Guess what I did yesterday? I pulled out all of my fall decorations, I bought some beautiful mums to decorate with and put a few of our pumpkins out to accent the mums and other fall items.
So you know all of this decorating got me thinking. I need to make a new wreath at some point to add a little more color to my chicken coop.
Yes, I even decorated my chicken coop’s front porch. It has a pretty fall wreath on the coop door, a mum on the porch, and a scarecrow with a garden flag next to the porch.
But I’d still like to add a wreath to the gate which leads to the chicken yard.
However, you guys know I’m way too frugal to purchase a wreath when I can make one for half the price.
So I began searching the internet for cute fall DIY wreaths. I found some really gorgeous options and thought you guys might want to see them too.
Here is what I found:
DIY Fall Wreaths
1. Rustic Cinnamon Stick Wreath
This wreath is a gorgeous option that is simple yet still adds a touch of beauty to any door that it is hung on.
So if you are looking for a simple way to add a touch of fall, then you definitely will want to check out this idea.
2. A Burlap Pumpkin Wreath
This wreath is one that is absolutely adorable and pretty simultaneously. It definitely brings the season to life.
So if you need a detailed tutorial to build this gorgeous wreath, then you’ve found the right place. The tutorial walks you through each step with great detail.
3. DIY Fall Wreath with Monogrammed Pumpkin
This wreath is really gorgeous and is unique to each household. Not only does it contain the typical beauty of fall with different colored leaves, but it also contains a monogrammed pumpkin that really stands out.
It is a great wreath to decorate with this season.
4. DIY Fall Wreath
Do you need a simple fall wreath that is easy to make but also will still bring beauty to your home?
Well, I understand that perfectly. That is what really drew my eye to this gorgeous wreath. I’m a huge fan of the simple ribbon with a few small items.
5. DIY Apple Wreath
This apple wreath is probably one of my favorite ones out of them all. It is so simple yet eye-catching simultaneously.
But I love the fact that it not only looks simple, according to the tutorial, it is simple to recreate. Give it a try this fall and see what you think.
6. Easy Halloween Fabric Wreath
I like the fabric wreaths a lot because they not only look good but from my understanding, are much easier to make than other style wreaths.
So if you are looking for a simple wreath to celebrate Halloween with this year, then consider this one.
7. DIY Fall Rag Tie Wreath
I’m a huge fan of burlap. I actually have a wooden wreath on my door right now that is decorated with burlap and a hint of color.
So naturally, I was drawn to this wreath because it has all of those characteristics. If you like these attributes in your home décor, then you’ll want to check out this wreath.
8. The $5 Fall Wreath
Are you decorating for Fall on a tight budget? No worries. I’ve got a wreath for you as well because I feel like I decorate on a tight budget every year.
So if you’d like a pretty, monogrammed wreath for only $5, then you’ll want to check out this tutorial.
9. The Sunflower Wreath
Some people might consider this wreath more summer than fall for décor purposes, but I think it could work well for both.
Actually, I was presently surprised how many sunflowers were tucked into store-bought fall décor this year. So check out this tutorial and create a gorgeous wreath.
10. Orange Burlap Wreath
This burlap wreath hits all of the notes that most people like in a fall wreath. It has the chevron, orange, and floral design in it as well.
However, this wreath doesn’t come with a tutorial. But I am linking to the Etsy site where you can hopefully reach someone to recreate one for you if you don’t feel comfortable trying to recreate it yourself.
11. Wood and Burlap Natural Fall Wreath
This wreath is absolutely amazing. They bring all things rustic and natural together to make a beautiful wreath to decorate with.
So if you like the wood look, then you must check out this tutorial and see if it is something you’d like to recreate.
12. The Burlap Sack Wreath
This wreath doesn’t come with a tutorial, but it looks pretty simple to figure out. They took a plain burlap sack and stitched ‘Welcome’ on it.
Then they filled it with gorgeous fall flowers and hung it up on the front door as a beautiful eye-catching piece.
13. DIY Fall Burlap Wreath
Burlap can be used to create so many gorgeous projects. This wreath is one of those projects. It just takes a couple of different colors of burlap.
Then you follow the extremely detailed tutorial to help you create this beautiful piece of home décor.
14. Easy Corn Husk Wreath
This wreath is something different. It is simple yet it still looks classic and stylish. Yet, it doesn’t appear to be as simple as the tutorial says it is.
So if you are looking for something that looks like you put in a lot more work than you actually did, then you should check out this wreath.
