How to Make Fall Wreaths: 54 Easy Tutorials
Adorning a door with wreaths have been a European custom since the ancient times. In Greece and Rome, people used wreaths to represent their social stratum, while on Poland, the harvest festival Dozynki” is incomplete without a wreath decoration. Besides flowers and berries, fall or harvest wreaths are traditionally made of harvested plants and colorful threads.
Welcome the beautiful autumn with a burlap wreath like this one. The adornments can vary depending on the occassion.
For a heavier embellishment, pine corns, acorns, pumpkins, berries and assorted feathers work well, with a warm orange hue.
Countryside living is a blessing when you can have grains and other cereals for making such beautiful wreaths without much ado.
You need maximum sixty minutes for making such a beautiful wreath that you may use to enhance the décor of your drawing room.
The more the merrier! Attach all necessary materials closely for a chunky look of the wreath. A burlap bow on top makes the entire thing that much cuter.
Making mesh wreaths is a cool way to enjoy your spare time with your kids, especially when the outcome is so creative.
This burlap wreath comes together pretty quickly and is the right accent for people who prefer simple fall decor.
Silk flowers, foam wreath and additional embellishments of your choice will suffice for this magnificent piece of art. Hang them from a satin ribbon for a more appealing look.
Faux leaves and ornamental grasses make a wonderful wreath if infused together. Go through the tutorial and make one to welcome the ever beautiful autumn.
When Halloween is around the corner and you are running out of innovative ideas to make your decor look cool, try making this wreath that you can use during fall.
A bright yellow wreath achieves an engaging look when a cluster of leaves (made of felt sheets) is attached to it.
Some artificial glittery leaves do wonder when glued to form a wreath. Suspend it from a strong wire and see its resplendence.
15. Round Wreath DIY
Make six to seven colorful roses and attach them to your wreath for a marvelous effect.
Tri color ribbons and mesh will be sufficient enough for creating a patriotic wreath. After all, love for the nation is forever!
There is nothing wrong in adding vine garlands to decorate your wreath for autumn days.
Square wreaths offer a fresh look breaking the monotony of round ones. Go through the tutorial and see if you can make it.
Small decorative pumpkins and moss make a perfect combination for an amazing wreath like the following one.
If you wish to have a different wreath, make one as shown below. It is good to have a nautical essence, especially if you have Mariners at home!
Colorful construction papers cut in the shape of palms make a wonderful wreath for your home. Inspire your kids to make this one on their own.
Spray paint some magnolia leaves with metallic shades and use them together for a majestic wreath.
A mesh wreath like the following one is a blend of some bright shades that looks good on a white or black door.
An elegant wreath with metal leaves gives testimony to your subtle choice.
Evoke your love for craft and have firsthand experience in making a yarn pumpkin fall wreath.
Making a wreath out of your unused plastic spoons is definitely innovative. Keep it on the door of your kitchen if you wish.
Paint, dry, attach and repeat! A nice activity to engross in when you are home alone.
If you can no longer wear your tulle skirt, then transform it into a wreath following the instruction given here.
Felting is an art by itself and when it is used for another artistic creation like making a wreath, the entire thing becomes arty without a doubt.
Mix and match two or more shades of ribbons for a fantastic wreath like this one.
You may also keep your initials on the wreath or dedicate it by putting the name of your bundle of joy. All you have to do is to go through the instruction in the above link.
If you know the art of interlocking yarn loops like a pro, then making a crochet wreath is fun for you. It’s worth trying, isn’t it?
52. DIY Lace Wreath
If you are a novice then try this method reusing your old lace dress and stun your relatives.
With such a wide range of tutorials, you are sure to make some wonderful wreaths. If possible, make more than one, each with a different design and get amazed at your own craftsmanship.
Published on August 1st 2017 by Suzanne Kane