Transform your home for fall instantly with these 30 Easy and Affordable DIY Fall Wreaths Anyone Can Make!
I love to place a wreath on my front door. That way, even if I don’t decorate the rest of my house, it still looks festive to visitors.
Store bought wreaths are often extremely expensive, easily reaching $50+, and few are nearly as beautiful as the DIY Fall Wreaths featured below.
Plus, with such helpful and detailed tutorials, these wreaths are super easy to make and perfect for all skill levels!
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Celebrate the best part of the season – the gorgeous foliage – with this amazingly colorful wreath.
Who knew such a simple design could be so stunning?!
This lovely wreath shows off just how beautiful Mother Nature can be!
Decorate a simple store bought twig wreath with these colorful and cute felt leaves.
This creative design features vibrant colors reminiscent of the popular candy and beautiful foliage of this season.
Here’s another creative way to enjoy the vibrant reds, oranges, and pinks of fall.
This wreath design features a clashing color scheme that deviates a just little from traditional fall colors for a more modern look.
If you have loads of fresh sage in your garden at the end of the growing season, don’t let it go to waste.
Make this easy wreath perfect for hanging in the kitchen or on the front door. Just don’t leave it outside when it gets below freezing.
Add paint and glitter to a simple wheat wreath for a fresh pop of color.
These vibrant fall colors pop against a dark wall or door to make a gorgeous design statement.
I love coastal colors and decorations. This easy DIY wreath with light coastal accents would look great anywhere – no ocean breeze required!
This rustic wreath made of wood rounds shows of the natural muted colors of fall.
Put those messy fallen leaves to good use with this DIY wreath made from real leaves!
Fall brings harvest time, a perfect time to decorate your home with plentiful, rustic, and naturally beautiful corn husks.
I love the natural elements in this rustic wreath filled with Brazil nuts and long, elaborate pheasant feathers.
Add a pop of bright orange color to a plain natural green wreath with this lovely autumn decoration.
Here’s another beautiful floral wreath featuring vibrant pink flowers for a unique contrast to the usual fall colors.
Growing up, I loved to play with the soft, fuzzy pussy willows! I still have a soft spot for them and love the natural design of this full, robust wreath!
Speaking of full and robust, here’s another wild and crazy design that mimics the muted colors and disheveled textures of late fall. This wreath is also very economical at just under $15.
This wreath would be perfect for book lovers!
Sure, this may seem wasteful, and it’s definitely time consuming, but if you have a book you don’t particularly like lying around, put it to good use with this creative idea!
Pinecone wreaths are a timeless and classic design that can be left up through Christmas!
I love that this wreath features our beloved Disney friend, but that he’s a little hidden in traditional fall materials.
This wreath design is like ordered chaos with dried wheat pointing in every direction.
The simplicity of the design makes this wreath all the more beautiful.
The different textures of this wreath add interesting elements to the design with ribbon, berries, grapevines, and a large monogram pumpkin.
This wreath is like several designs on this list all rolled into one with bright leaves, pinecones, and berries.
Here’s another full and fluffy natural wreath design for your shabby chic home.
This wreath is such a simple design, but the vibrant pop of fall colors makes it special.
Fall goes glam with shimmery pumpkins, fragrant cinnamon and orange slices, and vibrantly hued leaves and berries.
With these Quick and Easy Fall Wreaths, you can decorate your home for fall in just minutes!
More autumn décor inspiration: 40 Must-See Dollar Store DIY Fall Décor Ideas.
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