I typically don’t hang wreaths on my door, since I live in an apartment building . . . but then I saw someone put one up the other day in our hallway and noticed how lovely it looked. And now I want a fall wreath like nobody’s business. The good news is that I can make one myself! This collection of 14 DIY fall wreaths is definitely going to inspire you – and there are several on a budget, if you don’t have a lot of money to spend. A lot use dollar store and natural materials as well. Check out my picks!
Beautiful and Simple
This amazing wreath was put together with simple budget items from the craft store.
Use spray paint and real (or fake) leaves to make this simple yet beautiful wreath.
The nice thing about this wreath is that these are faux acorns that look real – so you won’t have to spend hours collecting.
This is one of the coolest wreaths I’ve ever seen – those leaves are recycled soda cans!
Use bits of felt and fabric with a hot glue gun to make this colorful wreath.
Wreath From Paper
This wreath is perfect for those who are just starting out with crafting – and you can use up those paper scraps.
Add a Monogram
This fall wreath comes together in less than 15 minutes – just grab a painted letter.
Get stunning results by creating a bunch of ombre rosettes using graduated colors of fabric.
Burlap For Autumn
Burlap (which always reminds me of fall) and that cute little bunting make this wreath complete.
This wreath incorporates the cutest houndstooth pumpkins ever, which are easy to make with fabric scraps.
Dried and Pretty
Dried twigs and floral stems give a beautiful vintage touch to this wreath.
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Just Add Pom Poms
Pom poms make everything better! Add them as an accent on this yarn wrapped wreath with a monogram.
I love the yarn, bright pops of color and teenie owls on this festive wreath.
If you want to make a wreath with what you already have on hand, this one using magazines is perfect.