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Add prickly charm to front doors with a wicked glowing Halloween wreath made from plastic gutter screen and orange surveyor's tape.
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Halloween ghost lights add flashing fun and spooky sound effects to this edgy wreath.
Using utility scissors, cut a 42-inch length of 14-gauge wire.
Using utility scissors, cut plastic gutter guard into four approximately 5-foot sections. Fold each gutter guard section accordion-style and thread 14-gauge wire through bottom of the screens leaving about 1-inch of wire on the inside of ring.
Wrap wire ends together to create a circle.
Cut orange surveyor's tape into 24 12-inch pieces and tie onto wire circle in between pleats created by gutter guard. You'll want the orange tape to show through the gutter guard.
Add ghost novelty lights. Position the ghosts in the gutter guard pleats and secure using 24-gauge wire.
Hang wreath using two suction cups with wire hooks.
To create the illusion of black ribbon, adhere black electrical tape to the door or wall below the wreath.
You can substitute a wire coat hanger for the 14-gauge wire; overlap the ends one inch and secure by wrapping with 24-gauge wire.