It’s time to start thinking about what to put on your front door this fall. Will you go traditional and full of autumnal color or use warm and wonderful burlap to make a full and loopy wreath? You could hang a fall wreath that looks like it was plucked out of a cornfield or a brightly colored wreath with a sassy monogram! I think I love decorating for fall because of all the different styles that encompass this beautiful season! Today I’m sharing four fall wreaths… all with a different vibe! Hopefully, one will be just right for you! All of these wreaths have detailed tutorials to help you make one for yourself!
I love to make wreaths! Of all the wreaths I have made and shared this Fall Burlap Wreath has been viewed the most. It is insanely easy to make and the decorations can be changed out for any season! If you want a quick and easy wreath that makes a big natural statement then this wreath just might be the one for you!
Are you a pumpkin lovin’ girl? Do you like the colors of fall? This wreath has a huge dose-of-fall- impact on a front door! So full of color and fall elements! This wreath will take you from now until Thanksgiving! The DIY has very detailed instructions and lots of tips and ideas!
If you like the wild and wonderful look of bleached corn in the fall, you will love this next wreath, especially if you have a dark front door! This FALL RAFFIA WREATH is big and fluffy and looks wonderfully windblown!!! It may look difficult to make… but it’s the easiest and least expensive of all the wreaths shown today!
FALL RAFFIA WREATH DIYI
The last wreath is my latest! I love love love black and white and green. I also added little orange sunflowers… perfect for fall! This is one sassy wreath… and my new favorite!!! This EARLY FALL GREEN APPLE INITIAL WREATH is one that can be used over and over. Just a few little changes and it would work for the whole year!!!
I have 3 more wreaths planned between now and the end of October! I’m thinking white pumpkins, burlap and corn!!! C’mone, let’s make a fall wreath!!!!
You may want to pin this to your fall or wreath Pinterest board. You can also see these on my AWESOME AUTUMN PINTERST BOARD and follow me!