Deck up your front door this season with these gorgeous DIY Fall Wreaths! Choose the one you like the best and have fun crafting!
When I was growing up, wreaths were mainly used to decorate during Christmas. I didn’t see too many wreaths during other festivals, although there would be various other floral decorations. Fast forward to today and now you can have a wreath for every occasion!
I love how even a simple wreath can instantly dress up a plain door. It suddenly makes everything look festive and bright, and can cheer you up on a gloomy day. I love it when people get really creative and personal with their wreaths, using their current harvest or adding the family monogram.
Since we’re in the middle of changing seasons, it feels like the perfect time to put up a wreath to mark the beginning of Fall. Of course, we’ll change them up as more holidays come up, but today, we’ve got 15 absolutely gorgeous DIY Fall Wreaths that you can make at home. Go through the list and by the end, you’ll have selected your project for this weekend!
15 Gorgeous DIY Fall Wreaths to Make this Season
Lia Griffith is an expert when it comes to crafting with felt, and she creates magic in this felt leaf wreath! You an even use a simple wreath form with lots of felt leaves if you can’t find the twigs.
Pine cones just spell autumn and they’re the perfect addition to a fall wreath! Go ahead and add some flowers and wooden embellishments for good measure, and you’ll have a pretty wreath for your home!
Aubree Originals turns a plain rectangular picture frame into a wreath – after all, who says they all have to be circular? This is super easy to make, and you can wrap the frame in burlap or paint it a shade of brown.
If you can find those small wooden discs in your local craft store, we’d suggest making this simple yet elegant wreath from Finding Home Farms. A burlap bow gives it an extra seasonal touch!
Got an old ugly sweater you don’t know what to do with? We Three Shanes has the solution – put it on an embroidery hoop and you have the base for your fall wreath ready!
This one’s an easy one for the kiddos – all you need is craft paper or card stock in different colors to make these cute fall wreaths featuring woodland critters getting ready to sleep!
Who would think that a rag wreath could look so stylish? A Hundred Affections gives you an idea for all your rag bits, and you’ll be surprised at how such a cost effective idea can look so chic!
This dream catcher wreath from DIY Show Off may look very complex, but it’s not at all – you simply use a doily for the center! You can use ribbons and yarns of your choice to finish the piece and don’t forget to add some blooms!
If you’ve got a coffee fiend at home who hoards coffee filters, this wreath idea from All Things Heart and Home might be perfect to make them smile! You’ll need a fair bunch of coffee filters, but not too much else!
10. Pine Cone Wreath
Keep Calm and Decorate takes advantage of the natural beauty of pine cones in this rustic, woody fall wreath that looks lovely. Burlap or buffalo print ribbon are the perfect additions to this project.
We love the simplicity of this fall wreath from Domestically Creative. It doesn’t use too many things but that is exactly what gives this project that look of understated elegance.
If Halloween is what excites you the most about this season, then you’ll love this candy corn themed wreath from Little Miss Celebration! You can make multiple mini wreaths or a large one with bigger pom poms.
Home Talk has another embroidery hoop project that easy peasy to make. All you need if fabric in a fall-theme print or color, a monogram and some ribbon and voila! Your DIY fall wreath is ready!
Got slots of fabric scraps and don’t know what to do with them? Quilty Therapy has the solution – tie them all together to make a wreath! Stick to colors in a fall theme and this is a great project to use up those scraps.
This sunflower wreath from Grillo Designs is too pretty for words! I would gladly have this in my room to cheer me up when the weather outside gets too cold and damp.
Aren’t they all so pretty? Some of these can be made with things you already have, while others may require an order from the craft store. You can even try a few different ones, and change it up. Or maybe even gift a neighbor by hanging it on their door as a surprise!