15. Turkey Tulle Wreath
Are you looking for the perfect wreath to celebrate Thanksgiving with? If so, then you’ve got to check out this adorable wreath.
So it not only has bright and colorful tulle, but it is formed to look like a turkey. It doesn’t get a whole lot cuter than that.
16. DIY Fall Wreath
This wreath is another classic style wreath that doesn’t appear to be overly complicated. The wreath itself is wrapped in material.
Then it has an added floral arrangement and a bow as well. You can change it up however you’d like to make it work for your home décor.
17. The 5 Minute Fall Wreath
Have you ever wanted to make a DIY wreath to decorate your home for Fall, but you feel like you don’t have the time?
Well, this wreath ruins any excuse you had because it is gorgeous and only take 5 minutes to complete.
18. The Artsy Chick Wreath
This wreath seems a little more in-depth than other wreaths mentioned, but if you are an ‘artsy chick’ I say go for it because it is gorgeous.
So if you are looking for a Fall wreath that is unique, then you should definitely check this one out.
19. Monogrammed Fall Wreath
Okay, guys, I’m from the South. It is kind of an unwritten rule that everything is monogrammed, and it’s okay because it’s just normal around here.
So naturally, I’m drawn to all things monogrammed because it is my ‘norm.’ But this wreath is gorgeous, and no matter where you are from, if you love monogrammed things, then you should check out this wreath.
20. Polka Dot Fall Wreath
Polka dots are in right now, but it is unusual to see them utilized during the Fall or on a Fall wreath. Just because it isn’t what you usually see, don’t let that deter you.
I say this because this wreath is absolutely adorable. It is wrapped in polka dot fabric and includes really pretty foliage too.
21. Hydrangea Wreath for Fall
This is another unique wreath because it is based around hydrangeas. This is a little uncommon because they are usually lighter pastel, spring-like colors.
But this wreath shows that with a darker color change, these flowers can be just as beautifully ornamental in Fall as well.
22. Halloween Ribbon Wreath
Lots of people love to decorate for Halloween and some people prefer to just do a simple wreath and some pumpkins.
Whichever category you fall under, this wreath would be appropriate. It is a nice fabric wreath wrapped in festive fabrics.
23. The Easy DIY Fall Wreath
This wreath is really gorgeous and is probably one of my favorite designs for Fall. I love the simplicity of a grapevine wreath.
Then to add berry leaves is just a gorgeous accent. The author of this post said it took all of 15 minutes to make this gorgeous décor.
24. Halloween Ribbon Wreath
This wreath is really cute. It goes further than just a basic fabric wreath, or a wreath made with ribbons tied all around it.
No, this wreath has different fabrics, color schemes, and a cuteness factor that would definitely make your front door pop.
25. The Cupcake Liner Fall Wreath
This wreath is one that should be rather inexpensive, simple to make, and not very time-consuming. If you are looking for all of those qualities in a DIY project this Fall, then you need to check this one out.
So it is a basic wreath that has bunched up cupcake liners that are attached all the way around. It is very eye-catching.
26. The Mickey Mouse Fall Wreath
You might be thinking, “Oh Yay! I’m a huge Mickey fan!” Or you could be thinking, “Um, there are no children living here. Why would I put ‘the mouse’ on my front door?”
Whichever category you fall under, you should check out this wreath. It is simple, yet really gorgeous to look at. My sister loves Mickey, and I know she’d love it. I’m actually not a huge Disney fan, but I’d totally decorate my house with this wreath.
27. Faux Hydrangea Fall Wreath
This is another wreath based around hydrangeas. The color scheme is a little more natural for a hydrangea as they are pastel colors.
But this wreath is very chic, though it is simple in design. It even includes a little chalkboard in the center with the word ‘give thanks.’ I love it!
28. Rustic Fall Wreath
This Fall wreath has all you could want in a rustic design. It is a wreath that is first wrapped in yarn. Then it is added on to with burlap and other floral arrangements as well.
So if you like to decorate your home with a rustic tinge, then you should definitely check out this wreath.
29. DIY Indian Corn Wreath
This wreath made me laugh so hard because I thought of my mother. She recently had to battle a crowd at a festival just trying to land some Indian corn to decorate with.
So hopefully you can find some easier than she did. But once you find it, you should totally create this gorgeous wreath. The colors should definitely pop against your home this fall.
So you now have almost 30 different DIY designs to choose from when picking out the perfect fall wreath to decorate with this year.
But I’d like to know, how do you normally decorate your home for fall? Do you create a new wreath each year?
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