23 Fabulous Fall Wreath Ideas to Make


Learn how to make a wreath with these pictured tutorials.  Wreath making for Fall or Autumn or any season. You’’ll find front door decorations to make using almost anything like acorn wreaths, burlap ribbon wreath, Fall wreaths, moss wreaths, rag wreath, twig wreath and even yarn wreaths.

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How To Make a Wreath

DIY Cotton Wreath

1.  DIY Cotton Wreath ~ Using a twig wreath and cotton stems you can create a gorgeous wreath. Come learn how to create your own!

Fall Wheat Wreath

2.  Fall Wheat Wreath ~ I love the natural look of this wreath. It would be great to dress up a a barn door or even a backyard shed.

Rustic Acorn Fall Wreath {tutorial}

3.  Rustic Acorn Fall Wreath {tutorial} ~ Using nature’s elements are perfect for fall decorating. Acorns worked beautifully for this wreath. You could either leave the acorns au natural with glimmer spray or add a touch of color with spray paint.

Hexagon Wooden Fall Wreath

4.  Hexagon Wooden Fall Wreath ~ Welcome fall with this Hexagon Wooden Wreath in natural tones. The non-traditionalwreath shape is phenomenal and really stands out! All you need is 1×4 plywood, wheat and other adornments you desire.

Corn Husk Wreath

5.  Corn Husk Wreath ~ Once soaked corn husks can be pliable to shape and form a wreath perfect for Fall.

Twine Sunburst Wreath

6.  Twine Sunburst Wreath ~ Welcome autumn with this beautiful twine sunburst wreath! Scrap paper and tape was used to make the wreath form. Once you’ve tied the twine around the wreath form you can embellish it. If you already have twine at home a trip to the store isn’t necessary for this wreath. {{smiling}}

Fall Wreaths

Elegant Autumn Wreath

7.  Elegant Autumn Wreath ~ The combination of textures, patterns and color palette is perfection! It’’s sure to give your guests a warm welcome. Some supplies you will need to get started are cork ribbon, wheat sprigs, a straw wreath form, peacock feather and gourds.

Fall Chevron & Burlap Wreath

8.  Fall Chevron & Burlap Wreath ~ I’m loving this mustard yellow turquoise color combination.  Strips of fabric are wrapped around a styrofoam wreath form and storebought burlap flowers are hot glued on.  I can’t get any easier than that!

DIY Fall Wreath for Free

9.  DIY Fall Wreath for Free ~ Fall is such a fun time of year. I have loved decorating for fall this year. I decided to reuse some common household supplies to make this wreath. I think you will be surprised what it is made out of!

Rag Wreath

Neutral Rag-Tied Wreath

10.  Neutral Rag-Tied Wreath ~ Make a neutral wreath perfect for any season using drop cloth, wire wreath form and scissors. No gluing or pinning required. 

DIY Wreaths

How to Make a Dried Hydrangea Wreath

11.  How to Make a Dried Hydrangea Wreath ~ This fabulous tutorial for building a gorgeous floral wreath only requires a few simple steps. With fall coming it is the perfect season to give fresh fall decoration to the house. This floral wreath can spruce up anyone’s front door in preparation for fall! 

DIY Apple Wreath

12.  DIY Apple Wreath ~ This tutorial will show you how to create an apple wreath with faux apples and moss. Gorgeous!

DIY Oak Leaf Wreath

13.  DIY Oak Leaf Wreath ~ Welcome fall with this beautiful oak leaf wreath! And, what better way to decorate than with nature’s elements. It’s a great reason to take the kids on a nature walk to collect leaves to put on the wreath. {wink}

Burlap Ribbon Wreath

Wood and Burlap Natural Fall Wreath

14.  Wood and Burlap Natural Fall Wreath ~ Using nature’s elements is perfect for decorating!  Wood slices are used for the wreath and decorated with burlap and pine cones.

Burlap and Felt Leaf Wreath

15.  Burlap and Felt Leaf WreathMake a neutral wreath perfect for any season using burlap, wreath form and felt.

Front Door Decorations

Autumn Pumpkin Wreath

16.  Autumn Pumpkin Wreath ~ Create a beautiful Autumn Pumpkin Wreath!  You can make it as simple as 1-2-3.  All you need is a wreath form, ribbon, pumpkins, gold leaves and a hot glue gun.

Flannel & Denim Fall Wreath

17.  Flannel & Denim Fall Wreath ~ This Fall Wreath is not only beautiful, but very clever.  The wreath form is wrapped in flannel and and parts of an old pair of jeans.

Owl Fall Wreath

18.  Owl Fall Wreath ~ Welcome autumn with this beautiful Owl Fall Wreath!  A straw wreath form was painted with polka dots and chicken wire was added to the back.

30 Minute Fall Wreath

19.  30 Minute Fall Wreath ~ Build your own Autumn Fall Wreath using dollar store flowers, or strip a used wreath and redesign!

Moss Wreaths

DIY Pumpkin Wreath

20.  DIY Pumpkin Wreath ~ If you are looking for a festive Halloween wreath that you can leave up all year long, this William Sonoma inspired pumpkin wreath is perfect and this tutorial will show you how to make it for around $20 instead of the $100 it would cost to pick on up at the store.

Moss Fall Wreath

21.  Moss Fall Wreath ~ A step by step guide to making a lush moss wreath.  This wreath is so classic, it could be used year round!

DIY Yarn Wreaths

DIY Ruffles and Yarn Fall Wreath Tutorial

22.  DIY Ruffles and Yarn Fall Wreath Tutorial ~ The other great thing about this wreath- it’s super durable. Here is what you need: Yarn, Foam wreath form, 1/2 yard of felt, Scissors, needle and thread, and Hot glue.

Yarn Fall Wreath

23.  Yarn Fall Wreath ~ Adorn a pool noodle with yarn, wheat and silk flowers. The mixture of textures and neutrals is simply stunning!

23 Fabulous Fall Wreath Ideas to Make

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How To Make a Wreath
Difficulty Cost Time Age Person Event
$25 to $50
1-2 Hours

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  1. These really are FABULOUS!!! I love seeing wreaths that I have been swooning over all season like Kelly’s rag wreath. Thank you for including my corn husk wreath too- you made my day.

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