9 Thanksgiving Wreaths That Will Put Your Home Over The Top

Now that Halloween is long gone it’s time to think of the next holiday to come and that’, of course, Thanksgiving. This is a holiday created to basically show your gratitude and thanks for the great harvest and of the preceding year and one way of showcasing that in your décor is with a beautiful wreath. Let’s take a look at some options.

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To make this simple yet full of character wreath you need pumpkin patch, caramel corn paper, candy bar paper and cardstock as well as a round wreath, felt and burlap, ribbon and glue. First you cut strips of felt and burlap and then you cut scallops out of the fabric. You wrap the strips around the wreath and then you add the flowers and the rest of the decorations.{found on thespottedleopard}.

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For this project you’ll need a wreath, a glue gun, punched paper circles and tags. Making the paper flowers is really simple. You take one of the punched circles, you wrap it around the eraser end of the pencil and then you glue them to the wreath.{found on makelifelovely}.

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This is a rustic burlap wreath for which you also need tiny pumpkins. First you paint the pumpkins white and remove the stems beforehand. Then you start making the burlap pennant banner. Cut squares of burlap and fold them over the twine, then trim around them. After that, just add the white pumpkins.{found on simplycountrylife}.

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This is a wreath which I really love because it has a modern flair and it’s also perfect for autumn. The leaves are cut out of construction paper. You glue the leaves horizontally and stack them counter clock wise.{found on site}.

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If you want a wreath with a little more pizazz you can use glitter. Cut out a basic leaf shape to use as a template and then cut out around 60 leaves out of cardstock. Divide them into groups and spray paint them with adhesive then coat them in glitter.{found on homemadebyjill}.

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This wreath is a little more traditional and it really captures the spirit of the season. To make it you need a wreath form, pipe cleaners, deco mesh ribbon, decorative ribbon, pumpkins, a glue gun and a sign that says “Happy Thanksgiving”.{found on littlebgcg}.

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Monogram wreaths are great when you want to personalize the décor a little bit. To make a wreath that looks somewhat like this one you need a natural wreath form, wood letters, twine, craft paint, burlap ribbon, fall flowers and berries and a glue gun. You paint the wood letter and then you use a pouncer to create the polka dots.{found on site}.

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This wreath is very easy to make and it requires simple and few supplies. All you need is a wire hanger, some twine, cardstock, a pen and clothespins. You bend the hanger into a circle and you add a dab of hot glue to the wire. Then you start wrapping the jute twine around it. Then you cut the leaves using a template, number them and you glue them to the clothespins.{found on mirandamade}.

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For this wreath you’ll need, besides the usual supplies, a frame. You start by decorating the wreath with berries, leaves, flowers, etc. then you make the framed fall phrase and you attach it to the wreath.{found on lbs}.