41 Amazing DIY Fall Wreath Ideas
The front door will often be what makes that first impression when someone walks up your front porch, so you’ll want the perfect statement piece.
These are the best DIY fall wreath ideas that you can make to deck out your outdoor home decor. And it’s not just about fall decorating.
There’s just something special about seasonal wreaths in general. They seem to provide an immediate ambiance and warmth that makes you feel welcome.
And it makes sense because traditionally, that’s what wreaths have been placed on doors.
It kind of reminds me of the tradition at Halloween of keeping your outdoor porch lights on if you mean to provide candy to trick or treaters.
Lights off mean you don’t. Or, as we used to say as kids, “the house with the grumpy old man”. ;0}
As a kid, I knew not to knock on the door of a home with the lights off. A wreath is a home with the lights on, so to speak.
So a wreath can hold a lot of importance when planning your fall decor.
These DIYers are sharing their detailed tips and tricks on how they made these gorgeous autumn wreaths.
They will inspire you to create your own wreath that looks beautiful all season.
If you like to plan ahead, then check out this big list of tutorials for Valentine’s Day wreaths.
Typical materials for making DIY fall wreaths:
- Hot glue gun
- Artificial flowers
- Foam wreath form
- Straw wreath form
- Floral wire
- Dried flowers
- Wire cutters
- Embroidery hoops
- Plastic pumpkins
- Dried grasses- such as pampas grass, oat grass
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Here are more ideas for fall decorations, like these DIY concrete coasters with fall leaves and fall candle holders. And for outdoor inspiration, here are the best trees for bringing color into your yard during fall.
Here are 41 amazing fall wreath ideas you can make to provide a warm welcome for guests this season.
DIY Fall Wreath Ideas To Make
Shabby Chic Autumn Wreath
Create an absolutely beautiful floral wreath with this step-by-step tutorial. This DIY wreath has such a pretty shabby chic feel to it. The white pumpkin makes it perfect for fall.
You can easily remove the pumpkin once fall is over to make it a wreath you could keep up year round.
DIY Grapevine Wreath With Lights
Use wild vines from your own yard to make this beautiful lit grapevine wreath. If you are lloking for an easy wreath to make, this is the one.
Blue and White Fall Wreath
This stunning fall wreath is done in non-traditional fall colors of blue and white. The addition of seasonal autumn leaves makes it the perfect way to welcome fall.
Toddler-Friendly DIY Fall Wreath with Easy Air Dry Clay Recipe
If you are looking for a fun fall craft to make with the kids, this seasonal wreath is perfect. It's made with air dry clay, so it's easy for little hands to create with.
Think of how proud they will be when they see a project they helped make hung on the front door.
DIY Fall Wreath for the Front Door
Create a beautiful wreath for fall by updating a classic grapevine wreath.
This wreath is a great way to show a warm welcome and adds a bit of rustic charm to your front door, or porch. Plus, you can easily update it for winter once the fall season is over.
Pumpkin Grapevine Wreath for fall!
A super simple way to decorate for the fall season is to add a beautiful fall flower wreath to your front door. It's the perfect way to welcome friends and family.
You can usually find wreath forms for a great price at thrift stores, or craft stores.
Behr's 2019 Color of the Year & DIY Fall Wreath
This simple fall wreath uses pretty hydrangeas in rich colors. The addition of the sweet greeting makes for a touch of whimsy and fun.
DIY Farmhouse Fall Wreath with a Bow
If you like to decorate in neutrals, simply add cream pumpkins, with faux greenery, to a wreath form.
Keep it all neutral, or add pops of classic autumn colors to really make the cream pop.
Monogram Fall Wreath
One of the more popular wreath ideas is to decorate with fall leaves. You can dry real leaves, or use a faux leaf garland to wrap around the wreath form.
This blogger adds a simple monogram for a custom look to this gorgeous fall wreath.
Pumpkin Kisses Fall Burlap Wreath Tutorial
If you are new to wreath making, this burlap ribbon tutorial is easy enough for beginners to make.
You simply wrap a wreath form with your favorite ribbon, and add a few fall decorations to make this pretty wreath.
Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY
Burlap is a great material to use for a rustic wreath. It's inexpensive, can easily be found at craft and home stores, plus it's neutral enough to use for any season or holiday.
This makes fall burlap wreaths the perfect craft for this time of year.
Floral Monogram Fall Wreath
Pick up pretty silk flowers in classic fall colors to make a custom monogram wreath for the autumn season.
Start adding flowers to the middle of the wreath first, then work your way around to ensure the flowers are even.
How To Make An Easy DIY Seashell Wreath
If fall colors in oranges and golds aren't your thing, make a seashell wreath that you can leave up year round for a pretty touch of coastal decor.
DIY Fall Wreath
Monogram wreaths continue to be very popular. Create a fall wreath as you normally would, then add your monogram to the middle of the wreath.
It really takes it to the next level and gives it a custom look.
Shabby Chic Happy Fall Pumpkin Door Hanger: My Girly Gourd
This "Happy fall" pumpkin decor is a twist on a colorful wreath and is so easy to make. It has a shabby chic feel to it with pops of bright pink.
You don't have to use traditional fall colors in your home decor. Do what makes you happy!
easy burlap fall wreath
Pick up some burlap and felt to make a DIY burlap fall wreath. Just glue felt leaves around one side of the wreath. Easy peasy!
Fall Ornament Wreath
You've probably seen ornament wreaths for Christmas, but have you ever seen a fall ornament wreath? This is such a great fall wreath idea and it's a lovely way to welcome fall into your home!
