Don’t you just love autumn? It’s seriously my favorite time of the year – aside from Christmas, that is. I love the crisp cool air, the colors and of course, the DIY projects that abound! There are so many wonderful things to make during the cooler weather and I just can’t wait to get started! On that note, I thought it would be cool to share some DIY fall wreaths with you. I’ve found 40 of the most spectacular wreaths that you can very easily make yourself and give your front door a wonderfully welcoming fall look.
Fall seriously is a wonderful time to do DIY projects. It’s not too hot so you can easily do many of these outdoors. Plus, there are so many beautiful colors to work with. Whether you want something that gives a harvest look to the porch or you prefer more of an elegant wreath, I’ve got you covered. There is a wreath that you can make that will perfectly match any outdoor décor you may have going on. From wheat and corn husks to gorgeous acorns and walnuts, you can use things that you find outside to make a beautiful new wreath. And, you should also check out these 60 fall décor projects to decorate your interior.
I love the thought of repurposing or upcycling items to make a wreath and many of these use upcycled materials. There is a great cardboard wreath form that you can upcycle from any empty box and you can use acorns, pinecones, twigs and any number of other things from outdoors to make your wreaths decorative. So, if you have certain supplies on hand, these won’t cost you anything to make. Of course, there is burlap involved in many of them as well. You just can’t decorate for fall without burlap! You also can’t decorate for fall without gorgeous leaves and on that note, be sure to check out these 15 DIY leaf crafts for kids.
So, let’s start making wreaths! These are all so simple, so cheap and would make wonderful gifts if you know someone with a birthday, anniversary or wedding coming up in the next few months. I hope you enjoy these easy fall wreath crafts and I hope you’ll share which one is gracing your front door this fall.
21. Rolled Page Rosette Fall Wreath
22. Romantic Ruffled Fall Wreath
If you’re looking for a really romantic look for your front door, this ruffled wreath is perfect. You make it with fabric and lace, which are romantic on their own, but then you add in the ruffles which just put it over the top. Your color choices help to make it perfect for fall and you can embellish it with fabric or burlap rosettes in fall colors.
23. DIY Fall Walnut Wreath
I love this gorgeous wreath that is made out of walnuts. I have a ton of walnuts in my yard and this would be the perfect way to put some of them to good use. To make this one, you just glue your walnuts around the wreath form and then you can paint or prime it however you want. You don’t even have to add embellishments to this one to make it the perfect fall wreath for your front door.
24. Quick And Simple Fall Wreath
This easy fall wreath can be put together in no time, and it’s really cheap. You just pick up a grapevine wreath and add fall colored silk flowers. The entire thing will cost you less than $10 if you buy your supplies at the Dollar Store and you can add any number of ribbons, berries or other embellishments. I love this one if you need a really fast wreath and one that doesn’t cost a small fortune.
25. Framed Pumpkin Wreath
This wreath is perfect for fall because it has a pumpkin! It’s just a simple grapevine wreath, that you can get nearly anywhere and you add the pumpkin to the center. And, you don’t have to find an accordion pumpkin. You can make it yourself and it’s really easy, although there is a lot of folding required. Just add a burlap bow for hanging and you’re all done.
26. Fall Leaf Printable Wreath
This little wreath is made solely of printable leaves and it’s gorgeous! You just print off the designs and then cut them into leaves. You will need a wreath form or you could create your own from upcycled cardboard. The colors are perfect for fall and if you’re looking for a really cheap and easy wreath for your front door, this one is definitely in the running.
27. DIY Fall Leaf Glitter Wreath
This wreath is not only filled with gorgeous fall colors, it’s also glittery. If you want something colorful and elegant on your door, this is it. Cut the leaves out of cardstock and then use colored glitter to give them this gorgeous look. Then simply glue them onto a Styrofoam wreath form and you’re all done.
28. DIY Gourd Wreath
This gourd wreath is so perfect for fall! It’s made with moss and you add gourds that you can buy at the Dollar Store or use real ones if you prefer. Add a burlap hanging bow and you’re all done. This is perfect because you can hang it now and it will fit the season until after Thanksgiving when you hang your Christmas wreath.
29. Harvest Felt Flower Wreath
I love this harvest colored wreath that is filled with felt flowers. It comes in hues of yellow, orange and brown so it’s perfect for fall, all the way up to Christmas! I found this one on Etsy. If you prefer not to cut your own flowers or you just really love how this one looks, you can get it for around $75. The felt flowers are attached to a metal wreath form and it has just enough green leaves to give it a wonderful contrast.
