We’ve rounded up 15 fall wreath ideas you can DIY to decorate your home this fall. Happy fall, y’all!
Personalize this darling wreath from Sophistishe by adding a wood or metal letter.
Ribbon in a fall leaf motif makes this $5 DIY fall wreath idea from Horseshoes And Hand Grenades extra festive.
If minimalism is more your style, this wrapped fall wreath idea from Family Food and Travel is for you.
The bird on this fall wreath from More With Less Today gives it Halloween flair while still maintaining a neutral fall vibe.
This easy DIY fall wreath from Midget Momma will take you all the way through the season, no change of wreath required.
The rustic, farmhouse style of this fall wreath from 7 on a shoestring is one of our favorites.
The simplest of fall wreath ideas from A Grande Life.
A grapevine wreath serves as a lovely base to display fall foliage on this DIY fall wreath idea from Frugal Mom Eh.
The classic combination of black and orange make this wreath from A Worthey Read perfect for Halloween.
Pinecone decor is everywhere at Christmas time, but this wreath from Mama Of 3 Munchkins proves you don’t have to wait until winter to put them on display.
Satisfy your sweet tooth and craft bug at the same time with this DIY Smarties Halloween wreath from Simmworks Family Blog.
Ribbon, felt, and yarn give this Halloween wreath from Gemini Red Creations terrific texture. Not looking for a Halloween wreath? Leave off the bats and spider for a great fall wreath idea!
13. Halloween Yarn Wreath
Green and purple yarn combined with glittery decals make this Halloween wreath from Jefferson Parish Parent (blog retired, link unavailable) stand out from the sea of black and orange.
Both spooky and elegant, this Halloween wreath from Real and Quirky costs less than $10 to make.
Learn how to use Poly Deco Mesh to in this charming fall wreath idea from The Nerd’s Wife.
So, which one will you try?
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