850 1-3/4 Circle Punch,104430 Dimensionals, 110755 Liquid Glue,113439 Big Shot Die Cut Machine,133725 Perfect Print Alphabet Die, Square Punch, 10” Styrofoam Wreath
  • Optional: Spider from Week 8, Fishing Line

Thanks & have a wonderful day!!


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Date: 9:26 AM | Permalink | Comments (60)


  1. Love it

  2. Gail

    Very cute! Thanks so much for all the videos. Love them! Looking forward to the 12 days of Christmas! Thanks again and have a great day!

  3. Raquel

    Wow!! this is so beautiful–great job Angie–you have once again created a masterpiece. Thank you!!! Hope you are feeling better.

  4. Susie

    so cute Angie!!! You are so creative!!

  5. Deepa M.

    What a gorgeous wreath! A fabulous project to end the 12 weeks series … I have been wanting to make this project for awhile and your directions are awesome – exactly what I need to finally jump in and do it! The spider is the perfect touch 🙂 Sad that this is the last project, and really looking forward to your 12 days of Christmas series again this year. Thanks for sharing Angie!!

  6. Wanda M.

    Angie, the wreath is so cute and the spider just adds more cuteness. I’m going this weekend and buy some beads and try making some spiders. Thank you for sharing such great ideas.

  7. Such a creative and beautiful wreath. I’m loving the spider :).

  8. Sonia Munoz

    Different and so cute.

  9. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your wreath. I love the black and white papers you use and that spider hanging from it is adorable

  10. Bette Manning

    Wreath came out great…I love the spider too!

  11. anne

    This is beyond cute! I see those foam wreaths and I never know what to do with them. I wanna try this for winter and have a hanging snowflake.

  12. Leslie S.

    Your wreath is beautiful. Great job!!

  13. Lisa

    OMG, I LOVE that wreath. Oooooooo, I can see making one for Christmas and Valentine’s Day. Thanks so much for all the wonderful projects Angie, I’ve enjoyed them all. Can’t wait to see more 🙂

  14. Kris Miller

    I don’t do Halloween but this wreath is super cute!!! Thinking of trying to do this in a Christmas theme. Thanks, Angie!

  15. Mary

    OMG that wreath is so CUTE!! I love it, love it, love it. You have the best ideas. Thanks for sharing.

  16. Carol Wilshire

    What a neat wreath. Love it. You make some of the cutest things. I love watching your videos.

    Happy Halloween

  17. Nina M.Mowell

    WOW I love it!! that is the best way to make a wreath that I have seen in a very long time. You did a great job,TFS

  18. Mary

    That’s great. I love it! Thanks for doing the 12 weeks ofHalloween. You’re the best!

  19. Linda Mohler

    This is a super creative project! I just love it! It’s so much fun to make wreaths.

  20. Margie W

    This is a neat wreath! It would make a cute decoration for a birthday
    party done in the person’s favorite color. Thanks so much for
    all the ideas you give us!

  21. DebbieL

    What a great way to make a wreath! Love the spider! This is such a great project.

  22. Carol Carriveau

    In a word – FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!! Had I not purchased and created the SU! Halloween wreath, I would have created this one…..wow!

  23. Kim Richards

    Such a cute idea! I think I will make one in fall colors. Thanks for the idea and inspiration!

  24. Robbye

    So adorable, I love the way you constructed this wreath. I think a certain fan of yours, here’s a clue, she’s 10, and I will be using this technique very soon. I have to do an HL run, so I’ll add 10 inch wreaths to my list. Thanks Angie

  25. Susan from Colorado

    Angie did you come up with this darling wreath on your own? I love it to pieces! So clever and you could make it for any occasion. Thanks for sharing. Your spider adds the perfect touch 🙂

  26. Rhonda Miller

    I love this. So easy and fun.

  27. Mary Beth Johnson

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this wreath! Didn’t think you could top the wreath from last year but you did!

  28. Vickie

    Really like this.

  29. Mary K

    That is so pretty! I love that it is an easy to do project. I’m going to do something like this for Christmas… thanks for the great idea!

  30. Elaine F

    I just started following you AWESOME !!!!!!!!!! I put you tube on TV and watched all night !! Found some things I have to order Hard wood block for sure. Thank you for sharing. Your spider is very cute. We make them for Christmas the Christmas spieder poem ans how its web is spun is a cool story.

