Posted by Abby Branham
I’m really excited to start decorating for Fall, but I would describe myself as a minimalist holiday decorator. It’s not that I don’t like things or trinkets. I just like them to have a clean, simple look, and for it to be easily cleaned up after the holiday.
One thing I do always decorate is my front door. What would a season or holiday be without a welcoming wreath on your front door, am I right? Sadly, our front door has been barren since Spring. I have been reusing the same wreaths over and over for quite a few years now, and they are weather worn and faded. I have been looking for the perfect new wreath, but wreathes can be expensive and, well, I tend to be a little type A. Pinterest to the rescue. I found 10 DIY FALL wreathes that I really love! I haven’t made one yet, but I’m energized, inspired, and these wreathes all fit my style and budget! I’m eager for the weekend ahead because I’ll be trying one of these DIY Fall Wreath tutorials. More to come on my success. In the meantime, I hope these wreathes inspire you too!
Fresh Sage Wreath
This Fresh Sage Wreath by Handmade in the Heartland is clean and simple! I love sage, and I have to imagine that this smells divine!
Wheat sheave WREATH
This Wheat Sheave Wreath by Julie Blanner is, again, clean, simple and classic. Julie’s tutorial looks fairly easy and not terribly time consuming. Effortless beauty, love it.
Simple diy boxwood wreath
I am in love with Boxwood, and I love the simplicity of this Simple DIY Boxwood Wreath by My Fabuless Life. You could get a lot of seasonal mileage out of it, and you can change it up very simply with a different colored ribbon. You could also create varying sizes (2 or 3) of this wreath, and tie them together vertically to hang on your front door or in your home.
diy boxwood square wreath
Did I mention that I LOVE Boxwood? For whatever reason my preference for a fuller Boxwood Wreath is a square one. I have seen a few tutorials for Square Boxwood Wreathes, but I love this DIY Boxwood Square Wreath by The remodeled Life because she uses a cardboard frame, making it even more affordable.
fall decor cabinet door repurpose
Another of my favorites is chalkboard anything right now. It’s trendy and versatile. This Fall Decor Cabinet Door Repurpose by Lilacs and Longhorns is a great DIY project that could be used on your front door or anywhere throughout your home. I love that you can easily change the message to match the season.
Felt leaf Wreath
Another of my favorites – felt! I thought this Felt Leaf Wreath for Fall by Lia Griffith was pretty, simple, and I loved the bright fall colors.
Dollar Store Fall Wreath
A Dollar Store Fall Wreath by Thrifty Decor Chick is affordable and easy. The square shape is interesting, and the bright fall colors are well chosen.
Fashion forward fall felt flower wreath
The Fashion Forward Fall Felt Flower Wreath by Nest of Posies is non-traditional and I love it! It is still very clean and simple, but crafty and fun. I can see myself using this more to decorate the inside of my house.
easy diy fall wreath
The traditional, muted fall colors in this Easy DIY Fall Wreath by A Night Owl can’t be beat. Whimsical and simple.
diy fall grAPEVINE WREATH
The DIY Fall Grapevine Wreath by Ann Drake from Life…On Sutton Place is a bolder wreath, that echoes fall and harvest to me. I think it is really beautiful.
Wondering which DIY wreath I’ll make for my front door? Stay tuned. For now, I hope these ideas have your creative juices flowing as you think about your own Fall decorations. I know they have inspired me!
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