Not really in the season or ready for fall? Well, I completely understand if you’re not quite ready. I compiled 12 DIY Fall Wreaths that will hopefully give you a little fall boost.
If you’ve already pulled out your scarves and booties and have been stalking Starbucks for the Pumpkin Spice Latte, this post is for you, too 🙂
If you’re new to DIYing or scared to do projects because you think they won’t turn out as you see on Pinterest, a wreath is a perfect project for you!
Wreathes are actually really easy to make. And bonus! : there’s no right or wrong way to make a wreath.
You could give 20 people all the same supplies and every wreath would look different.
So, grab some faux flowers and a grapevine wreath and try one out!
Unique and Pretty DIY Fall Wreaths
If you’re scared to make your own wreath or not sure where to start, this is the perfect simple, yet still beautiful wreath for you. Plus, it’s mini. Who doesn’t love a mini wreath?
Who said you HAD to use a grapevine wreath? LOVE this wreath made out of copper pipe. So unique!
Love how this tutorial includes 3 different ways to make a pretty fall wreath. I’m such a fan of natural elements in wreaths and this wreath tops the list!
Wreaths with burlap touches
Love the berry garland on this wreath. Plus, the wheatgrass really gives it a fall feel.
I love the classic look of burlap and lace together. The addition of the little chalkboard sign looks so perfect!
This rustic wreath is probably the easiest of the bunch to make. But, it’s certainly not lacking for fall style!
Simple and easy DIY fall wreaths
So maybe you’re not into wheatgrass and burlap? No problem. This gorgeous wreath is so simple and elegant. Plus, it could easily transition into winter.
Sometimes it’s nice to just have one faux greenery in your wreath. Like this wreath using just orange berry stems. Beautiful!
You will never guess what she used to make this wreath. And it’s neutral color really looks so pretty in a fall vignette.
DIY fall wreaths with signs in the middle
The burlap and berry of the wreath really scream fall. But, my favorite part? The “Happy Fall” banner. So cute!
Looking for something totally outside of the box? Go outside and gather some twigs and check out this amazing tutorial for a truly rustic fall wreath.
Last but not least, a beautiful DIY eucalyptus & Feather early fall wreath. So creative!
Well, what did you think? Which is your favorite?
Do you have some motivation to make a fall wreath? I hope so! Or, if you’re not quite ready for fall, come back in a few weeks with your Pumpkin Spice Latte for some wreath tutorials!
Wishing you a joyful day!