Of all the diy’s I do here at StoneGable, I think creating wreaths are my very favorite. Each new season calls for a brand newly designed wreath on my front door. So, I’ve made many fall wreaths over the years! Some years my wreath is steeped in traditional fall colors, the next the wreath shimmer and shine with bling! Some wreaths are more natural and some just fun! The wreath I make for my front door one year usually gets relegated to the back door the next year! And the next year, just like an old car, it usually gets deconstructed for “parts”.
Here is a collections of StoneGable fall wreaths and how to make them!
Let’s see the HISTORY OF STONEGABLE FALL WREATHS! Click on the name of the wreath to see the original post and directions to make it.
I was feeling the abundance of fall when I created the FALL PUMPKIN WREATH of 2010! This wreath made a big, big statement on my front door. It said,”Welcome Fall”! I made this wreath 1 year after I started blogging!
This WHITE RAFFIA WREATH was so much fun to make. It’s light color worked so well on my slate blue door. It was wild and unkempt and reminded me of dry cornstalks. And it was so so easy to make! You don’t need to be crafty to make this wreath!
I went in a little different direction with my FRONT DOOR BASKET. It was front door decor that was made from collected bits and pieces and old wreaths and other fall decor. A real recycling project!
I thought I must have been the only one in blogland that hadn’t made a burlap wreath. Apparently, I was not! My BURLAP WREATH is still one of my most pinned images! If you have not made one yet… JUST DO IT! I use this wreath for almost any season by removing one season’s decor and adding another.
I have not dismantled this wreath and use it often both inside and out!
This is probably one of the most popular wreaths I’ve ever posted. The EARLY FALL GREEN APPLE WREATH has lots sass and a great burlap bow!!! And this was another very easy wreath to make! I personalized it with a “P”!
Yes, I did two wreaths in the fall of 2014! The INDIAN CORN WREATH is my personal favorite! It is magnificent on a door. And so very easy to create! I have not taken this wreath apart and will probably put it back up on my front door in November! This is one even a beginner can do!
This years wreath was inspired by my love love love of bittersweet! Did you know that in most parts of the US bittersweet is illegal to plant! It can only be cultivated in areas that it grows wild. It has been labeled an invasive plant! But that’s okay, I used faux branches in my BITTERSWEET WREATH! Don’t forget to add a big bright bow if you make it!
Now you have had a little walk down StoneGable fall wreath memory lane! I hope at least one of these has inspired you to give a try!
If you have ever made a wreath inspired by StoneGable, take a picture and send it to me! I’ll post it along with your first name on this post!
Linda C. make this gorgeous Indian Corn Wreath. YOU GO GIRL!!! Thanks for sharing!
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