Fall-Tastic DIY Wreaths

From fresh wreaths that fill your home with an autumnal aroma to faux wreaths that can displayed year after year, these DIY decorations are a classic way to welcome fall — both indoors and out.

Rock a Rustic Look

Why wait till after Thanksgiving to brighten up your front door? Our fresh eucalyptus and cotton stem wreath adds just the right rustic touch for fall. Mix in a few Christmas ornaments or battery-operated lights to keep its good looks going thru the holiday season. Craft your own with our tutorial.
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Photo by Liz Gray

Go Crazy for Color

Cover a wire wreath form with freshly snipped magnolia leaves to create this modern and multi-hued take on a traditional wreath. To bring in the color, choose six different shades of paint based on your home’s architecture or pick a traditional fall palette of oranges, reds and yellows. Learn how to make your own.
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Photo by David A. Land (styled by Elizabeth Demos)

Mix Fruit With Succulents

A wire wreath form topped by succulents, berry sprigs, seasonal greenery and bright yellow Fuyu persimmons is sure to add a cheery pop of fall color anywhere. The greenery and fruit used here are fresh so this wreath’s beauty will be short lived; for a long-lasting wreath, sub faux materials to create a wreath you can display year after year. Make your own with our step-by-step instructions.
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Photo by Jill Rizzo. Image courtesy of Ten Speed Press

New Take for an Old Rake

Forgo the wreath form for this fall decoration that uses a new or old garden rake as its base. Faux fall flowers and silk leaves ensure it’s an arrangement you’ll be able to display for many falls to come. Craft your own with our step-by-step instructions.
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Fall Moss Wreath

Add seasonal flair to your front door with this easy to make fall wreath. Learn how to make your own.

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Photo by Debbie Wolfe

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