  31. Fay

    So Clever!!!

  32. Love this spider wreath. Looks fairly easy to make,

  33. Belinda P

    Love, love, love this. Would have liked to have made this last week to hang on the door for a few more days, but could not be more happy with this post. So cute. Will be making one of these for Christmas also. You are so inspirational. Have a great Halloween.

  34. Ann Partin

    I have enjoyed your cards. Time to let you know how much I appreciate watching your video’s and seeing such cute creations come to life. 🙂 Happy Halloween to you!

  35. jeannette van

    Great project! Love the wreath – thanks for the video.

  36. jeannette van

    Love the wreath – thanks for the great video.

  37. Lesa M

    Hi Angie,
    WOW! The wreath is AWESOME!! Thanks for the tip about attaching the paper strips. I would have smashed the bottom first and be my luck the ends wouldn’t match up. Looking forward to the Christmas projects. Have a nice night.

  38. Joy Jones

    That wreath really makes a statement!! And the spider puts it over the top. Love it!

  39. Audrey Gail Cline

    Thanks for another great tutorial Angie, did not know if I would like the wreath or not…but t is too stinkin cute !!!

  40. Joette Lutgen

    Love the wreath and all the projects that you have done for Halloween. Thanks

  41. Denise Heredia

    This such a great wreath Angie! Thank you for a fantastic 12 Weeks of Halloween! I enjoyed all the projects!

  42. Sandi B.

    Angie, I love the wreath! I am setting here right now making spiders. Have made six and I am going to make two more before I go to bed. Maybe I will win the wreath to go with my spiders. I received a SU order when I got home from work today & I almost ordered the Back to Black paper, but decided to put it off for later. Now I wished I had ordered the paper. I will for certain later. I did order my second set of the Simply Created stars kit which was in my box today along with other SU items. I am going to let my two granddaughter, six & four help make the stars for Christmas. Congrats on reaching the $1M in sales. Love all of your videos, and I am into more items like this plus boxes instead of cards. Thanks for all your hard work. Just wish I was as creative on my own.

  43. Karol hall

    Love this wreath and I’m in total agreement that this would easy to make wreath would be great in Christmas paper and for a birthday, baby or wedding shower opens up al kinds of possibilities. You are so creative. Thank you.

  44. Beverly Gray

    Awesome. I will definitely try this for all holidays. Great gift too.

  45. Nadine Motes

    Great idea!! you always come up with such neat ideas-I have made so many of your ideas over the years just love your blog!!

  46. J J

    This is perfect – I had been thinking that I needed a wreath to fill an empty spot but had no idea how to make one so quick and looks great. Thanks so much, Angie – I love this grand finale to the 12 Weeks of Halloween 2014. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

  47. stamping sue

    great halloween wreath and I LIKE the dangling spider! great job/art!!!
    stamping sue

  48. Sharon

    Great idea! and you could change up the paper to make it for any holiday…you’re so clever, Angie!

  49. Deanna

    This is so stinking cute!

  50. Denise Bryant

    Love your beaded spider and wreath!

  51. Lynn

    This is my favorite! Love it! Can’t wait to see the 12 days of Christmas.

  52. Buffy Scott

    This wreath is great!! I really love it a lot! It would be great for any holiday, of course change the colors. Thanks for sharing this & all of the great Halloween ideas! I can’t wait to see your Christmas crafts. You have the greatest ideas. I used several last year for gifts. The foot scrub & bath salts were a big hit! I decorated those up really nice in cute jars I had (found as we moved into our new house, last year was our 1st year), EVERYONE loved them. Guess what? I did not have any extra for myself, oh well, maybe next time. Thanks again Angie!

  53. Sandy

    Angie, love the wreath! We always make a craft at Thanksgiving and I’m thinking this will be the one this year! We can make it for Christmas (or any holiday). Thank you so much for sharing!

  54. Shanna Chambers

    I love this!!

  55. Donna Bradford

    This is really cute. I think I might even like it better than the one in the SU catalog!

  56. Jennifer H

    Love this!!! So cute!!!

  57. Jenny W

    Love the wreath! How simple and cute! TFS.


  58. Shirley Huffman

    Great project! How wide is the finished wreath?

  59. Laura Hutt

    How did you attach your spider to to the fishing line so that it hangs?

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