14 Fall Wreaths You Haven’t Already Seen
Express yourself this fall with a unique take on door decor. You’re not boring, so skip the clusters of orange, gold and red leaves and create something fun and interesting. Whether you prefer cute, classic or creepy, we’ve got a fall wreath for you!
This fall wreath features acorns, small cut branches, pine cones, chestnuts and a few flowery pops of color. And if you don’t want to pound a nail into your door or siding, here’s a clever way to hang it on your door without damaging it.
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Spooky Spider Wreath
Arachnophobes (those who fear spiders) may be repulsed by this Halloween-inspired fall wreath. But to make it yourself, buy a simple grapevine wreath at a craft store and wrap it in faux cobwebs and plastic spiders.
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Candy Corn Wreath
This fall wreath uses the classic Halloween candy in a brand new way. So simply hot-glue the candy on a wreath form in this orderly brick pattern or, if you prefer, in a quirky random pattern.
Blackboard Fall Wreath
Hang a small blackboard from a craft store with a welcoming message on your front door and decorate the boarder with fall-colored leaves.
This fall-inspired DIY owl wreath can be made with just a few supplies, including burlap, Styrofoam, a sisal doormat and some raffia. If you want to go all out and paint your door orange (or any other color, here’s how.
Burlap Pumpkin Wreath
Try bunching some orange dyed burlap to create this pumpkin-inspired take on the traditional wreath. You can also try weaving in some battery-powered string lights to dress it up.
This simple clothespin fall wreath with crocheted leaves, would be a fun project to do with a child.
Fabric Fall Wreath
Are you a quilter? If so, you have plenty of fall-colored fabric scraps you could use to make this fall wreath. And if you don’t have a fabric stash, just pick out a few fabrics you like and buy a quarter of a yard of each. (Be sure to check the remnant table first for bargains.) Then use a metal, Styrofoam or even pool noodle wreath frame and tie pieces of fabric in knots around the wreath.
Take those decorative gourds you find at the grocery store or farmers markets and attach them to a simple grapevine fall wreath. And add pine cones, leaves and berries for filler.
Complete the look with a beautiful pot of flowers next to the door.
Halloween Eyeball Wreath
This eerie eyeball fall wreath is sure to spook your guests this Halloween. Attach the plastic eyeballs and black background leaves to a Styrofoam wreath frame. And if you can find glow-in-the-dark eyeballs, this wreath is even creepier.
This wreath celebrates the fall harvest by using apples in a traditional pine cone wreath. With the addition of some holly leaves, sparkly snowflakes and/or red and green ribbon, this wreath easily transitions into the Christmas season.
Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath
This turkey fall wreath is sure to get smiles from your Thanksgiving guests. While you work with the ribbons and burlap, have your kids create the turkey.