30. DIY Harvest Wheat Wreath
What says fall harvest more than wheat? I love this wheat wreath that you can make from upcycling a cardboard box and wrapping it in scrap fabric or burlap. Then, you just add your wheat. You can find fake wheat at most Hobby Lobby’s or Michael’s stores or if you are lucky enough to live near a wheat field, use the real stuff. This one is perfect for fall and it’s gorgeous even without any additional embellishments.
31. DIY Fall Houndstooth Wreath
This houndstooth wreath is gorgeous and it’s a great fall accessory for your front door. The houndstooth gives it such a beautiful rustic fall look and you can embellish it with felt or burlap flowers or rosettes or use silk flowers if you prefer. Just wrap houndstooth fabric around a Styrofoam wreath base and then add your decorations.
32. Easy Fall Raffia Wreath
I love the look of this autumn themed raffia wreath. You just need one bag of raffia to make it, plus a straw wreath form and a few pins. You just gather up your raffia a bit at a time and pin it to the straw wreath, with the plastic still in place. Then take scissors and snip the loops to give it that great unkempt look. You can add any fall decorations to spruce it up, but I like it just the way it is, without any additional embellishments.
33. DIY Pheasant Feather Wreath
I really love this pheasant feather wreath. It’s so unique and so perfect for fall with the lovely browns and copper colorings. You use a twig wreath to make it – which you can totally DIY if you want. Once you have your wreath form, you just add tiny pheasant feathers to some of the twig ends and then fill in with brazil nuts. The copper colored ribbon bow and hanger really set it off.
34. Fall Pinecone Wreath
If you’re like me, you have tons of pinecones in the yard this time of year, which makes this pinecone wreath perfect for your fall decorating. It’s really easy to make and if you have the pinecones available, it’s really cheap, too. You can buy pinecones if you need to but you can also just check around with family and friends to find what you need. Someone is sure to have a yard full for you to take. Then just glue them to a wreath form, add a bow and you’ve got the perfect fall wreath. You could even add greenery and lights for a nice holiday wreath.
35. Easy DIY Polka Dot Wreath
If you want something really simple for your front door, try this great polka dot wreath. You just have to wrap polka dot material around a Styrofoam wreath form and then add a bow. You don’t even need that much material, so this one can be done really cheap, too. Find material at a thrift store or upcycle some polka dot clothing. The coloring is what makes it perfect for fall decorating.
36. DIY Potpourri Wreath
Potpourri is great for making a fall wreath. After all, potpourri comes in wonderful fall colors and the dried out flowers and seeds are great for a rustic harvest look. You’ll need a bag of potpourri and a wreath form. A grapevine wreath works really well. Just glue your potpourri in whatever design you want onto the wreath form and then add a bow or other decorations as you wish.
37. Hand Sewn Burlap Ruffle Wreath
Burlap really is the perfect material for making a fall wreath and this one is really simple. You just cover a Styrofoam wreath form with burlap and sew the burlap together to make little ruffles. It’s really simple and has a wonderful fall look, especially when you add in silk flowers or fabric flowers in fall colors. this one will easily rival those more expensive burlap wreaths that you see in department stores, which sell for upwards of $50 or more.
38. Sunshine Twig Wreath
This twig wreath is made perfect for fall with the addition of fabric flowers in a great harvest yellow color. You make the wreath form yourself from upcycled cardboard and sticks that you can find out in the yard, which makes this one a really cheap wreath, too. Once you’ve assembled and glued your sticks into place, just add your flowers that you can make from burlap or upcycled fabric swatches.
39. Easy Yarn Wrapped Wreath
This yarn wreath is one of the easiest ever to make and it’s got a great rustic fall look. To create it, just wrap yarn around a form or straw wreath form. You don’t even have to make it look perfect; that’s the charm of this one. Wrap different colors to make it really stand out and then just add some flowers or other fall themed decorations. This one actually has adorable flowers made from paper towels.
40. Easy Monogram Fall Wreath
” width=”549″ height=”1342″ class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-29147″ data-wp-pid=”29147″ />This fall wreath has so many things going for it and they all blend perfectly together. You use a grapevine wreath form to create it and then add a wooden initial for your monogram. It’s embellished with apples, although you could use any number of other fall type décor like pumpkins or gourds if you prefer. Add a fall colored bow and maybe a few silk flowers or harvest wheat and you’re all set.