Top 15 DIY Fall Wreaths To Try This Year

As you may have noticed, the weather starts to send us hints that summer is over and that we should get ready for autumn. Fall is a beautiful season with rich colors and all sorts of goodies. And what better way to welcome it into our lives and homes than with a beautiful wreath displayed on the door or window…

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This lovely wreath is made with floral sticks and stems. Wrap them to make the base of the wreath and then start adding the decorations. Use foam pumpkins and gourds and stick them in place, then add a few feather, leaves and other small details.{found on susieharrisblog}.

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Flowers are also perfect for making wreaths. This one, for example, is made with a wire wreath form and some hydrangeas in different shades. The burlap ribbon fills the remaining space beautifully and you can tie it anywhere you want.

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To avoid the mess natural flowers and leaves might create, you can decorate the wreath with fabric roses and other similar elements. Search the house for leftover pieces of fabric and start making the flowers. Attach them to a wreath made of twigs and use the larger pieces of fabric to wrap a portion of the wreath.{found on site}.

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This wreath has all the beautiful colors of the autumn. It’s made with leaves, pinecones, acorns and berries. The orange Japanese lantern pieces and the tiny scarecrows complete the design and the orange bow makes everything look beautiful.{found on simplethings}.

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Although simple-looking, this wreath is also very beautiful and chic. To make it, get some floral pieces and foliage and start decorating a twig wreath. Keep adding them and securing them with floral wire and use a hot glue gun to attach the leaves.{found on made2style}.

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This is a wreath you can make in just a few minutes. The leaf stems need to be stuck under the strips of fabric and you don’t even need glue for this project. When you’re done with that, make a bow and wrap the ribbon ends around the frame.{found on site}.

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This sunburst wreath is also very interesting. The idea is to use leaves that have different colors. Sort them by color and then create an ombre effect. Use a hot glue gun to attach them to a flat wooden ring. It’s a very inexpensive project.{found on copy-craft}.

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This wreath might look complicated but it’s actually quite easy to make as well. Use a grapevine wreath and decorate it with faux berries and garlands. It’s easy to add elements to the wreath using floral wire. At the end, add the larger pieces of fruit.{found on misskopykat}.

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Perfect for the entrance door, this wreath even has a message for all the visitors. To make it, start with a stick wreath and a mini-chalkboard. Get some autumn ribbon and wired silk flowers as well. Attach the decorations to the wreath with a hot glue gun. Place the flowers in the ugliest portion of the wreath to cover up the nasty sticks.{found on site}.

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For this simple wreath all you need to do is collect some fallen leaves from the garden or the street. Spray paint them in different shades and attach them one by one to the wreath form until you cover it all up. You can use both painted leaves and natural-colored ones.{found on wildinkpress}.

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Here’s a wreath that has a rustic and vintage look. It’s a simple grapevine wreath decorated with a few paper doily flowers and berries. It’s very easy to make and the most difficult part would be making the paper doilies.{found on hwmt}.

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The focal point of this wreath is the accordion pumpkin in the center. To make it, cut out a pumpkin shape from fall printed paper. Then cut 20 strips of solid gray card stick, thicker for the middle and thinner for the ends. Then begin gluing onto the pumpkin shape one strip at a time.{found on lollyjane}.

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For this wreath the main color is yellow. It was chosen for its brightness and the fact that it’s closer to summer and its cheerfulness. Cut out two round pieces of cardboard and glue sticks onto one of them. Then make the yellow fabric flowers and attach them to the wreath.{found on yellowmums}.

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For this project all you need is a wire hanger and some leftover pieces of fabric in fall colors. Unfold the hanger and twist it into a circle shape. Then start tying scraps of fabric to the wire with a simple knot. Continue until you wrap the wire completely. Add a ribbon and that’s all.{found on abeautifulmess}.

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The last project we’ve chosen is a modern fall wreath. At first, put a little glue on the back side of the wreath form, put one end of the ribbon on top and pin. Then wrap the wreath form tightly. After that, start adding the circles. Glue the beads or dowels onto the back of the wooden circles and paint them the color that coordinates with the paper. Glue the circles onto the wreath.{found on tatertotsandjello}.