6 Easy DIY Fall Wreaths
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Hey y’all…are you in need of some Fall wreath inspiration? Well, look no further…we’ve pulled together 6 creative wreaths that are easy DIY projects that will make a big seasonal statement.
First up is yours truly 🙂 We created this wreath in literally five minutes! With just a few supplies we created this pretty autumnal wreath for our front door.
Easy Fall Wreath – 2 Bees in a Pod
Our dear friend Coco of The Crowned Goat created this unique Blessings Wreath. We love this idea of writing out daily blessings on crafted leaves as a daily reminder of what is truly important this Fall season. Here’s her full tutorial for How To Make A Blessings Wreath.
Do y’all follow Yvonne of StoneGable? We admittedly get lost on her blog for hours at a time! She creates the most gorgeous, vignettes, tablescapes and wreaths. This DIY Bittersweet Wreath is one of our favorites!
Lucy of Craftberry Bush is one very talented lady! She is a true artist, her home is gorgeous and she is super creative. Look at this fabulous wreath. Here’s How to Make a Foraged Wreath and Wild Foliage Arrangement
KariAnne of Thistlewood Farms gives you your moneys worth with this wreath. She shows you haw to decorate this wood slice wreath 3 ways. Our favorite is hands-down this cute chalkboard! Click here to see her Wood Slice Wreath – 3 Different Ways
Is this the cutest owl wreath that you have ever seen? Rose of What Rose Knows used her imagination and makes this look so easy! She shares all of the details for How To Make An Easy DIY Owl Wreath.
We hope that you’ve been inspired to create a Fall wreath of your very own!
You guys are THE best! Thanks so much for including my wreath with this great group of talented ladies. Hugs, CoCo
Beautiful and unique girls. Love them all.
Ladies, I’m loving all the wreath ideas you’re sharing. So much inspiration all in one place. xo Lisa