It's the end of October and Fall is finally here. Today is a chilly 45 degrees, winy, and rainy in Wisconsin. Needless to say, it's not the most lovely weather to be around. So we thought we'd spice things up with some amazing fall wreath ideas.
Some of these are easy DIY fall wreath ideas and others are a little more difficult and might be more for eye candy, depending on your skill level. What kinds of things go on a fall wreath? I personally love sunflowers to use on my fall crafts. You could use other flowers on your fall wreath that incorporate greens, yellows, orange, and white. You can also add burlap, ribbon, pine cones, monograms, and glitter.
Here are a few fall wreath ideas! Check them out and see creditted creators for more details
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I love this wreath because this is a simple design. This would be a nice DIY wreath project for a beginner. You can get the wood wreath at virtually any craft store along with the monogram. Grab some faux leaves from the dollar store and a hot glue gone and you're good to go.
Photo by Allison Maestri via Little Lovelies
I'm in love with this gorgeous pine cone wreath. My mom actually gave me a bag of pinecones from her front yard. I looked at her and said what do you do with pinecones? Hehe. I'm getting craftier as I turn the corner to 30 and I think this would be a beautiful way to reuse pinecones from a yard.
I love this fall wreath because I've never seen a wreath made out of colored corn or really corn at all. It's super creative to use the corn and show case the husks as well. I feel like this owuld be a gorgeous wreath for Thanksgiving and harvest time as well.
I love this classic sunflower wreath. There is just something about sunflowers that really just exudes fall and autumn time. I think this lovely wreath really has a great mix of rustic and chic all in one.
Unfortunately I couldn't find a credit! It was found on pinterest as an upload with no reference. Bummer :(
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