20+ Fall-Tastic DIY Wreaths
From fresh wreaths that fill your home with an autumnal aroma to faux wreaths that can displayed year after year, these DIY decorations are a classic way to welcome fall — both indoors and out.
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Rock a Rustic Look
Go Crazy for Color
Mix Fruit With Succulents
Pile on the (Faux) Pumpkins
Or, Swap the Wreath Form for a Basket
Make swapping out your Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations a snap by upgrading multiple wreaths for a single straw tote or basket you can fill to fit the season. Bonus: Add vinyl house numbers for a custom touch. Craft your own with our tips.
Try a New Take for an Old Rake
Forgo the wreath form for this fall decoration that uses a new or old garden rake as its base. Faux fall flowers and silk leaves ensure it's an arrangement you'll be able to display for many falls to come. Craft your own with our step-by-step instructions.
Turn Ribbon Into Roses
Make It Bountiful
Or, Make It Multipurpose
A square grapevine wreath form, chartreuse reindeer moss, wooden numbers and a plaque are all you need to craft this front door wreath that does double duty brightening up your entry while making it easy for holiday guests to find your address. See more ways to deck out your front porch for fall from our friends at HGTV Magazine.
Fall Moss Wreath
Make a designer-worthy wreath on a budget with our tips. Learn how to craft your own.
Give Your Wreath a Little Character
Add All the Colors of Fall
Top a twig wreath form with corn husks, preserved fall leaves, mini pumpkins and dried grasses to create this front door decoration that can stand up to the elements while giving your front door a colorful fall update.
Or, Opt for Minimal + Mod
An oversized grapevine wreath adds a rustic, natural touch to this industrial-style entryway. Hanging the wreath over a painted chalkboard emblazoned with the word, 'home' cozies up the otherwise masculine space.
Craft a Mini "Pumpkin" Wreath
Put Nature's Bounty to Work
Wreaths Aren't Just for the Outdoors
Craft a Holiday-Spanning Wreath
Make a Rectangular Rustic Wreath
Freshen Up Your Front Door
Try a New Twist on Tradition
Or, Try a Woodsy Take
Take a walk thru the woods to gather sheets of birch bark to craft this natural wreath that you can display through fall and into winter. Design by Joanne Palmisano