I decided that since Fall is just around the corner, I would give you some inspiration on fall wreaths.
Whether you want to buy them or DIY them, I choose a few of my favorites.
Most of these can be found online to buy. None of these are sponsored, they are just wreaths I would personally buy or make and love!
Without further ado, here we go!
Found at Wayfair.
- Location: Indoor Use; Covered Outdoor Use
- Twig & Maple
- Comes in two sizes
- Very simplistic in style
Grateful Tobacco Basket Wreath found at Kirkland’s
- Wreath measures 19L x 22H in.
- Pumpkins, leaves, and berries
- Features a tobacco basket base
- Accented with a plaque that reads “grateful” in the center
- Recommended for indoor or covered outdoor use
Sunflower Wreath found at Michael’s
- Yellow, green, and cream
- 5″ x 22″ x 22″
- Recommended for indoor use
Harvest Maple and Eucalyptus Wreath found at Home Depot
- 30 in. Dia
- Autumn-themed decoration
- Maple leaves and eucalyptus
- Indoor or covered outdoor display
Way to Celebrate Harvest Wreath found at Walmart
Fall Sunflower Wreath found at Etsy
Materials: Burlap, fabric, wood
Coneflower & Mum Teardrop found at Joann’s
- Sunflowers, coneflowers, and coreopsis flowers
- Teardrop Shape
- Dimensions: 28 x 14 inches
Autumn Harvest Wreath found at Wayfair
- Fall colored leaves
- Accented with pumpkins, pine cones, and berries
- Natural twig base for hanging
- Location: Indoor Use
Fall Wreath found at Etsy
- Orange-yellow hydrangeas, burnt orange wildflowers, fall berry sprigs, assorted greenery, fall maple leaves, and a pumpkin.
- Measures approx 36″ high x 28″ wide
- Resembles freshly arranged blooms.
- Maintenance-free and long-lasting.
- For indoor or sheltered outdoor use.
- Measures 22″
Mini Autumn Wreath found at Etsy
- Mini wreath
- Measures 10-11″
Sunflower Wreath found at Amazon
- High-grade silk and natural vines
- Measures 14″
Hydrangea Wreath found at Wayfair
- Handmade silk
- The wreath can be used indoors or outdoors
- Measures 22″
Pumpkin Patch Princess found at Darby Creek Trading
- Lifelike Floral & Botanical
- Indoor or Outdoor Use
- Measures 22″
If you are like me, you like to make your wreath. Not only can you say you made it but most likely it is cheaper, lol. I’m all about DIY and economical!
I have also included DIY Fall Wreaths to make this year.
DIY Candy Wreath
Make the wreath: Gather an assortment of old-fashioned candies in autumnal shades such as yellow, orange, and magenta. Wrap a 14-inch foam wreath form in white ribbon. Attach candy with hot glue, layering and overlapping as you go. Finish with a yellow burlap bow.
Pinecone Door Hanger
To make this elegant cluster, we selected 8 four- to six-inch pinecones and 8 two-foot-long pieces of silk ribbon. Use a hot glue gun to adhere the last two inches of each ribbon to the base of a cone. After the glue dries, collect all the ribbon ends and stagger them so that the cones fall at varying lengths. Tie the ribbon ends together in a knot, trim the tips so they are uniform, and slip the knot over a finishing nail.
Vintage Tray Door Display
Apply a layer of chalkboard paint to the inside of an old tray, then add autumn branches and bittersweet berries for a seasonal finish. (Swap in evergreen and holly for the holidays!)
This wreath can be adapted for a variety of leaves and blooms. Use dried white oak leaves, dried or faux hydrangea, and small branches.
You can see the above DIY Wreaths here.
Cookie Leaf Fall Wreath
How fun is this? And simple! Find the directions at Country Living.
Fabric Scrap Fall Wreath
Pick out fall-colored scrap fabric in 7-10 patterns, then cut into ten 14″ x 1½” strips per pattern.
1. Loop a fabric strip around a 12″ floral or craft ring, right side out, and tie in a double knot at the front.
2. Continue around the entire ring, alternating fabric patterns and staggering placement of knots. Every few inches, scrunch the strips together so the ring doesn’t show. Trim any loose threads.
3. Loop 6″ of floral wire through the fabric on the back of the wreath to create a hanger.
The more patterns you use, the tighter you should keep your color palette, so your wreath doesn’t feel like a jumble.
Pine Cone Wreath
Make the wreath: Wrap a 16-inch wreath form with burlap ribbon and loop a piece around the wreath form for hanging. Paint the tip of 40 pine cones in fall colors such as orange, yellow, and beige with acrylic paint. Brush the tips of 10 pine cones with matte Mod Podge and sprinkle with gold and copper glitter. once dry, wrap an 18-inch length of floral wire around the base of each pine cone and twist tie around the wreath form to secure, layering and overlapping them as you go.
Corn Husk Wreath
Make the wreath: Detach husks from one side of 20 medium-size Indian corn. Hot-glue the undersides of the corn to their husks. Lay out the corn in a circle with the tops pointing out, alternating colors. Hot-glue the corn to an 18-inch craft ring, and fill in any sparse areas with extra husks.
And a final DIY.
Book Leaves Wreath
Make the wreath: Draw a 3-inch-wide maple leaf shape on a piece of cardboard and cut it out to create a stencil. Trace on original pages (or, preferred, photocopied pages) of a vintage book—consider a fall-themed title or mystery novel—and cut out approximately 100 leaves with decorative scissors that have a “torn paper” edge. Attach book page leaves to maple leaves with hot glue. Attach layered leaves to a 16-inch wreath form with hot glue, layering and overlapping them as you go. Hang with burlap ribbon.
I hope you enjoyed some of my faves that I found around the web and it gives you inspiration for the new season.
Do you have a fave? Let me know if you make one of these wreaths.
Enjoy your weekend and happy DIYing!
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