A great way to add a touch of the fall season to your home is with a fall wreath! And a wreath is something that even the most novice DIYer could do quite easily.
I’ve gathered 30 great D.I.Y. fall wreaths, ranging from really simple to some that are little more involved, that were created by some very talented and crafty bloggers. The good thing is that none of these are particularly difficult. So if you feel inspired, grab your hot glue gun, and get crafting!
Yarn and felt flower wreath from Home Stories A to Z.
Moss and pumpkin wreath from 320 Sycamore.
Yarn and felt flower wreath from Lauren’s Creative.
Burlap wreath from Craftaholics Anonymous.
Grapevine wreath with ombre fabric flowers from Every Creative Endeavor.
Grapevine wreath with burlap flowers, painted pumpkins, and monogram from Shanty 2 Chic.
Burlap ruffle wreath from Jones Design Company.
Yarn pom pom wreath from Nature’s Heirloom.
Paper plate and cookie sprinkles wreath from Blue Sky Confections.
Grapevine wreath with silk flower accents from Stone Gable.
Fabric-wrapped wreath with fabric flowers from The 36th Avenue.
Burlap wreath with monogram from Sweet Passions On A Thrifty Dime.
Simple fall foliage wreath from The Gathering Place Design.
Oat and burlap wreath from Keeping Up With The Times.
Rolled burlap and rosette wreath from Just Sew Sassy.
Ribbon wreath from LDS Craft Project.
Corn husk wreath from The Nested Home.
Painted acorn wreath from Little Things Bring Smiles.
Fabric rag wreath from Cul-De-Sac Chic.
Ornament wreath from Peg’s Sister Sal.
Dried hydrangea wreath from Julie Ree.
Fall foliage wreath from Crafty Sisters.
Raffia-wrapped wreath from The Hand Me Down House.
Burlap-wrapped wreath with fabric rosettes from Mmmboppin.
Linen wreath from Beautiful Nest.
Book page leaf wreath from Made It On Monday.
Grapevine and berry wreath from A Little Lovely.
Paper leaf wreath from Miss Fancy Pants.
Grapevine and pinecone wreath from Kuzak’s Closet.
Grapevine wreath with felt flowers from Mandipidy.
Addicted 2 Decorating is where I share my DIY and decorating journey as I remodel and decorate the 1948 fixer upper that my husband, Matt, and I bought in 2013. Matt has M.S. and is unable to do physical work, so I do the majority of the work on the house by myself. You can learn more about me here.
I hope you’ll join me on my DIY and decorating journey! If you want to follow my projects and progress, you can subscribe below and have each new post delivered to your email inbox. That way you’ll never miss a thing!