Wreaths are such a versatile seasonal and holiday decoration. But if you want to own more than one, the costs become pretty astronomical. Here are 11 ‘front door worthy’ diy fall wreath tutorials that will cut your cost and help you stock your house with gorgeous seasonal wreaths. Most are quick to make as well; time is a commodity. The faster you can make a wreath, the more wreaths you can make, am I right?
This was my most recent wreath creation. It was so simple and quick – done in 5 minutes! – to make this DIY Fall Floral Wreath. Plus the bright fall colors just make my heart happy! This one is standing on my desk right now.
This DIY Fall Ribbon Wreath is super quick and easy to make! All it involves is cutting and tying wire ribbon in knots around the entire wreath. This photo definitely doesn’t do the wreath justice – it’s so simple and pretty. And you can use any kind of wire ribbon, and even add cute accents if you want!
This Embroidery Hoop wreath from 2 Bees in a Pod is gorgeous and so easy to fit to any season or holiday! Plus it looks incredibly easy to make on your own!
I LOVE how this Easy DIY Fall Wreath from To Simply Inspire pops against the black door. It’s definitely got me thinking I need a black door now! It’s made with a rustic grapevine wreath and artificial beery stems – plus it only takes 15 minutes, from start to finish.
This felt leaf wreath takes a little bit of work, since you have to cut the leaves and hot glue the ends together. But it’s still so simple to do, since you’re only cutting 1 pattern. (And if you have a Cricut Maker, you could cut the felt on there in no time!) I think one with just orange, red, brown and yellow leaves would be gorgeous too!
Not only is this a perfectly simple and multi-seasonal DIY, we’ve got a craft kit for it too! That way, you don’t even have to leave your house to grab the supplies to make this beauty!
I love the idea of just using leaves on a burlap wrapped bow, like this fall leaf wreath from Small Home Soul. Usually I see leaves as an accent, not the main wreath decor, so this is unique and so pretty! And that bow adds just the right simple touch – plus, if you aren’t great at making large decorative bows, craft stores sell them already made for a pretty reasonable price.
This fall corn wreath is so unique! Usually people hang the corn in a cute fall bunch, but I love the way Today’s Creative Life attached them all into a cute wreath shape! It’ll definitely get you a lot of comments when people come over!
Remember when no-sew blankets were all the rage? This is like the adult craft version of those! Actually, this would be a fun craft to do with your kids. If they can tie the blankets, they can help tie all of the cute fringes on this no sew wreath too. Plus, you can find so many cute accents – like her little pumpkin person – too finish the wreath.
This gorgeous wreath is made with pine branches, pine cones and dried oranges, and it’s the perfect transition wreath from late fall to the holiday season!
This Lamb’s Ear DIY wreath is the trendiest, chicest fall wreath I’ve ever seen. The white pumpkins and the black and white buffalo plaid ribbon are perfectly fall, but also perfect for any farmhouse style. You can bet I’ll be recreating this one for next year!
This 3 hoop embroidery hoop wreath from Love Create Celebrate is so eye-catching to me. (And wouldn’t it go perfectly in a house with the Lamb’s Ear wreath above??) I’m so used to single hoop wreaths, so I love how she mixes it up and uses three different sized hoops for this one!
This Fall Ornament Wreath from Where the Smiles Have Been is a gorgeous showstopper of a wreath! It takes a bit of time to make – you’ve got to glue each ornament on individually – but it’s so simple to do! Plus the leaves fill in any gaps in your ornaments, so it’s pretty much fool-proof!
You’ve still got some fall left – every door needs a festive wreath for Thanksgiving! So, which one are you going to make?
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