51 How To Make A Wreath for Autumn Tutorials [wow!]


Learn how to make wreaths with these pictured tutorials.  Make wreaths for any autumn and fall.  You’ll find a door wreath to make using almost anything like fabric wreaths, ribbon and burlap wreaths, DIY yarn wreaths, felt wreath tutorials, door and book page wreaths, and even candy wreaths!

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As always, the Tip Junkie  Halloween and Thanksgiving sites have hundreds of pictured tutorials with free patterns for autumn and fall.  You can always search there if you’re looking for more pictured tutorials. {wink}

How To Make a Wreath

How to Make a Fall Wreath

1.  Fall Ombre Rosette Wreath – Look at how pretty this fall wreath is with the graduated shades of rosettes!  The Fall pennant is the icing on the cake.

Wheat Fall Wreath

2.  Rustic Wheat Fall 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.

DIY Fall Wreath

3.  Ruffles & Yarn Fall Wreath ~ I adore the simplicity of this yarn wreath!  Three layers of felt were cinched together to form a ruffle which was wrapped around the wreath.

How to Make a Feather Wreath

4.  Festive Feather Wreath ~ Create a beautiful fall feather wreath!  You can make it as simple as 1-2-3.  All you need is a feather boa, straw wreath form and a hot glue gun.

Acorn Wreath

5.  DIY Acorn Wreath ~ Using nature’s elements are perfect for fall decorating.  Acorns worked beautifully for this wreath.  You could either leave the acorns au natural or spray paint them green.

DIY Leaf Wreath

6.  DIY Fall Leaf Wreath ~ A most excellent housewarming or even wedding gift.  I love the purple, giving a different spin to an otherwise very common wreath.  She used spray paint, so you could go with any color you want.

Burlap Wreath

Give Thanks Scrabble Wreath

7.  DIY Burlap Scrabble Wreath ~ I give thanks for the tutorial for this beautiful wreath.  I adore the combination of the burlap and jewel tones for fall.  And, the scrabble tiles…perfect!

DIY Popcorn Wreath

8.  Autumn Popcorn Wreath ~ This popcorn wreath is not only beautiful, but very clever.  The wreath form is a pool noodle, wrapped in burlap with popcorn kernels glued to it.

9.  Burlap & Lace 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 strips of burlap, a straw wreath form, fabric and lace.

Fabric Wreaths

DIY Candy Corn Wreath

10.  Candy Corn Fabric Wreath ~ This beautiful fabric candy corn wreath is no trick, it’s definitely a fantastic treat!  The base is a foam wreath covered with muslin.  Yellow, orange and white 4″ canvas fabric squares were folded in half twice and pinned to the base.  Finish it off with a beautiful ribbon bow.

Fabric Wreath

11.  How to Create a Velvet Autumn Wreath ~ Can you ever have too many wreaths? Here is a unique spin on how to create a gorgeous autumn wreath using scraps of velvet.

DIY Fabric Scrap Fall Wreath

12.  Make a Fall Wreath out of Fabric Scraps ~ Welcome autumn with this beautiful fabric scrap wreath!  A twine wreath was wrapped with burlap and printed scrap fabric strips.  If you are out of ribbon to hang your wreath you can paint the burlap.  A trip to the store isn’t necessary for this wreath. DIY Fall Frame Wreath

13.  Fall Frame Wreath ~ With an old frame and some scraps of fabric, you too can make this gorgeous fall wreath.

Olive Wreath

Fall Olive Wreath

14.  DIY Olive Branch Wreath ~ Make a fresh olive wreath with a few supplies.   A metal wreath form, floral wire, wire cutters and fresh olive branches cut to size.

DIY Olive Wreath

15.  How to Make a Fall Olive Wreath ~  Make this gorgeous wreath in under an hour.  Four varying shades of greenery were used to layer on the wreath.  Adorn it with faux fruit, acorns or berries.

How to Make Wreaths

16.  Yarn Wrapped Autumn Wreath ~ Yarn wrapped wreaths are so beautiful and yet so easy to make!  I love that four different yarns were wrapped around the styrofoam wreath form and embellished with old buttons and fabric rosettes.

