52 Best Fall Wreaths to DIY This Season

We're not taking decorative gourd season for granted.

fall wreath ideas
Christopher Shane

It's nearly time to open your doors to fall—but first, you've got to make sure those doors are spiffed up for the season! Any one of these DIY fall wreaths will get the job done and leave your front porch looking cozy and festive. Face it: A lot happens between September to November—Halloween, Thanksgiving, and all the autumn entertaining in between—and these fall wreath ideas are the key to making sure your guests feel like you've put real thought into making every inch of your home inviting. Welcome them in with a cheery, apple-inspired fall door wreath, hold onto the last days of summer with a eucalyptus fall wreath DIY, or jump right into the new season with a flurry of faux leaves.

Whatever you choose, your creativity's bound to be noticed and appreciated. After all, your front door gets the most traffic of any area of your home, and it's the first thing your friends and family members will see when they arrive. It's why we wholly approve spending time putting leaves, flowers, gourds, and sweet greetings on display—these autumn wreath ideas really do make a difference! Looking for some extra credit? Come October, try switching these beauties out for a spookier Halloween wreath.

plaid fall wreath
Brian Woodcock
Plaid Fall Wreath

Plaid shirts and autumn leaves go together like Thanksgiving and turkey! We love the idea of celebrating both of those fall staples in one cheerful wreath.

Make the Wreath: Trace leaf stencils onto double-stick fusible webbing, then fuse them to plaid fabric and cut out leaf shapes. Next, fuse the cutout leaves to felt, and cut out once more. Finally, wrap a foam wreath form with ribbon and attach the leaves with push-pins or hot glue, mixing the plaid and felt sides. Hang with a strip of plaid fabric.

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fall fruit wreath
Christopher Shane
Fall Fruit Wreaths

This festive decoration couldn't be simpler. Just add faux apples to the bottom of a grapevine wreath (or two!), then hang and admire.

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fall crow wreath
Brian Woodcock
Crow-Covered Wreath

This Halloween-inspired wreath may be a little spooky for the start of the season, but it's bound to make your home the talk of the town come October.

Make the Wreath: Start with a grapevine wreath and spray-paint it black. Next, use black wire to secure cardboard crows and hang with gingham ribbon.

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fruit grapevine fall wreath
Aaron Colussi
Flowers and Fruits Wreath

Why settle for a small wreath when you can opt for a lush, oversized one? Dotted with dried fruits and faux flowers, this grapevine wreath would look lovely on your front door...but it'd also be the perfect addition to any outdoor dinner party.

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harvest wheat fall wreath
Gluesticks Blog
Harvest Wheat Wreath

Inspired by the fall harvest, this simple straw and wheat wreath makes for a striking addition to any front door. A burlap ribbon accent keeps things feeling whimsical.

Get the tutorial at Glue Sticks Blog.

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fall grapevine wreath ideas
Getty Images
Rustic, Natural Wreath

We love the wild, unruly fibers on this rustic-style grapevine wreath. Adding to the natural look is an asymmetrical crescent design featuring faux and dried flowers.

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eucalyptus fall wreath
We Lived Happily Ever After
Giant Eucalpytus Wreath and Letter Board

We love the idea of positioning this wreath just to the side of your front door and adding a makeshift letter board. It's a fun, all-weather idea that'll get lots of compliments.

Get the tutorial at We Lived Happily Ever After.

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fall puzzle wreath
It All Started With Paint
Puzzle Piece Wreath

If you've got kids (or are frequently playing the part of hostess), odds are you've got an old puzzle or two lying around. Repurpose them into this whimsical wreath, painted in the seasonal hues.

Get the tutorial at It All Started With Paint.

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fall pinecone wreath
Thistlewood Farms
DIY Pinecone Wreath

A simple wooden wreath ring gets all dressed up with craft store pinecones in this easy DIY. If you own a hot glue gun, you're already halfway there.

Get the tutorial at Thistlewood Farms.

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paper wreath for fall
Lisa Hubbard/Woman's Day
Paper Cone Gratitude Fall Wreath

Not only is this pretty paper wreath a stunning addition to your front door, but it's also incredibly meaningful as well. Each of those cones holds a different family member's declaration of gratitude.

Get the tutorial at Woman's Day.

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dried fruit wreath for fall
Artsy Chicks Rule
Dried Fruit Fall Wreath

Believe it or not, you really can throw together this gorgeous wreath in just one afternoon. With the addition of dried flowers and fruit, it'll both look and smell good.

Get the tutorial at Artsy Chicks Rule.

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leaf wreath for fall
Design Improvised
Fall Leaf Wreath

Channel the most beautiful part of fall—the changing colors of leaves—with this easy tutorial.

Get the tutorial at Design Improvised.

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eucalyptus wreath for fall
The House of Wood
Eucalyptus Fall Wreath

Eucalyptus is the ultimate "evergreen" wreath material. It's easy to source, simple to work with, and—assuming it dries properly and stays relatively safe from the elements—can stay up on your door all year long!

