Do it yourselfStunning Fall Wreaths Your Front Door Needs

October 1, 2018by painter0

fall wreaths leaves

Fall Leaf Wreath

Channel the most beautiful part of fall—the changing colors of leaves—with this easy tutorial.

fall wreaths chalkboard

Chalkboard Fall Wreath

chalkboard makes for a sweet touch to your seasonal decor. After you create this charming DIY, ask your kids to help you think of a different phrase for each day of fall.

fall wreaths paper

Autumn Paper Leaf Wreath

This delicate wreath is all about the details: use distress ink and gold glitter glue on each leaf for a stunning, one-of-a-kind display.

apple grapevine fall wreath

Apple Grapevine Fall Wreath

Use fresh or faux fruit on these wreaths, depending on how long you want them to last. Nestle apples at the bottom of a grapevine wreath and secure them with hot glue. Tie burlap ribbon on your door to hang your finished product.

fall embroidery hoop wreath

Fall Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Make this elegant DIY your own by using a variety of blooms in autumnal colors that will complement your fall decor.

felt flower fall wreath

Felt Flower Fall Wreath

Although these felt flowers might take a little more time than your typical wreath project, the results are well worth it.

autumn embroidery hoop wreath

Autumn Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Use an old embroidery hoop and transform it into a beauitful wreath by adding faux berries and dried wheat sheaves.

hydrangea fall wreath

Hydrangea Fall Wreath

Bold hydrangeas will make your door the focal point of your front porch.

autumn berries fall wreath

Autumn Berries Wreath

This berry intricate piece might look tricky, but it’s actually super-simple to put together thanks to a foam wreath form.

copper and felt leaves fall wreath

Copper and Felt Leaves Fall Wreath

Make this wreath your own by using a metallic spray paint that will best complement your porch decor.

corn husk wreath

Corn Husk Wreath

Start with a flat-wire 18-inch frame, then hot-glue corn husks (roughly 18) and corncobs (roughly 9) in an alternating pattern. Fray the ends of the corn husks to add more dimension.

vintage tray door display

Vintage Tray Door Display

Though not a wreath in the traditional sense, guests will still be charmed by this autumnal alternative. Simply apply a layer of chalkboard paint to the inside of an old tray, then add autumn branches and bittersweet berries for a seasonal finish. (Swap in evergreen and holly for the holidays!)





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