Make a scary clown wreath for Halloween that is inspired by Pennywise from It. This is a sponsored post with OnlineLabels.com
Make a scary clown wreath that is inspired by creepy Pennywise from the hit movie and book "It". Tutorial includes a free printable.
My friends know me really well. This summer I had multiple friends tag me or send me pictures of various creepy Halloween wreaths.  They know how much I love to craft for Halloween!  I decided to put my own spin on a scary clown wreath that is inspired by the creepiest clown of all, Pennywise!  I’m sharing my own free printable that you can use for your personal project. I printed the creepy clown face on weatherproof paper from OnlineLabels.com so my clown will look scary all season long.
Make a scary clown wreath that is inspired by creepy Pennywise from the hit movie and book "It". Tutorial includes a free printable.
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Make a scary clown wreath that is inspired by creepy Pennywise from the hit movie and book "It". Tutorial includes a free printable.

Step One

Cut three strips of white fabric that are 6 inches wide and about one yard long.  Sew up one side of the white fabric and pull the thread to ruffle the fabric. Stitch the ruffle to the wire wreath, starting at the base. Sew one ruffle above the other until all three ruffles are on the metal wreath form.

Step Two

Cut pieces of tulle that are 12-15 inches long. You’re going to need a lot of these! Fold the tulle strip in half, place it under the wire form, and pull the tails through the loop as pictured. You can also watch the video to see how I do this. Start with the outside ring of the wire wreath, then continue until the row is full. Repeat with the next row and the next until the wreath is covered.

Step Three

Download and print my free scary Pennywise inspired clown face. I’m using weatherproof printable vinyl from OnlineLabels.com so I don’t have to worry about rain ruining my wreath. This paper is designed to be used for vehicle stickers, so it can withstand the elements. I used my HP Envy printer and love how vivid the color came out!

Step Four

Peel and stick the clown face on a sheet of plastic or laminated paper.  I recycled an old yard sign that was already weather resistant.  I cut it to fit my wreath form and punched four holes in the corners.

Step Five

Thread tulle through the corners of the “mask” paper and tie them onto the wreath form.

Scare Your Neighbors

I think the tulle is perfect for this project because it makes the clown look really crazy!  The “hair” blows around in the wind, making it look like the clown is moving a bit.  I actually scared myself with this scary clown wreath when I stored it hanging in my closet.  Maybe it will help keep solicitors away from my front door. Ha!  Have fun crafting and creating for Halloween!

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