Get the tutorial at The House of Wood.

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diy metal wreaths
Tatertots + Jello
Gather Around Fall Wreath

This wreath's a keeper—and not just because it'll look good on your front door. A galvanized wreath base, like the one used for this DIY, should last you years.

Get the tutorial at Tatertots + Jello.

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ombre fall wreath
Woman's Day
Ombré Fall Wreath

A pretty collection of yellows, oranges, pinks, and reds makes this wreath a perfect fit for the fall season—but we think it'd still look appropriate on your front porch come spring and summer.

Get the tutorial at Woman's Day.

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fall wreaths happy fall wreath
Thistlewood Farms
Happy Fall Wreath

Made of wood slices and twigs, this "Happy Fall" wreath is anything but kitschy. There's no better way to get such a simple message across!

Get the tutorial at Thistlewood Farms.

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fall wreaths chalkboard
Twelve on Main
Chalkboard Fall Wreath

A chalkboard makes for a sweet touch to your seasonal decor. After you create this charming DIY, ask your kids to help you think of a different phrase for each day of fall.

Get the tutorial at Twelve on Main.

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fall wreaths paper
Polkadot Chair
Autumn Paper Leaf Wreath

This delicate wreath is all about the details: use distress ink and gold glitter glue on each leaf for a stunning, one-of-a-kind display.

Get the tutorial at Polkadot Chair.

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fall embroidery hoop wreath
Courtesy of 2 Bees in a Pod
Fall Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Make this elegant DIY your own by using a variety of blooms in autumnal colors that will complement your fall decor.

Get the tutorial at 2 Bees in a Pod.

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felt flower fall wreath
Courtesy of Miss Bizi Bee
Felt Flower Fall Wreath

Although these felt flowers might take a little more time than your typical wreath project, the results are well worth it.

Get the tutorial at Miss Bizi Bee.

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autumn embroidery hoop wreath
Courtesy of Love Create Celebrate
Autumn Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Use an old embroidery hoop and transform it into a beauitful wreath by adding faux berries and dried wheat sheaves.

Get the tutorial at Love Create Celebrate.

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hydrangea fall wreath
Courtesy of It All Started with Paint
Hydrangea Fall Wreath

Bold hydrangeas will make your door the focal point of your front porch.

Get the tutorial at It All Started with Paint.

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autumn berries fall wreath
Courtesy of Garden Therapy
Autumn Berries Wreath

This berry intricate piece might look tricky, but it's actually super-simple to put together thanks to a foam wreath form.

Get the tutorial at Garden Therapy.

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copper and felt leaves fall wreath
Courtesy of Dreaming in DIY
Copper and Felt Leaves Fall Wreath

Make this wreath your own by using a metallic spray paint that will best complement your porch decor.

Get the tutorial at Dreaming in DIY.

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corn husk wreath
Christopher Shane
Corn Husk Wreath

Start with a flat-wire 18-inch frame, then hot-glue corn husks (roughly 18) and corncobs (roughly 9) in an alternating pattern. Fray the ends of the corn husks to add more dimension.

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vintage tray door display
Michael Peternio
Vintage Tray Door Display

Though not a wreath in the traditional sense, guests will still be charmed by this autumnal alternative. Simply apply a layer of chalkboard paint to the inside of an old tray, then add autumn branches and bittersweet berries for a seasonal finish. (Swap in evergreen and holly for the holidays!)

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birch bark leaf wreath
Mikkel Vang
Birch-Bark Leaf-Wreath

Birch bark is the key to these autumn "leaves." You'll need twenty-four 6 3/4"W x 20 1/2"L sheets of birch bark, a 20-inch-diameter foam wreath form, and 45 small wooden cubes to act as risers. First, print and cut out our oak- and maple-leaf templates. Trace 75 assorted leaves onto the birch-bark sheets, and cut out. Varying the leaf type, hot-glue 30 leaves onto the wreath form. Then, hot-glue a wooden cube onto the back of each remaining leaf. Using our photo as a guide, hot-glue the cube-backed leaves atop the original leaves.

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mini pumpkin wreath
Courtesy of On Sutton Place
Mini Pumpkin Wreath

Hay bales and pumpkins aren't just for your porch—you can hang them on your door, too! Try making a DIY wreath that you can hang year after year by using faux pumpkins.

Get the tutorial at On Sutton Place.

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diy apple wreath
Courtesy of The Wood Grain Cottage
Red Apple Wreath

Fake apples lend themselves to create a striking, royally red wreath.

Get the tutorial at The Wood Grain Cottage.

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rustic cotton wreath
Courtesy of Run to Radiance
Rustic Cotton Wreath

Instead of using fall-colored flowers on your wreath, opt for something a bit different, like faux cotton.

Get the tutorial at Run to Radiance.

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