DIY Neutral Fall Wreath
Oranges and golds not your thing? Create a neutral wreath for fall with faux greenery and cream pumpkins. This looks stunning on a wood door!
DIY Mesh Pumpkin Wreath
Learn how to make a deco mesh pumpkin wreath that uses just a few inexpensive supplies. You can follow this same tutorial to make a Christmas wreath too.
How To Make An Easy Acorn And Pinecone Wreath • Craft Invaders
Bring a touch of nature into your home by collecting acorns and pinecones. You can use them in a fall wreath, or place them in decorative bowls around your home.
DIY Thanksgiving Mesh Wreath
Make a stunning Thanksgiving mesh wreath that you can keep up from Halloween to Christmas.
Most of the supplies can be found at the dollar store, making this an inexpensive craft too.
DIY Fall Embellishments for Your Front Door!
When you think of fall, what is the first thing you think of? For many, fall leaves are at the top of the list.
You can easily embellish your front door with a pretty leaf wreath. It's simple to create and is another craft that can stay up all season long.
DIY Fall Book Page Wreath
Upcycle old books by creating a book page wreath for fall. You can keep the book pages natural, or color them in pretty colors as shown here.
Make a Textured Yarn Wreath for Fall
A great way to add texture to your home is to create a easy wreath with yarn. Go with bright and bold colors, or keep it light and bright.
How to make a Deco Mesh Pumpkin Wreath!
How fun is this deco mesh wreath? Created in a pumpkin shape, it will look adorable inside your home, or outside on a porch or door.
How To Make An Upcycled Map Leaf Wreath
Keep an eye out at thrift stores, or yard sales for old maps. They can be used in so many different crafts and home decorating ideas.
Take a look at this fun upcycled map leaf wreath. It's so unique and really makes a statement.
How To Make A Colourful Felted Acorn Wreath
What a great idea, create a white grapevine wreath using felted acorns in bright colors. This is such a fun and unexpected way to welcome fall.
DIY Front Door Wreath for Fall
One of the easiest ways to decorate for any season, is to simply change out the wreath on your front door.
This gorgeous pumpkin wreath is made in soft and soothing colors of cream and peach. Such a pretty and unexpected look for fall!
Dollar Store Crafts: Fabulous Fall Paper Wreath
Create fall leaves from paper, or use silk leaves to make a simple front door wreath. This can be made in under an hour with supplies from the dollar store.
Pool Noodle Wreath That Wows in Four Easy Steps!
If you are looking for a larger wreath for your home, try using a pool noodle as a wreath form. You can pick one up at the dollar store.
Just cover it in the fabric of your choice and add a few simple embellishments.
How to Make a Colorful Corn Husk Wreath
A super fun idea for fall is to use corn husks in your decorating. You can create a gorgeous wreath, or banner with them, or even just add some to a fall vignette.
Easy DIY Pumpkin Hoop Wreath Tutorial
Hoop wreaths continue to be very popular. You can easily make a pumpkin hoop with this DIY tutorial. This one uses an upcycled sweater in a pretty fall color.
How to Make a Pinecone Wreath (without wire or glue)
If you live in an area where there are pine cones, gather a bunch to create a pretty wreath. If you don't have any available near you, they can be bought at craft stores or online.
DIY Metallic Fall Leaf Wreath
See how easy it is to create a stunning metallic fall wreath. This is really a show stopper with gorgeous colors of rusts and golds.
Add it to an old pallet sign, or antique window, for extra impact.
How To Make A Simple Dollar Store DIY Fall Wreath
One way to keep costs down with seasonal decorating is to buy silk florals at Dollar Tree. They are used in this pretty fall wreath that really has a high-end look.
You can even mix florals from the craft store with stems from Dollar Tree.
Make a budget friendly wreath for fall!
A classic look for fall is to add maple leaves to your decor. Keep it neutral, or add pops of color for an unexpected touch.
The cream pumpkins on this wreath lighten up the look and will make it stand out on a front door.
Free Fall SVG File and DIY Autumn Wreath Tutorial!
Download this free fall SVG file to make your own autumn wreath. It can be used in so many different ways. You can even add a copy to a frame for easy wall decor.
Autumn Harvest Thanksgiving Wreath
A quintessential sign of fall are red berries, or bittersweet. If you can find some in your yard or woods, gather a bunch.
They look stunning in wreaths, garlands and placed in vases. If you don't have any around you, it is easily found in craft stores.
This gorgeous berries fall wreath is easier than it looks to make.
Homemade Teal Pumpkin Wreath
Create a Halloween wreath feel with this tutorial for a teal pumpkin wreath. While not your traditional fall wreath, the teal pumpkins serve a purpose.
They are a sign to trick or treaters that they have non-food treats available for those with food allergies.
SO CUTE! How to make a burlap pumpkin wreath!
You can purchase burlap in all kinds of colors now, including orange. That is perfect to use in making a cute pumpkin wreath.
This can stay up straight through Thanksgiving and is a fun way to welcome trick or treaters.
DIY Wheat Wreath: Perfect Fall Decor
Gather faux, or real wheat grass to create a beautiful fall wreath. It is a classic look for fall and is neutral enough to go with any style home. It's also a great way to add dimension and texture to a mantel.
DIY Fall Farmhouse Pumpkin Wreath
Add a touch of farmhouse decor to your home by making a simple fall pumpkin wreath with buffalo check and burlap.
Homemade Mossy Halloween Skull Wreath
If you are looking for a Halloween wreath with a touch of nature, check out this idea. The addition of moss and succulents really makes the skull stand out.
Once Halloween is over, simply remove the skull and you have a wreath that can stay up all year long!
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