Spider-Man wreath tutorial | DIY Party Decor - LAURA'S little PARTY

Spider-Man wreath tutorial | DIY Party Decor

August 14, 2015

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Party decor doesn't have to break the bank. You can get creative, and make some inexpensive decorations that coordinate perfectly with your party theme! I'm sharing how I made this Spider-Man party wreath. It's the perfect touch to greet your guests, right at the door!

The Summer months have always been my busiest, for throwing birthday parties. All 4 of my children are Summer babies! From July through September, I not only have to be creative with my party planning, I also have to make sure I stay on budget. 

Here is the list of supplies I used to create my Spider-Man party wreath:

1 package MARVEL Spider-Man foil swirl decorations
1 wire wreath form
1 roll of wired burlap ribbon {in black} 
Glue Gun

Step 1:
Start wrapping the burlap ribbon, all around the wreath form. You can gently pull on it as you go around, to minimize any slack that may occur. Continue wrapping, until you reach the starting point of the ribbon.

Your wreath base is now ready for the MARVEL Spider-Man foil swirl decorations!

Step 2:
Cut all the plastic tags off of the party decor where Spider-Man, and the foil swirls meet. (you can leave the top plastic tags attached to the foil swirls) Once finished, you should have a pile of foil swirls, and a pile of Spider-Man cut outs.

Step 3:
Attach a couple swirls to the back of your wreath form. This works as a good center focal point for the remaining decor that you will add.

Step 4:
Hot glue the Spider-Man cut outs to the wreath. You can place them anywhere you think they look best.

I started with a Spider-Man head cut out, and placed it at the top, center of my wreath.

Step 5:
Continue to attach the party decor, all around the wreath.

Once I finished gluing on all the pieces, I felt the wreath still needed a little "something", in one of the areas of the wreath. I ran out of decor pieces, so I cut out a couple of the small Spider-Man faces, from the party packaging!

These two little pieces worked out perfectly.

Step 6:
Take a few of the remaining foil swirls, and attach them to the back of the wreath. This will add a little more color, and the right amount of fun!

 And here it is! A simple, welcoming party wreath, to greet all of your party guests! The children will spot it right away, as they enter the door.

I love to shop at Walmart for all my party + celebration needs. I can find budget-friendly party goods, such as MARVEL-branded AMERICAN GREETINGS party supplies, and I can also grab food, drinks, candy, and even a birthday gift! 

 Have you made any simple, budget-friendly party decor for one of your child's parties? I'd love to hear about it, and maybe exchange some tips!

Thanks so much for stopping by.


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  1. What a fun way to repurpose some things for the party! I love this idea! #client

    1. Thank you! It was easy to create, and kept me on budget!