DIY Fall Decor That Will Set Your Front Door Apart

Fall might be the easiest time to host gatherings in your home. The weather is cool enough to bring out all your cozy tricks from soup appetizers to candles and tartan blankets. And now that the sun begins to set earlier in the evening, you can move your party to the backyard for a bonfire! Yes, Fall is definitely the easiest season for hosting. While you probably have your home decorated in Autumn colors and scents, you won’t want to leave out your front door. Being the first thing your guest will see when they arrive, you can set the tone for your whole party before they even ring the doorbell. Take a look at these 14 DIY Fall decor ideas that will set your front door apart.

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Wood is always warm and welcoming. Crafting a simple wooden hexagon wreath gives you the opportunity to add whatever Autumn accents you’d like. Or change it up so you have a banner for one party and a tartan patterned bow for the next. (via Cherished Bliss)

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Pumpkins are always appropriate decor for Fall. Have your kids help you make this wreath by dyeing coffee filters. Yes, it’s incredibly affordable and adorable. (via Domestically Blissful)

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When the leaves begin to turn colors and fall off their branches, you have an instant free crafting medium. Put together this mobile with things you’ll find in your backyard. Because the best DIY projects are free. (via Well-Made Heart)

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Maybe you’re despairing over the fact that you don’t get pretty Fall leaves where you live. Embrace the colors of Autumn anyway with a simple hoop wreath. Using succulents will keep your decor on point with your location. (via PMQ for Two)

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How many square wreaths have you seen in your life? Probably not too many. Use a frame as your wreath base and cover it in Fall colors. Felt flowers make it especially easy to capture the oranges and reds of the season. (via Garden Matter)

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Not quite ready to say goodbye to summer? Citrus is a great way to keep the cheerfulness of those lemonade days while adding a pop of Autumn color. Use dried slices for a wreath that will last all season on your front door. (via Twine and Table)

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There’s just something about the butterflies this year! They’re big and beautiful and bountiful. Glue some paper wings onto a burlap covered plate and you’ll have a lovely wreath with Dollar store purchases. (via Surviving A Teacher’s Salary)

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Sometimes simplicity says everything you needed to say. A grapevine wreath wrapped in twinkly lights might just be the perfect Autumn addition to your front porch styling this season. (via A Bubbly Life)

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Paper pinwheels are easy on the wallet and in large supply. Collect your favorite patterns in different sizes and glue them together for a fun and family friendly wreath. (via Design Improvised)

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Who says your front door decor must be something hanging by a string? Use metallic wrapping paper in Jack O Lantern colors to put a pumpkin on your front door. Your house will be a legend come Halloween.

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Speaking of Halloween, how about a candy covered wreath? Foil wrapped chocolate makes it sleek and uniform for your door. The hardest part will be abstaining from the chocolate while you put it together. (via Homemade Ginger)

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Embroidery hoops are a dime a dozen. You can probably even find a set at your local thrift store. Use scraps of fabric and stamped patterns to create a pumpkin look to show off your front door this Fall. (via Rosycription)

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This particular idea uses a vintage quiver, but you can find scraps of leather at the craft store that you can stitch up into a quiver yourself. A perfect front door decoration for hunters and gatherers. (via Sadie Seasongoods)

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Nuts are another piece of nature you can use to decorate your home. Try creating a wreath by gluing your nut of choice to a straw wreath. This one uses hazelnuts but a walnut wreath would look great too. (via Made In Home)