Fresh flower wreaths might be beautiful, but sometimes they just aren't practical. Add a touch of fall to your home with this easy-to-make faux flower design.
Get the tutorial at 2 Bees in a Pod.
Come fall, leaves and pumpkins are everywhere — but sometimes acorns get overlooked. Use small decoration acorns to instantly spruce up a bare grapevine wreath.
Get the tutorial at Crafts Unleashed.
Add a modern twist to your fall decorations with this glam wreath. Start with a gold ring and add your favorite faux flowers.
Get the tutorial at Making Joy and Pretty Things.
There's no right or wrong palette for your fall door decor. Mix up your design this year with some bright DIY paper wreaths that can be made with a Cricut printer.
Get the tutorial at Damask Love.
Pretty wreaths aren't just for front doors! This unique pom pom design would look great either hanging above your mantle or resting on it.
Get the tutorial at Eighteen25.
Add texture, color, and oophm to your front door with this stunner.
Get the tutorial at It All Started With Paint.
Your favorite Halloween candy is good for so much more than just a snack.
Simply spray paint dollar store leaves to recreate this masterpiece.
Get the tutorial at Lemon Thistle.
Ease into the season by adding more earthy, neutral colors to your home.
Get the tutorial at Crafts Unleashed.
These wreath will make you feel grateful every day, since it holds family members' declarations of gratitude.
Yes, you read that right. This sweet wreath is made from homemade colorful, sugar cookies.
Get the tutorial at Country Living.
Autumn berries and baby's breath make one beautiful combination.
Get the tutorial at Garden Therapy.
Burnt orange, maroon, purple, and blue leaves come together beautifully to make this door decoration.
Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.
Use cinnamon scented mini-pinecones available at craft stores to make this wreath. Guests will love being greeted with the smell of fall.
Get the tutorial at Hi Sugarplum.
Good for more than just pies, these vibrant apples make quite the statement on a wreath.
Get the tutorial The Wood Grain Cottage.
This clever craft uses cinnamon sticks to add dimension, flair, and a punchy fall smell to your home.
Get the tutorial at I Don't Know How She Does It.
This easy-to-make wreath is both simple and stunning. Even crafting newbies can pull this one off.
Get the tutorial at Stone Gable.
A shiny black wreath fashioned out of spray-painted newspaper is a clever — and easy — way to welcome trick-or-treaters.
Elegant and simple — this is one of the easiest ways to add some autumn flair to your home.
Get the tutorial at Whipperberry.
Who knew a drop cloth could look so pretty?
Get the tutorial at Live Laugh Rowe.
Arrange husks so the darkest shade is in the back and the the lightest is front and center.
1. Wearing gloves, set four medium plastic bins on a covered surface. In each, mix 6 cups of warm water, 3 Tbsp vinegar and 1 cupin desired colors.
2. Soak dried corn husk (from grocery stores) in the mixture for 20 minutes; rinse with water and let dry on newspaper. Place husks between two thin towels and iron flat.
3. Hot-glue a few layers of dyed corn husks around a 12" foam wreath form to create a sunburst shape. Attach a loop of wire to the back with hot glue and use to hang.
Pick out fall-colored scrap fabric in 7-10 patterns, then cut into ten 14" x 1½" strips per pattern.
1. Loop a fabric strip around a 12" floral or craft ring, right side out, and tie in a double knot at the front.
2. Continue around the entire ring, alternating fabric patterns and staggering placement of knots. Every few inches, scrunch the strips together so the ring doesn't show. Trim any loose threads.
3. Loop 6" of floral wire through fabric on the back of the wreath to create a hanger.
The more patterns you use, the tighter you should keep your color palette, so your wreath doesn't feel like a jumble.