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Black Crow Frame Wreath

Using a frame is a super easy way to decorate for Halloween and Fall. This Black Crow Frame Wreath can be hung indoors or on the front door if you have a covered porch! I don’t think it would last long exposed to wind and rain!

Create an easy Black Crow Frame Wreath using an old frame form the Goodwill. A few black crows and branches give this old frame new life for Halloween  |  OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

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I found this old frame last year at Goodwill and gave it a good coat of cream spray paint. All the carved detailing caught my eye, but the multi-color finish wasn’t so pretty. Earlier this year I used it to decorate for Valentines Day and created this Valentine Heart Art!

Create an easy Black Crow Frame Wreath using an old frame form the Goodwill. A few black crows and branches give this old frame new life for Halloween | OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

A few years ago I bought these black crows at Dollar Tree, but they are easy to find at many other stores these days. I also had these black bendable branches from Pier One that I bought in a few years back.

Create an easy Black Crow Frame Wreath using an old frame form the Goodwill. A few black crows and branches give this old frame new life for Halloween | OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

Simply bend the branches to the side, spreading them out, and wire on the crows. Then wire the branches together.

Create an easy Black Crow Frame Wreath using an old frame form the Goodwill. A few black crows and branches give this old frame new life for Halloween | OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

Use a strong glue to glue the branches to the frame. Hot glue was not strong enough for this job!

Create an easy Black Crow Frame Wreath using an old frame form the Goodwill. A few black crows and branches give this old frame new life for Halloween | OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

Tie a pretty orange ribbon over the wire for a Halloweenish contrast! It’s a nice twist on typical Halloween Decor!

Create an easy Black Crow Frame Wreath using an old frame form the Goodwill. A few black crows and branches give this old frame new life for Halloween | OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

As I mentioned above this is an Autumn Tour with Seven Quick & Easy Autumn Decorating Ideas. Click the photos below to see how to create each of these wonderful Autumn projects!

Seven Quick Autumn Decorating Ideas


 I have lots of great Fall and Halloween Ideas as well!

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Susan B

Susan B

Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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19 Comments

  1. I love this frame, Susan. I love how versatile it is. I also like the high contrast with the branches and the frame. I will be looking for my own frame to do something similar. So glad we met this summer. Keep being awesome!

  2. Great project! That frame is so versatile. Don’t you just love those Dollar Tree Crows. You can’t beat that deal. You have the cutest Halloween decor. I would like to spend a weekend crafting with you.

    Shannon ~ bohemianjunktion.com

  3. Susan, I love the frame with the black crows and the pop of orange. Anything in a frame is right up my alley and it’s always great when you can repurpose something you have!! It looks fab, Lisa

  4. LOVE your frame! I am sharing it on FB page, Monday Oct 13 at 7:30 a.m. 🙂
    Thanks for linking up to Inspiration Monday.
    Make it a fabulous week!

  5. Love this idea! It’s clever and elegant Halloween decor which is my absolute favorite. I would love for you to join Thursday Favorite Things with any post you like, but right now I’m looking to feature bloggers with Halloween that is incredibly beautiful like yours. Next week I’m looking to feature 10 bloggers in an Ultimate Porch Decor Inspiration post for fall.

    I do hope you will consider joining us.

    Have a great weekend. 🙂

    Olivia

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