1. Spray paint on both sides of the wreath and allow it to dry.
2. Wrap three black chenille stems together, end to end, to create one long chenille stem. Repeat this step to make a total of eighteen long chenille stems.
3. Line up the eighteen long black chenille stems. Approximately 5” up from one end, twist the stems together to form the trunk of a tree. Arrange the stems over the top and bottom of the wreath and continue separating and twisting the stems to form tree roots, tree trunk, and limbs to cover the front of the wreath. Pull the stem ends around the edge. of the wreath, through the grapevines, and out on the back side of the wreath. Use the glue gun on the back side of the wreath to glue the stems in place on the wreath. Use wire cutters to cut the stems flush to the back side of the wreath.
4. Trace and cut out the cat, bat, and moon templates to make patterns.
5. Trace the cat and bat patterns onto the back side of both black adhesive back foam sheets and black adhesive back felt patterns so they face the same way. Remove the adhesive backing from the felt pieces and adhere them to the corresponding foam pieces.
6. Trace the moon pattern onto the back side of a white adhesive back foam sheet. Remove the adhesive backing from the back of the bat and glue it onto the moon. Use the glue gun to glue the top of the moon to the top back side of the wreath.
7. Use the glue gun to glue the legs of the cat to the bottom roots of the tree.
8. Use crystal or craft glue to glue flatback crystals onto the branches of the tree and the eyes of the cat and the bat. Allow to dry.