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DIY Fall Wreaths

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Changing out your wreath is one of the easiest ways to signal the change of seasons around your home. It is really easy to make a DIY fall wreath using just a wreath form and other seasonal items. You can customize them to match your home and sense of style.

I love making simple wreaths and was looking for some inspiration and found tons of it with some of my fellow bloggers!

DIY Fall Wreaths

Fall Wreaths with Greenery

Fall Wreaths with Greenery

Greenery might not seem outright autumnal, but these wreaths prove that greenery can scream fall. I think it’s important to use subdued colors for a fall-look.

Succulents + Bells // Live Florals + Artichokes // Eucalyptus + Pine Cones

Fall Wreaths with Pumpkins

Fall Wreaths with Pumpkins

Pumpkins are more traditional fall, but these wreaths prove that you can still DIY a modern fall wreath featuring pumpkins! Whether you want many pumpkins or just a few, they sure do scream fall!

Pumpkins + Starfish // Pumpkins on an Embroidery Hoop // Glam Pumpkins + Glitter

Grapevine Fall Wreaths

Grapevine Fall Wreaths

Grapevine wreaths are my favorite to DIY because they are so simple, look natural, and it is so simple to remove your decorations and re-use them over and over. What’s not to love! Grapevine wreaths pair perfectly with faux floral stems.

Corn Husks // Sun Flowers // Mums + Berries

Burlap Fall Wreaths

Burlap Fall Wreaths

Burlap is super easy to work with, inexpensive, and adds instant texture to a wreath. Add any sort of fall decor and you have the perfect seasonal wreath that can be updated to fit other seasons as well! Burlap pairs really well with smooth or shiny objects like these apples due to the contrast in texture with the rough burlap. And it always looks great with a big bow!

Burlap + Straw // Baby Apples // Baby Pumpkins

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