Fast, easy, inexpensive DIY fall wreath for the front door…sound good doesn’t it?!
I love to change out our front door wreath with each season. In the past, I have used bright orange and other traditional fall colors. This year, I wanted something a bit more neutral. This DIY wreath can be easily made with a few supplies. I made BOTH of mine for around $30.
Last weeks’ post: Painting a Front Door // Helpful Tips and 5 Mistakes to Avoid gives you the background on my front door painting adventure. Check it out to get some great tips! But, today I want to focus on these gorgeous wreaths!
Let’s dive into making these DIY wreaths that are perfect for fall!
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If you are a visual learner, see my YouTube video for a step-by-step process to make a similar wreath:
Simple steps to make your own wreath in minutes:
1. Gather your supplies for the DIY Fall Wreath for the front door:
- Clauss Wire cutters
- Floral bunches of choice ( I picked up mine at Hobby Lobby)
- Grapevine wreath (I purchased mine several years ago from Hobby Lobby). Find a size that fits your door best.
My wire cutters:
Grapevine wreaths and floral bunches:
Magnolia floral bunch was trimmed down into 3 leaves per stem:
2. Begin placing the floral stems into the wreath:
This is so simple, you guys! I very rarely use any super glue as the stems tend to stay put nicely. When trimming down the floral bunches, ensure you have enough stem to adequately push through the grape vine wreath.
Pushing the stems into the grapevine wreath:
Continue pushing floral stems into wreath:
If you have double doors like me, ensure you have an equal number of floral stems for each wreath so they will look identical (or close enough!) when finished. No worries if you have a single door, just do what looks pretty to you!
3. Stand back and admire your work!
DIY Fall Wreath for the Front Door
I couldn’t resist pulling out some of my fall outdoor decor! Did you notice the ‘Happy Autumn’ sign in the above photo? I made that a couple of years ago with some old boards and left over paint.
Have you ever made a wreath before? A very similar process was used when I recently made a magnolia wreath. It turned out so pretty!
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