11 Best DIY Fall Wreath Ideas to Spruce Up Your Front Door

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Spiff up your front door for the fall season with these easy and stylish DIY fall wreath ideas!

We have to admit that we’re biased when it comes to the fall season and fall decor. Sure, it’s fun to hang out under clear blue skies, but nothing beats those first fall days when the air is crisp, sweater-weather, a warm cup of PSL, and falling orange leaves everywhere. It’s the perfect season to walk outdoors and, of course, to decorate your home for the upcoming holidays!

Whether you’re a Halloween fan, preparing to create an unforgettable Thanksgiving, or you simply love fall, these DIY fall wreath ideas are perfect for you! Trust us, it’s easier to make than you think. Plus, you can make it with your kids or friends while chilling indoors beside the fireplace. Sounds dreamy, right? If you’re ready to welcome the fall season, grab a pumpkin, some floral wire, and a glue gun because it’s time to DIY!

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Candy Wreath

Yes, a DIY candy wreath to welcome your family and guests this fall! Aside from it sounds heavenly, it’s also an enjoyable activity to do with your kids. Just try not to eat every candy piece to decorate your candy wreath.

Instructions: Collect different old-fashioned candies in fall shades like magenta, orange, and yellow. Wrap a 14-inch foam wreath in white ribbon and attach each candy using a glue gun. Finish it off with a big magenta, yellow, or orange bow.

Chalkboard Fall Wreath

One of the easiest DIY fall wreath ideas is this simple yet chic chalkboard fall wreath. Plus, you could change the phrase every day! Simply attach fall flowers around your chalkboard and write your welcome message or favorite fall quote!

Get the complete tutorial at Twelve on Main.

DIY Picture Frame Wreath

Got an unused frame lying around your home? Liven up your front door without spending your bucks with this pretty DIY picture frame wreath.

Instructions: Wrap your frame with either a ribbon or paint it with fall color. Attach the flowers with hot glue. Add little decor like a small message and ribbon to hang your picture frame wreath.

Eucalyptus Wreath with Letter Board

Similar to the chalkboard wreath, you could also change and personalize this giant eucalyptus wreath.

Get the complete tutorial at We Lived Happily Ever After.

Flowers & Fruits Wreath

One of our favorite DIY fall wreaths is this lush and attention-grabber flowers and fruits wreath. Attach dried fruits and faux flowers on a grapevine wreath with hot glue.

DIY Fall Wreath

Harvest Wheat Wreath

If you want to keep it simple yet chic, this harvest wheat wreath is perfect for you! Add a burlap ribbon to complete the look.

Get the complete tutorial at Glue Sticks Blog.

Leaves Fall Wreath

Feeling a bit more creative, try this beautiful fall leaf wreath with either faux fall leaves or preserved oak leaves.

Get the complete tutorial at Design Improvised.

Mini Pumpkin Wreath

Fall wouldn’t be fall without pumpkins. Welcome your family and guests with a faux mini pumpkin wreath. Isn’t it dainty?

Get the complete tutorial at On Sutton Place.

Owl Wreath

Another DIY fall wreath you and your kids would enjoy doing is this owl wreath. We think it’s a hoot idea!

Get the complete tutorial at Country Living.

Pecan Wreath

Sure, this pecan wreath is simple, but it’ll surely grab your attention.

Instructions: Cover a foam wreath with in-shell pecans using hot glue. Pretty easy, right?

Pinecone Door Hanger

If you’re over with the usual pinecone wreath, then you have to try this simple yet stylish pinecone door hanger. Attach each pinecone on a ribbon using a hot glue gun. Once the glue dries, collect all the ribbon ends and tie them together in a knot. Trim the tips for a clean look and attach the door hanger with a nail.

What’s your favorite DIY fall wreath idea? Learn more interior design tips and ideas on Omysa’s Design blog. Happy DIY time!

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