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Halloween is all about the curb appeal. Pumpkins, lights and spooky decor set the stage for the very special night. To help you get your home ready, we’ve got a special treat for you – 13 Halloween wreaths sure to sweeten your front door.

Sugar Skull Themed Halloween Wreaths

If you’re looking for a fun and colorful Halloween theme, sugar skulls are the perfect choice. Often surrounded by vibrant flowers, sugar skulls are full of personality. Young trick-or-treaters will be delighted by one greeting them at the door.

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This sugar skull handcrafted wreath by Kate & Create on Etsy looks great on a boldly colored door.

Halloween Wreaths Featuring Roses

Felt and fabric roses are a big theme this Halloween and these wreaths feature the popular trend. Want to “spookify” them more? Pin a felt bat, large plastic spider or feather crow to one.

Personalized Cat Halloween Wreath

A personalized monogram wreath makes a wonderful housewarming or holiday gift. Don’t delay in ordering one – monogrammed products often take 7 to 10 days to ship.

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The Monogram Black Cat Door Hanger at Amazon can feature any single initial of your choice.

Black Halloween Wreaths

If you’re looking for something frightening yet architectural, go black. Black wreaths (like the ones below) will withstand many Halloweens. Add string lights to cast a night-time glow that highlights yours.

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Crate and Barrel’s Black Branch Wreath, paired with tiny string lights, makes your front door look perfectly ominous.

Natural Twig Halloween Wreaths

Looking for something earthier that will go better with your country or farmhouse decor? Try a Halloween wreath featuring twigs, leaves and/or wheat.

Witch Halloween Wreaths

Who doesn’t love a witch for Halloween? The following Halloween wreaths pay homage to witches, but it’s up to you to decide if good witches or bad witches live behind the door.

Like more than one? You can use your Halloween wreaths in other places, too. Place one on a table with a large pillar candle or pumpkin in the center. Or use your wreath as a table centerpiece.