Sunday, September 18, 2016

DIY Autumn Wreaths That You Can Make

What better way to welcome autumn and the change of seasons than to create your own fall wreath?

Intimidated by the thought of crafting your own autumn wreath? Don't be! You can collect plenty of free materials from nature - many in your own backyard (think leaves, acorns, twigs and branches) and there are many materials that you can purchase at dollar stores (wreath bases, glue sticks, craft adhesives, craft flowers) for the price of a fancy coffee or two. Even better, create your own fall wreath using salvaged and repurposed items found in your own home (painted newspaper, old encyclopedia pages, etc).

Best of all, you can create your own autumn wreath to match your own home and decor in as little as an afternoon. So round up your supplies (think glue gun and wreath base to start), and check out this collection of DIY fall and autumn wreaths and maybe you'll be inspired to create your own! Not in the mood to create your own? Some of those I feature below are available for purchase from Etsy the link in the text to visit their shops. Happy Fall! 
Who? wouldn't love this cute owl wreath? from AdorabellaWreaths via Etsy

Autumn season wreath from desfeervantoen

Love! Simple grapevine wreath with a few peacock feathers from My Blessed Life

Fall gathered wreath tutorial from Tilly's Nest

Moss and mini pumpkin wreath with burlap bow

Suitable for any holiday, this book page wreath (found here on Pinterest) could be autumn-ized by tipping some of the page edges with glue and brown glitter

Handmade paper feathers and leaves can be made from old newspaper and book pages and make a unique addition to your fall wreath.

Have a great week!


  1. Love them all esp. the one with the wood pieces. I just put my fall wreath up and I am patiently awaiting the fall air! thanks for sharing

  2. Great choices! My theme this year is burgundy red / natural, therefore I really like the wreath from Petticoat Junction!

  3. So many beautiful choices! I love anything with feathers :)