Whether it鈥檚 the first step or the finishing touch of decorating your home for Halloween, a creepy-cool wreath is *the* way to give your front door that spooky look you鈥檙e after. Orange and black fabric wreaths are sweet, but they鈥檝e been done 鈥 this year calls for something a little more unique and modern. Give trick-or-treaters the 鈥渆vil eye鈥 with a wreath made of multicolored ping pong eyeballs, or scare聽arachnophobes with a wreath covered in plastic spiders. Still not sure how you want to spook-ify your door? Check out these 25 creative ideas guaranteed to take your Halloween decor to the next level.

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1. Printable Eyeball Wreath:聽Kick off your Halloween decorations with this colorful wreath made of printable eyeballs. Since they鈥檙e free, you鈥檒l be saving time and money with this DIY. If those reasons weren鈥檛 cool enough, you can even print out extra eyeballs to make a mask! (via See Vanessa Craft)

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2. Sugar Skull Wreath:聽Add a splash of color to a simple black and white wreath with sugar skull-inspired flowers. Though these were made out of felt, feel free to swap them out for faux flowers, especially if you鈥檙e running short on time. (via Crafted Sparrow)

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3. Candy Corn Wreath:聽Your neighbors won鈥檛 stand a chance against your *sweet* door decor this year. Turn the iconic Halloween candy into a decorative accent using a styrofoam wreath, hot glue and candy corn. Pro tip: Keep insects away from your candy wreath by drying out your candy corn completely then spraying it with a preservative gloss before starting the DIY.聽(via Woman鈥檚 Day)

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4. Purple Spider Wreath:聽Channel witchy vibes with this black and purple wreath featuring spider embellishments. For a glam touch, use ribbon that has hints of metallic thread. (via Love It So Much)

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5. Yarn-Wrapped Wreath:聽Here鈥檚 another play on the classic black and purple color combo. Add a neon green bow featuring a festive print, like bats or cats, to mix things up. (via Happily Intended)

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6. Pinecone Monster Wreath:聽If you鈥檝e got one too many pinecones lying around, upcycle your yard litter by turning it into a monster-inspired wreath to adorn your front door. Spray paint your 鈥渕onster,鈥 then add a pair of eyes and聽a stylish bow for a dapper touch. (via Craftaholics Anonymous)

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7. Animal Eyes Wreath:聽Your front door will have never looked so creepy, thanks to this wreath that鈥檚 decked out in bright yellow animal eyes. Just add googly eyes to a foam wreath that鈥檚 wrapped in black crepe paper. (via Tried & True)

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8.聽Halloween Wreath: Using a grapevine wreath, add moss, spider rings and a black crow prop to recreate this impressive Halloween DIY. The best part is the tutorial breaks the craft down into four customizable options,聽which means you can use聽the same wreath for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas (just use floral wire instead of hot glue when securing your decorative elements).聽(via Hello Glow)

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9. Spooky Eyeball Wreath:聽Who knew ping-pong balls could be this creepy/cool? Use this craft as a fun project for you and your little ones to work on together, to come up with some seriously creative eye-deas. (via Small + Friendly)

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10. Scary Googly Eyes Wreath: Don鈥檛 worry if you don鈥檛 have the time to decorate dozens of ping pong balls. This black feathery base works just as great to step up your Halloween decor by saving you time *and* giving your wreath a stylish, spooky flair. (via DIY Network)

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11. Black Cat Wreath:聽Love cats? Then have we got the *purrfect* wreath for you. Create this look using black yarn, black pipe cleaners and (surprise!) black felt.聽(via Shaken Together)

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12. Black Paper Cones Wreath:聽As far as pretty Halloween decor goes, this one definitely takes the cake. Reminiscent of a black dahlia, this wreath made of black paper cones will keep your door chic as well as festive. (via Blooming Homestead)

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13. Halloween Wreath: If dark romantic elements are more your style, try your hand at this gothic wreath Morticia Addams would certainly approve of. Get the look by spray painting faux flowers black then pinning them onto a black wreath. (via The 36th Avenue)

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14.聽Halloween Mummy Wreath: Trick-or-treaters are in for a playful scare聽when they walk up to this wrapped-up mummy wreath. Use muslin or gauze to wrap your wreath, then finish off the look with a pair of googly eyes for a cheeky touch.聽(via Pretty Providence)

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15. Skeleton Hands Wreath:聽Here鈥檚 a DIY wreath your neighbors will definitely want to get their *hands* on. Spray plastic skeleton hands with a metallic silver paint and arrange around a circular piece of chalkboard, featuring your best hand-lettered Halloween greeting.聽(via Tried & True)

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16. Halloween Skull Wreath:聽If you鈥檙e looking for a budget-friendly DIY, make this wreath that calls for dollar store finds like styrofoam skulls and orange ribbon. To take your wreath to the next level, coat the black skulls with black glitter spray paint. (via Tried & True)

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17.聽DIY Yarn Ball Pumpkin Wreath: The best part about Halloween is the pumpkins, so why not make a wreath filled with聽them? Wrap cotton balls with a roll of orange yarn and use hot glue to secure them to your wreath frame. Making this wreath might take a while, but we promise it鈥檚 totally worth the extra effort! (via Craft-O-Mania)

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18. Halloween Spiderweb Wreath: A creepy-crawly wreath is the perfect way to add a Halloween vibe to your porch. If just this picture can make your skin crawl, it聽might even scare off an unwanted visitor or two.聽(via Go Make Me)

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19. Sophisticated Spider Wreath:聽As sophisticated as it looks, this DIY wreath is surprisingly easy to make. Once you鈥檙e finished, you鈥檒l definitely give trick-or-treaters a spooky surprise with these leggy聽critters. (via Paper & Fox)

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20. Wriggling Snake Wreath: Make Medusa proud with this wriggling snake wreath that鈥檒l stop trick-or-treaters dead in their tracks. Granted, it won鈥檛 turn them into stone, but close enough!聽(via Martha Stewart)

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21. Nevermore Halloween Wreath:聽Channel Edgar Allan Poe鈥檚 twisted tales with this wreath inspired by his work 鈥淭he Raven.鈥 But be warned: Hanging this wreath from your door might have you second guessing whether it was trick-or-treaters or something more ominous rapping at your chamber door.聽(via Katydid and Kid)

22. Spider Glam Halloween Wreath:聽Polka dot fabric, a pom pom garland and a teeny spider charm deliver a look that鈥檚 more cute than spooky. If that suits your decor style best, get the look with a ribbon, doily, pom pom trim and a mini pennant printable. (via Flamingo Toes)

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23.聽DIY Paper Spiderwebs: Remember those paper snowflakes you made as a kid? That鈥檚 basically all you need to know how to do to recreate this super easy spider web wreath made of black scrapbook paper. (via This Heart of Mine)

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24. Black Paper Wreath:聽For a more subtle look, create this black funeral-esque wreath using black crepe paper. You can even use leftover streamers to decorate the rest of your home. (via Country Living)

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25. Spooky Eyeball Wreath:聽Oh m鈥檈ye! If one thing is for sure, it鈥檚 that this wreath is a lot of *look.* Give everyone who comes knocking an uneasy feeling with this DIY that鈥檚 made of bloodshot eyeballs. (via A Pretty Life)

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