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These 27 ideas for fall wreaths are a sure way to get you in the spirit of the season. I personally love decorating for seasons and holidays because it adds a little something to your life to celebrate.
Coming home to a beautiful DIY fall wreath hanging on your front door is such a nice little surprise. It puts you in the spirit!
I found a bunch of wreaths on Pinterest that you can make and put them all in one place. You can get ideas from these or just re-create them!
Ideas For Fall Wreaths That You Can Make
1. Blue Pumpkin Wreath
Finally, a perfectly blue fall wreath you can make for next to nothing. While writing this post I’ve seen countless fall wreaths, it feels like I’ve seen every single one Pinterest has to offer. I did not find one wreath that used mainly blue so I made my own!
2. Hoop Wreath
Get the tutorial at Simply Designing
The use of a thin hoop gives this fall wreath a modern look. It’s simple, beautiful, and can be recreated for each season with different colored flowers.
3. Circle of Pumpkins Wreath
Get the tutorial at On Sutton Place
This is one of my favorites out of these 27 ideas for fall wreaths! A circle of pumpkins is just so pleasing to the eye. You might as well paint your front door black to go all out with the Halloween theme with this one!
4. Square Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Aubree Originals
Ditch the ordinary round wreath and go with a square one this year! This fall wreath is picture perfect. You could even add a photo behind it if you wanted!
5. Light-Up Pumpkin Wreath
Get the tutorial at Lily Ardor
Another out of the ordinary fall wreath here! This pumpkin wreath lights up and you can make it yourself! This one is cute, functional, and something I’m adding to my list of DIYs right now.
6. Fall Cotton Wreath
Buy on Etsy
The use of the cotton, plaid, and pumpkins in this wreath just screams classy fall. I love how they tied it all together. This is one you can buy but you could also make it yourself by buying a grapevine wreath, ribbon, leaves, flowers, and pumpkins that match the photo.
7. Plaid & White Pumpkins Wreath
Buy on Etsy
Another one you can buy or easily recreate using a grapevine wreath, white pumpkins, ribbon, and leaves. I like how they put the main decor on the bottom of the wreath, it’s a bit different than the average wreath and perfect DIY fall wreath to try out.
8. Simple Fall Wheat Wreath
Get the tutorial at The Art of Doing Stuff
This wheat wreath is simple, modern, and just enough decor without going overboard on your front door. Although the fox door knocker really completes the look.
9. Pine Cone Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Country Living
Put all those pine cones laying around your yard to use! This pine cone wreath uses pine cones, paint, and burlap ribbon to instantly make your front door worthy of fall.
10. Chalkboard Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Twelve on Main
Front door wreath ideas come in all shapes and forms. For instance, would you ever have thought to use a chalkboard? It’s genius! You can write any message you want on it and it’s simple enough to recreate for any season or holiday.
11. Fall Harvest Wheat Wreath
Get the tutorial at Gluesticks
Another wheat wreath with a lot for wheat. This one looks so soft and inviting on a front door! I love their use of ribbon to create a big bow to complete the wreath.
12. Fall Dried Fruit Wreath
Get the tutorial at Artsy Chicks Rule
You can reuse fruit that would have otherwise gotten thrown out by drying it out and including it in a fall wreath. Fruit for front door wreath ideas is a great way to not be wasteful and also have a great smelling wreath. Dried fruit still smells good, right?
13. Ombre Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Women’s Day
This DIY fall wreath is like a starburst on your front door! They used corn husks and I’ve got to say that I would have never thought to do that! It’s another fall wreath where you can put trash to use. Have a BBQ with corn and then save all the husks for this DIY.
14. Cotton Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Better Homes & Gardens
A beautiful DIY fall wreath using cotton, ribbon, and a grapevine wreath. This fall wreath idea would match any door color. If you wanted it to really match, opt for a color coordinating bow.
15. Wood Slice Hoop Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Lydi Out Loud
This fall wreath uses wood slices and is super unique. It’s beautiful without being too overwhelming.
16. Rustic Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Lovely Etc.
If you like to stick out, try making this rustic wood fall wreath. It’s different and you can use scrap wood to make it so that you don’t have to be wasteful.
17. Gather Around Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Tatertots & Jello
If you’re sick of seeing grapevine wreaths or hoop wreaths, make this one using metal! It’s more of a farmhouse wreath and you can decorate with lots of color. I’m loving that little blue pumpkin too!
18. Wood & Burlap Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Finding Home Farms
Front door wreath ideas are getting more and more unique, as you can see with this one! The use of wood slices for the main part of the wreath is genius!
19. Cornstalk Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Twelve on Main
Cornstalks are the perfect thing to reuse for fall wreaths. They are inexpensive and have multiple uses. This wreath uses them in a creative way to make a beautifully sculpted circle. It’s simple and gorgeous!
20. Boho Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Place of my Taste
More unique ideas for fall wreaths include the use of feathers. This one uses neutral colored feathers to create a minimal design. I love the spotted feathers, they add texture to create a great use of contrast.
21. Coffee Filter Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Recaptured Charm
Would you have ever thought to use coffee filters for a wreath? I didn’t but I want to now! You could even reuse old filters and your wreath will smell like coffee! I call that using sustainable practices.
This wreath looks so fluffy, I just want to touch it! It would make a front door feel much more inviting in the fall months.
22. Autumn Paper Leaf Wreath
Get the tutorial at Polkadot Chair
Now, how cute is this DIY fall wreath using paper leaves?! It’s whimsical and interesting to look at. You could easily recreate this wreath with only a few supplies.
You could even make it more unique by writing fall recipes or quotes on the leaves.
23. Autumn Berries Wreath
Get the tutorial at Garden Therapy
I’ve never met a berry I didn’t like. This berry wreath is berry cute. Too much berry? Never!
It looks a little time consumer at first glance but the end product is just so beautiful!
24. Indian Corn Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Stone Gable
The wreaths you can create with corn are endless! This is a stunning example of how you can turn something no so pretty into something you want to hang on your door for people to see all year long!
25. Fall Peony Wreath
Buy on Etsy
Peonies are many people’s favorite flower and for good reason! They have luscious petals and look beautiful any place they are put, especially on a front door!
26. Burlap Fall Wreath
Get the tutorial at Love of Family and Home
Burlap is a staple when it comes to fall decor. Use it to your advantage and create a wreath like this one! You could even decorate inside your home with burlap to keep the theme going.
27. Fall Leaves Wreath
Lastly, we have another one of my own for this list of ideas for fall wreaths! I just had to make a wreath using actual fall tones and this one turned out so good! I actually used a leaf garland and this wreath is probably one of the easiest wreaths you will ever make!
While mostly everyone loves decorating for the holidays, I’ve never really gotten a chance to fully go all out since we’ve really only lived in apartments. It’s hard to store holiday decor in a small apartment so you tend to just decorate with a couple items.
Now that we have a larger house, I’ve been wanting to go all out!
Help me figure out what kind of fall decor you want to see. Leave a comment with DIYs or decorating tips you are looking for so that I can create them for you (and for me)!
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