Tear some book pages into strips. You can do it smaller if you like that (you can see an example in my book page ornaments) but I wanted it to look more wrapped. I use double sided tape just to hold the pieces in place. Set aside
Measure how long you want your “banner” to go adding some room for ripples. Paint the ribbon with a generous amount of Stiffy. It comes out looking like watery glue. Then position to add some ripples. Allow to dry completely
Cut your scrapbook paper. I did mine on my Cricut. The skull is from the “monster bash” cartridge. You can just as easily use pre-cut letters and images from the store.
Paint your wreath with a generous coat of Outdoor Mod Podge.
Repeat with your letters and skull. Allow to dry completely.
Glue or tape your ribbon in position on your wreath.
Glue the letters in place.
Make your ribbon by folding both colors in a few loops.
Then with a smaller piece of ribbon tie a knot around both loops. Then leaving a little space between tie another knot. This will be how you slide the ribbon onto the wreath hook
Look your hanging piece of ribbon and tie two knots like you did for the bow and then a third to secure the outer knot.
Hang the wreath and top with the bow.
With a piece of double sided tape or some glue attach the skull