7 DIY Fall Wreath Ideas
The fall season has always been one of the most beautiful times of year, which is why we want to help you decorate your front door with these DIY fall wreath ideas. You don’t need a lot of money to pull off these seasonal looks and they’re sure to help welcome the fall season in style.
What do you put in a fall wreath?
There are so many seasonal embellishments that can be used to make a fall wreath. As you’ll see in the ideas below, you can use things like seasonal flowers, botanical leaves, sticks from nature, pumpkins, burlap, and more.
When it comes to designing your wreath, take into consideration your favorite things about fall. Are you drawn to the changing colors of the leaves? Do you enjoy the seasonal foods like pumpkins, squash, and corn? And don’t forget about straw/hay, cotton, moss, and grapevine.
With this in mind, keep reading to get inspired to make your own fall wreath.
7 DIY Fall Wreath Ideas
Pumpkins & Cotton Floral Hoop Wreath (The Merry Thought)
Nothing says fall like faux florals and pumpkins. To make this wreath, all you’ll need is a few supplies. A metallic hoop, florals, pumpkins, floral wire, wire cutters, and hot glue are used to create a shabby and chic wreath that doesn’t take up much space but adds beautiful class to any space.
Grapevine Gourd Wreath (Garden Therapy)
This ornamental style wreath is made with a variety of small faux gourds, a bit of greenery, both of which are hot glued onto a grapevine wreath. The simplicity of this wreath offers a nice pop of color and a stylish touch to any front door.
Pastel Pumpkins Galore (Lovely Indeed)
You can never have too many pumpkins and this wreath design proves it. A combination of different styles and sizes of wreaths are painted in pastel colors (pink and white) with gold painted stems, then fixated around a round wreath form. You can get really creative with colors, especially if you want to match a certain color scheme you already have going on with other decor.
Colorful Baby’s Breath Wreath Idea (The House the Lars Built)
One supply steals the show for this wreath – baby’s breath. These can be conveniently purchased at the Dollar Tree or local craft store. Then, spray paint batches of them in different colors. Once they’re spray painted, snip and stick them into a circular styrofoam wreath form for a big and bold colorful baby’s breath wreath.
Faux Apple Wreath (The Wood Grain Cottage)
Use a classic fall food to create a unique wreath that’s both yummy and pretty to look at. Shayne from The Wood Grain Cottage had the incredible idea to put different sized apples together with moss along with a burlap hanger to create an apple wreath. You can make one as large or small as you’d like and we’re sure it will be the topic of conversation by all who visit your home.
Floral Basket Wreath Idea (Twelve on Main)
Stop by your local thrift store and pick up an old shallow basket or basket lid to put with faux fall flowers. Don’t worry about filling the basket as you’ll be writing a greeting in the base of the basket. The original designer went with the word “thankful” since Thanksgiving falls in the season, but you can put any greeting you like. Get as creative as you want with this wreath idea!
Woodround Chalkboard Wreath (Home Stories A to Z
Over the years, woodrounds have become a growing fall decor trend, and rightfully so. With the natural rustic touch these provide, it only makes sense to turn one into a wreath. To make a woodround chalkboard wreath you’ll need a wood slice, chalkboard paint, faux flowers, and a few other craft staples. The finished product is one you’ll be proud to hang on your front door.
Fall is such a fun and exciting time to decorate. It’s also a beautiful season that provides ideas for many creative looks when it comes to decorating the inside and outside of your home. While you’re making your wreath, don’t forget to check out our best fall front porch ideas to keep the fall decorating going. Which wreath idea did you like best? Let us know in the comments below!
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