Fall Leaf Wreath

17.  Glitter Wreath Tutorial ~ This project can be easily customized to any holiday.  You don’t have to purchase the expensive glitter paper to make these dazzling leaves.  You can add fine glitter to colored card stock to make your leaves.  Using hot glue, overlap the leaves on a foam wreath form.

DIY Yarn Wreaths

DIY Yarn Wreath

18.  DIY Fall Yarn Wreath ~ This is a quick and easy wreath! Perfect for celebrating the beginning of fall on your door or a great addition to your interior decor! All it takes is a wreath form, some yarn in a fall-ish color, some flowers and some kraft paper!

Fall Yarn Ball Wreath

19.  DIY Fall Yarn Ball Wreath ~  This wreath could easily carry over from the holidays and throughout the winter.  In fact, if you could get your hands on some ornaments, you could use pastel yarn and do a Spring version.  Or red white and blue…endless possibilities.

Yarn Wreath Tutorial {how to felt}

20.  Felt Flower Yarn Wreath {tutorial} ~ Here is a post with video tutorial explaining how to create a lovely yarn wreath for fall. It’s incredibly easy to do! Click on the link for the full tutorial.

Yarn Wrapped Wreath

21.  DIY Yarn Wreath ~ I adore the simplicity of this yarn wreath!  Felt leaves were added to the yarn wrapped wreath form which gives the appearance of wheat.  Very crafty!

Felt Wreath Tutorials

Felt Wool Wreath

22.  Ombre Wreath {tutorial}This tutorial couples the beautiful ombre pattern we all love with a felt wreath!  Different colors for different seasons, or just to match your decor-anything works! Add flowers, intials, and ribbons to make it your own.

Felt Wreath DIY

23.  Rosette & Felt Wreath ~ Adorn a wreath form with ribbon, lace and felt flowers.  The mixture of textures and neutrals is simply stunning!

Door Wreaths

Monogram Leaf Wreath

24.  Fall Leaf Initial Wreath ~ Decorate a plain or recycled initial letter with fall leaves.  The process is so simple you will be jumping for joy.

DIY Fall Monogram Wreath

25.  Fall Wreath {with monogram} ~ Embellish a grapevine wreath with felt rosette flowers and a twine wrapped monogram letter. Hang them together or keep them separate. Indian Corn Wreath

26.  DIY Indian Corn Wreath ~ Hot glue lovers will adore this simple project.  No prep work is needed.  Simply get a straw wreath form and hot glue indian corn to it.  That’s it.  Easy peasy!

Rag Wreath

DIY Rag Wreath

27.  Fall Rag Wreath ~ Pick up some fun patterns to turn into this great rag wreath.  You will have a beautiful, one of a kind, wreath to welcome fall y’all!

Book Page Wreath

Book Page Wreath

28.  My Dictionary Wreath – Dictionary and book page wreaths are one hot item!  They are so simple to make too.  You can use an old dictionary or old books.  Add a pretty satin ribbon for a touch of fall.  Thrift store here I come. Book Page Wreath

29.  DIY Book Page Wreath ~ Recycle your old books into a gorgeous wreath.  These pages were accordion folded and layered for a full effect.  Using an old book will give you the look of patina that only comes with age.

Coffee Filter Wreath Tutorials

DIY Fall Coffee Filter Wreath

30.  Fall Coffee Filter Wreath ~ I just love how easy this coffee filter wreath looks with it’s elegant ruffles by folding the coffee filters in half.  Adorn it with beautiful feathers, pinecones, pumpkins and flowers. Coffee Filter Wreath

31.  How To Make A Coffee Filter Wreath ~ The ultimate post about how to make a coffee filter wreath and coffee filter tree complete with links to other coffee filter projects. All you need is a few hours, a pile of coffee filters, a wreath form, a glue gun and burn proof finger tips. SO rewarding!

Moss Wreath

Moss Wreath

32.  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 Wreath

33.  Monogram WreathCreate a monogram wreath with this simple papercraft how to. Monogramed wreaths make a great personalized gift or decoration for your house or a shower! You can also waterproof the paper on your wreath with this simple Mod Podge tip.

DIY Moss Fall Wreath

34.  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!

Twig Wreaths

Fall Pumpkin Wreath

35.  Fall Monogram Wreath ~ Take an inexpensive grapevine wreath and embellish burlap rosette flowers made using torn scrap strips, miniature pumpkins and a glue gun.  Personalize it with a letter monogram.

