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Fall Wreath Ideas to DIY

Adding a Fall wreath to your front door or other spot in your home makes a big impact!  But, you don’t have to spend a lot of money at a high end store for a wreath.  You can make your own!  

Today, I hope I inspire you to create!  Gather up some fall supplies and make your own gorgeous Fall wreath!  The best thing about Fall wreaths in particular, most of the things used to make these wreaths are from nature!  So, they are either FREE or inexpensive!  And, these supplies may be as close as your back yard or you might need to visit the local farmer’s market or grocery store to find your supplies!  These wreaths are totally do-able!  Why not gather a group of girlfriends and have a wreath making party!  Have some cider and snacks, play some fun music, and get your craft on!   If you want to pin any of these ideas, please visit the original blog to pin so the maker gets the credit!  Thank you!

Fall Wreath Ideas to DIY

This Indian corn wreath by Yvonne at Stone Gable is one of my very favorites!  I’ve shared it before, but I have to include it here again!  This wreath is easy to put together, but makes a big statement!  

Are you more of a minimalist?   Then, this  DIY Twig Wreath with Felt Leaves from North Story is for you!  I really love this one and it’s so easy and inexpensive!  North Story shares the full tutorial!

This Wheat Horseshoe Wreath from Sincerely, Marie Designs is a new take on the fall wheat wreath!  I love this fresh design and Ella from Sincerely, Marie Designs has a great tutorial to make it!  

Ann from On Sutton Place makes the most amazing wreaths!  And, this classic Autumn Wheat Wreath is stunning!  

Talk about original!  This Acorn Cap Wreath from Sweet Something Designs is unique and beautiful!  Do you have an oak tree nearby with lots of acorns?  If you do, this DIY is a good one!  I love how she just used the caps!  And, the texture of this wreath is amazing!

And, talk about texture!!!  This Bleached Pinecone Wreath from Garden Therapy is full of it!!  And, this wreath would be perfect from now through spring!!!  I love this one and think I need to give it a try!  Wouldn’t it look great in my bedroom for Christmas?

Alicia from Thrifty and Chick made this Wood Slice Wreath for Christmas, but I think it works for fall too!  It’s so simple and she shares how to get the wood slices in the perfect circle shape!!!  

Fall applies are plentiful right now!  So, why not make a Fall Apple Wreath?  This is a great DIY from Shayna at The Woodgrain Cottage!

Do you live in the South and where magnolia leaves are plentiful?  Then, you should make yourself a DIY Magnolia Leaf Wreath!  And, you can always use preserved magnolia leaves, which you can purchase at craft stores.  This Metallic Leaf Wreath from Better Homes and Gardens takes the traditional magnolia leaf to the next level by spray painting the preserved leaves with varying shades of metallic spray paint!  

And, I can’t not share my own DIY Real Oak Leaf Wreath!  It’s one of my favorite fall projects ever!  And, it’s so easy! 

And, this Corn Shock Wreath is another one that I made a few years ago!  I may make another one this year!  Do you think the farmer would miss a few shocks from the field behind my house?  

And, here’s another one from me!  I made this knock-off of a high end Anthropologie Corn Husk Wreath way back in 2015!  I still love the look!  This one uses corn husks from the grocery store!!!!

I hope I’ve inspired you to get crafty and make a DIY wreath for fall with these fall wreath ideas!   Don’t forget to PIN the image above so you have all of these DIY Fall Wreath Ideas in one place!!!


Purification Fiscus

Wednesday 18th of September 2019

This wreaths are all so awesome. Thank you for sharing!


Tuesday 17th of September 2019

I loved all of them. Thanks for gathering them for us.


Tuesday 17th of September 2019

I enjoyed all of these wreaths! Every one is natural and would cost so little to make!

Doreen Cagno

Tuesday 17th of September 2019

Yes!!! That's why I like them so much!