So you want to create an homage to the warm colors of fall foliage, but are unsure if you’ve got what it takes? Trust me, there’s a wreath that perfectly suits your DIY capabilities. It’s especially easy when you can use materials you already have in your yard or home. These wreath tutorials will create an end result that’ll definitely make your neighbors pine with envy.
8. Rustic Fall Wreath
This grapevine wreath from Crafts Unleashed has a country touch with easy decorative burlap waves and pinecones that you can find from your own backyard.
You’ll need a grapevine wreath, wired sisal vine, burlap ribbon, pine cones and floral wire for this one, as well as small pumpkins and a chalkboard sign for personal touches.
7. Indian Corn Wreath
This easy-to-build wreath from Stone Gable is quintessential fall with deep, rich autumn hues and varying textures found in the corn. For this wreath, gather a wide variety of Indian corn to hot glue onto a straw wreath.
Pro tip: fluff the husks before getting started.
6. Fall Hydrangea Wreath
Another wreath to build with ease comes from A Night Owl Blog. Although hydrangea’s are known mostly for their beautiful blues and purples, they are showcased in all their autumnal glory in this wreath with infamous dark and rich hues.
5. Owl Wreath
This is a wreath that’s sure to please the old and young alike. What Rose Knows creates this one-of-a-kind owl wreath with adorable fall touches, such as gourds for eyes and mini corn stalks for its feet.
4. Fall Twig Wreath
This unique take on a wreath can be made from things already in and outside your house: twigs from your backyard and twine from your craft box.
Design Dining Diapers really brought their fall “A” game for this one. Use longer branches for the sides and shorter branches for the top and bottom. Connect the four corners by attached twine to one brand and wrapping it around the jute about six times. Add a personal burlap banner for a personal touch.
3. Magnolia-tastic Fall Wreath
Another wreath you can potentially make for free from found objects is this beautiful magnolia leaf wreath from Pretty Handy Girl. It also includes tips on how to recycle wreaths from past seasons into the current.
2. Felt Ombre Wreath
One of the best parts of fall is the wide spectrum of colors found in the leaves swirling in the air and piling on the ground.
This wreath from Burlap and Blue let’s you pick your favorite fall colors, display them proudly and allows you to store it easily until next year.
1. DIY Easy Fall Wreath
Have fun with a fall foliage inspired wreath by On Sutton Place. The chevron burlap ribbon is a great complement to the pumpkins and leaves of fall.