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30 Beautiful and Creative DIY Fall Wreaths You Can Make This Season

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When we decorate our porches for the Fall season, our doors always comes to mind.  

What will you do with your door this year?  

If you’re stuck on ideas, you should see all the gorgeousness we have found that you can MAKE!  

There are DIY Fall Wreath Ideas to check out- you’re sure to find the one you love.  

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You can switch the colors around and add more or take away material.  

I know a fabulous wreath would leave your guests wondering where you bought it at!

I love the use of book pages or newspaper rolled up into rosettes!  Finish it off with a sheer ribbon hanger of your color choice!

By stephanie lynn DIY Rolled Book Pages WreathBy Stephanie Lynn }

This is stunning, the corn with the husks still on as a wreath.
DIY Indian Corn Wreath Stonegable BlogStoneGable }

It is so easy to ruffle up a circle of burlap and add a monogram and bow!DIY Ruffle Burlap Wreath Classy ClutterClassy Clutter }

Pine cones scream Fall because that is when they drop to the ground.  I love the rustic look of this.Enjoy All Life has to Offer DIY Pinecone Fall Wreath { Enjoy All Life Has to Offer! }

The simpleness of this wreath is breathtaking.  The wood discs are beautiful.Finding Home Farms Wood and Burlap Fall WreathFinding Home }

Fresh sage can be used for decorating too.  It adds that light pop of color and a fresh smell.Handmade in the Heartland DIY Fresh Sage WreathHandmade in the Heartland }

A wicker wreath is simple to dress up- you can go any way you want, with a monogram, burlap bows, flowers, and berries.
Craftaholics Anonymous DIY Monogram Fall WreathCraftaholics Anonymous }

Cover a wreath with corn kernels for a unique look and some glittered leaves and berries for the pop of color.Cherished Bliss DIY Popcorn Kernal Fall WreathCherished Bliss }

If you’re loving the candy corn colors- this wreath is for you.  The ruffles are amazing!The House of Smiths DIY Candy Corn WreathThe House of Smiths }

Talk about a different kind of wreath- a wood photo frame.  I love that little chalkboard art tucked in there.Style Your Senses DIY Fall Wreath with a Wooden FrameStyle Your Senses }

Tulle, burlap, and ribbon work together great to make a one of a kind wreath.A Pop of Pretty Halloween Ribbon WreathPop of Pretty }

Gather up some sticks and make rosettes out of scrap fabrics.  The yellow flowers bring sunshine to your guests.
Yellow Mums DIY Sunshine Fall Wreath{ Yellow Mums }

Wrap a wreath frame in chevron burlap and layer it on a wicker wreath for a great eye-catching effect.Uncommon Designs Online Fabric and Felt DIY Fall WreathUncommon Designs }

Not all wreaths have to be round.  You can cover your monogram in jute or rope for a natural look.two twenty one DIY Jute Wrapped Monogram WreathTwo Twenty One }

Acorns are easy to find this time of the year.  Even though this is simple, it sure makes a great look on the door with a burlap bow.Tried and True DIY Acorn Wreath{ Tried and True }

I love the look of autumn berries wrapped on a wreath.To Simply Inspire DIY Easy Fall WreathTo Simply Inspire }

Choose your favorite color fabrics and make a fabric wreath!  It is so fun and easy to do.This Silly Girl's Kitchen Fabric Scrap Fall WreathThis Silly Girl’s Kitchen }

This is such a fresh look.  You can use faux apples to make the wreath usable year after year.The Wood Grain Cottage DIY Apple Fall Wreath{ The Wood Grain Cottage }

My favorite thing about this wreath is the paper pumpkin made from book pages!  Such a fun look.Lolly Jane DIY Framed Pumpkin WreathLolly Jane }

Some of my favorite colors adorn this burlap and lace wreath.  Use your favorite colors or change it out for each season.My Blessed Life DIY Burlap and Lace Fall WreathMy Blessed Life }

Adding some mini pumpkins to a wicker wreath and a chevron bow is a great look.On Sutton Place DIY Chevron Bow Fall WreathOn Sutton Place }

More berries, need I say more?  I just love this look!Practically Functional DIY Fall Monogram WreathPractically Functional }

Make some gorgeous ruffled bows to put on a wicker wreath and add some pine cones.  You can find these little chalkboard clips at craft stores.
Rustic DIY Fall WreathCrafts Unleashed }

Go for a fresh green look with greenery and apples.  I love the brightness here.Stonegable DIY Early Fall Apple WreathStoneGable }

Adding some dried fruits and metallic pumpkins and leaves is always a great way to dress up a wicker wreath.DIY Fall Wreath Artsy Chicks Rule { Artsy Chicks Rule }

I hardly ever see these kinds of wreaths anywhere! Use corn tassels for a fun look.DIY Corn Husk Wreath All Things ThriftyAll Things Thrifty }

I absolutely love all the mini pumpkins.DIY Circle Pumpkin Wreath On Sutton PlaceOn Sutton Place }

Use a lot of burlap to create a fun look.  Add some pumpkins, leaves, and berries for more of a fall look.Dallas Moms Blog DIY Burlap Fall Wreath{ Dallas Moms Blog }

Go for a very neutral wreath by taking pieces of burlap or linen and tying them on a wire wreath.

Lovely and super simple Neutral Fall Wreath. You have to see what was used to make this -- it's not your typical fabric. More info at livelaughrowe.com

{ Live Laugh Rowe }

Yarn wrapped wreaths are beautiful, especially when you pair them with felt flowers!  The different shades of brown go so well with the pumpkin spice colored wreath.DIY Pumpkin Spice Yarn Wrapped Wreath{ Quiver Full of Blessings }

I really do hope you found something that you love and will make for your door this Fall!  If you’re needing some ideas for decorating your front porch, you should check out these Fall Front Porch Ideas!


  1. I have a solid wood craftsman front door which was stained with a custom stain. I know it would look absolutely beautiful with a multitude of wreaths yet I am very reluctant to hang anything on it for fear of scratching the finish. I have been using a wreath stand but that is just not the same. Does anyone have a way of hanging a wreath on a door which would keep it from moving? Looking forward to hearing your ideas! Thank you.

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