Last week I showed you some great fall decor for your front door and I wanted to do a follow-up with some tutorials for making fabulous diy fall wreaths for your front door.
This little green number can be found at Little Things Bring Smiles, where Katie made this beautiful wreath for under $5 using acorns collected from her front yard. If you’re not lucky to have acorns on hand, you could just get some online.
You can make this easy diy fall wreath with faux leaves or with the real thing if you’re lucky to have them in your area. I love how Aaron from The Thrifty Abode repurposed an old moss letter to make this.
Funky colors, not something you’d expect for fall but it’s so cheerful and bright that it works. What’s best is that it didn’t seem to cost much, the twig wreath base and fabric were leftovers from other projects. Check it out at The Magic of Ordinary Things. I love the cool monogram letter I think it makes all the difference adding that bit of extra style.
Here’s a great and versatile ruffle wreath made by JDC, you can easily make with some burlap and left over fabric. If you pin the flower to the burlap instead of hot glueing it, you can change it out to match the season.
This is another great example of using fabric scraps to create a super fun fall wreath by Chase The Star. The mini Autumn banner is the icing on the cake or wreath.
You’ll never guess how the framework for this cute & quirky fabric wreath was made. Check out the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.
I think this paper plate and cookie sprinkle diy fall wreath is so ingenious. Check out the tutorial at Blue Sky confections.
Here’s a really cute modern take on the traditional fall wreath. Find the tutorial at Tatertots and Jello.
If you read the tutorials for some of these you’ll find that they bought the letters at Hobby Lobby for super cheap!!! I’ve never been and don’t even know if there’s one in my area but I’m keeping my fingers crossed, because I definitely need to go!
Hope you enjoyed this collection of diy fall wreaths and make one of your own.
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