There are tons of fall decorating ideas and DIY projects to take on now that summer is over and your weekends are slowing down. Add festive flair to your apartment this season by making a fall wreath for your front door. Before you panic thinking about how you’re going to hang a wreath on your apartment door, it’s as simple as getting an over-the-door wreath hanger. Now that we have that out of the way, here are some simple DIY fall wreaths that you can make this weekend. Making a wreath might seem trivial when you can just buy one, but with wreaths being sold for about $60 on Etsy, you can save your money for other fall activities like Oktoberfest. This DIY project is simple, inexpensive and sure to get you into the autumn mood. Here are some fall wreath ideas to get you inspired:
A Cheap and Quick Fall Wreath
For a simple, elegant fall wreath, start with a pre-made twig wreath as your base. Add natural fall elements and fibers, such as pine cones, acorns, burlap and gourds.
DIY project and instructions by the Happy Housie
DIY project and instructions by 2 Bees in a Pod
A Husky Harvest
Nothing says autumn quite like a harvest-themed fall wreath. Glue corn husks, acorns, pine cones or whatever else you can find onto a pre-made Styrofoam wreath base to create a traditional circular wreath; or gather a few ears of dried corn in some burlap for a rustic door decoration.
DIY project and instructions by Tried and True blog.
A Leaf Fall Wreath
(Say that 3 times fast.) Is your favorite part of fall is the brilliant colors of the leaves? Create a fall wreath with leaves! It can be seasonal or annual, depending on the leaves you use. For a one-time decoration, gather leaves in all colors from outside. If you want to use this again next year, find silk faux leaves at the craft store.
DIY project and instructions by Today’s Creative Life
DIY Project and Instructions by Southern Living
Fall Rake Wreath
For an eclectic take on fall decor, build a rake wreath. Rather than having a pre-made wreath base, you will wrap various materials around the head of an old rake. Find one at a thrift store and remove the top from the handle. This unconventional decoration is sure to evoke images of raking leaves outdoors.
DIY Project and Instructions by Dream A Little Bigger
“Green” Fall Wreath
Recycle all your old t-shirts into a holiday wreath. C’mon. All those shirts you say you’re going to “wear to the gym”, have been collecting dust in your drawers since college. Unclutter your drawers use the spare fabric for this simple DIY project. You can complete it while binge watching your favorite show.
DIY Project and Instructions by Confessions of a Plate Addict
You can find plenty of inspiration on our Pinterest boards. If you’ve made a fall wreath you want to have featured or a DIY project you would like to share, email photos to email@example.com.
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