Twig Wreath

36.  Free Printable Thanksgiving Wreath Sign ~ In need of a last minute Thanksgiving door wreath idea? Head on over for a super quick flower tutorial as well as a FREE door sign printable.  Both will help transform a plain wreath into the perfect Thanksgiving door decoration.

Sunshine Wreath

37.  DIY Twig and Rosette Wreath ~ The sunburst shape of this wreath is fantastic!  And, you won’t need any special supplies to make it.  Collect twigs from the yard, cardboard for the wreath form and fabric scraps for the rosettes.

Mesh Wreath

DIY Pumpkin Wreath

38.  Mesh Pumpkin Wreath ~ Create an adorable pumpkin with deco mesh.  It’s sure to make a statement!

DIY Mesh Fall Wreath

39.  Deco Mesh Fall Wreath ~ How to make a mesh wreath using embellishments and a monogram letter.

Pine Cone Wreath

Fall Pinecone Wreath

40.  Pine Cone Wreath ~ With a glue gun, some pine cones, and a wreath form, you too can make this gorgeous wreath!

Pinecone Wreath

41.  DIY Pinecone Wreath ~ Create this beautiful fall pinecone wreath with minimal supplies.  Hot glue layers of mini pinecones on a grapevine wreath and add mini pumpkins for a pop of color.

Thanksgiving Wreath

How to Make a Thanksgiving Countdown Calendar

42.  Thanksgiving Countdown Wreath ~ This fall wreath serves as a beautiful Thanksgiving decoration and a way to countdown to Thanksgiving by listing all of the things you are thankful for.  Add a new leaf each day of November with a gratitude written on it.  You will know how many days until Thanksgiving and will spend the month remembering what you are truly grateful for.

Burlap Wreath

43.  Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath ~ This cute yarn turkey sits upon a burlap wreath to decorate your guest for Thanksgiving dinner.  Abbey will show you how to create this beautiful Thanksgiving wreath to add to your holiday decorations.

How To Make A Candy Wreath

How to Make a Candy Wreath

44.  Edible Candy Wreath {How-To}This candy wreath is bright and colorful.  But the best part?  You can actually eat the goodies!  It even comes with a little pair of scissors tied to the bottom so you can snip of a piece of candy every time you need a little sweet.  Each piece is tied on separately so the whole things won’t unravel when you sneak a piece.  I love the idea of hanging this in a dorm room.  It would also be fun at the office as an alternative to the counter-top candy jar.

Halloween Candy Wreath

45.  Candy Corn Wreath ~ How to make a candy wreath out of candy corn, styrofoam circle, black ribbon, and a glue gun.

Halloween Wreath

Halloween Wreath

46.  Halloween Burlap Wreath {Printable Sign} ~ Looking for ways to adorn your door this Halloween?  Head on over to embellish for a super easy burlap covered wreath tutorial and a FREE “trick or treat” printable sign to pair it with.

47.  Embroidery Hoop Pumpkin Wreath ~ Different sizes and shapes of embroidery hoops were used to make this “rustic-meets-modern”  pumpkin wreath.  Simply wrap the hoops in twine and yarn to create the pumpkins.

How to Make a Halloween Wreath

48.  Skull Halloween Wreath ~ Step away from the traditional Halloween colors with this fun turquoise and green skull wreath.  Use traditional Halloween figures and some of your favorite trendy colors to create a wreath that will stand out a skull above the rest.

How to Make a Googly Eye Wreath

49.  Googly Eye Wreath {DIY} ~ This googly eye wreath is a fun DIY project.  Glue gun your googly eyes onto your wreath.  Pair them together so at night it looks like little creepies are looking at you from the wreath.

Halloween Wreath

50.  Halloween Chevron Wreath ~ I am in a chevron stripe lover’s dream!  Not only is there orange chevron strip fabric, but also black.  The bat bunting couldn’t be more perfect. DIY Halloween Fabric Wreath

51.  Halloween Fabric Wreath ~ I love the combination of this beautiful fabric wreath!  It has Halloween elements, but isn’t spooky.    It’s also a great way to use up some fabric scraps.

51 How To Make A Wreath for Autumn Tutorials [wow!]

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