A wreath is one of the simplest ways to transform your home. A well-designed seasonal wreath adds pizazz and personality to a front door, mantel, or window. We encourage you to change up your wreaths often to keep things looking fresh and timely.
Fall is a fun time for crafting thanks to all the seasonal textures and colors you can bring into the mix. Don't forget to make a special Halloween wreath. Learn how to make a fabulous fall wreath that will add a touch of welcoming warmth to your home.
Here are 10 fall wreath tutorials that should offer you just the right amount of inspiration to get started.
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The best fall wreaths include coveted seasonal elements like pumpkins, colorful fallen leaves, and burlap. Instead of orange pumpkins, paint your pumpkins white to add an elegant touch. Pumpkins are nestled in a garden of warmly-toned maple leaves, green botanical leaves, and moss.
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If you love crafting with fall leaves, this is the wreath to make. Not only is this fall leaf wreath large and impressively beautiful, but it can also take less than ten minutes to make. That's because the leaves can be placed on the form in any direction, which makes the wreath come alive with movement.
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Sleek and stylish wreaths of wheat and feathers bring unexpected style to a front door. This wreath uses wheat bundled in different lengths to make the look more rustic rather than perfect. The pheasant feathers add a whimsical touch, but you can use any type of feather to match your home and personality.
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This golden yellow wreath is another easy one to make in minutes. Just glue or stick the floral strands into the grapevine form to craft a circle. This color choice works well with a cooler-toned blue or purple door, which is the opposite of yellow on the color wheel.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Embroidery hoop wreaths are both vintage-inspired and ideal for any style home. Paint the hoop if you wish or use its natural wood tone. Add lightweight foliage, small florals or fruits, and a wisp of a ribbon to one side so you can show some of the hoop.
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Change the pace a bit and use soft pastels for an autumn wreath. Faux hydrangeas in shades of brown, orange, and burgundy are joined by pink and cream florals to lighten up the palette. Add a small sign of thanks in the middle of the wreath to welcome guests for Thanksgiving.
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Burlap calls to mind autumn trips to farmer's markets and farms to pick up corn, apples, and apple pie. Bring the feeling home by making an inexpensive and easy-to-make burlap bubble wreath. Add a few fall leaves to complete the seasonal transformation of your front door.
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Fall berry sprigs add depth and dimension to a fall wreath display. One side of the wreath is lush with faux florals in autumn colors and the other side is filled with a combination of berry sprigs and fuzzy orange sprigs intertwined on the grapevine wreath.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Choose felt squares in a scheme of about five colors that work well with your home. Cut out simple leaves from the felt that will become glued to the wreath base. Here, the mix of jewel-toned feathers pop on a natural rustic swirled twig wreath. Center the majority of your leaves at the center and then let a few wander off course in the same direction as the wreath base.
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Repurpose natural or unbleached coffee filters into a stunning fall wreath. The wreath base is straw so it's easier to pin the filters. The coffee filter flowers are made with a quick fold, cut a scalloped edge, then crinkle and pin. You'll fall in love with making coffee filter flowers that you will want to use white ones for spring and summer wreaths!