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Change up your fall door decor with DIY wreath ideas instead of using the same one year after a year. If you have a favorite, you could change up the ribbon, switch up some elements or add some color. Be inspired with these neat ideas from near and far.
I love the simplicity of this Acorn Wreath. If the natural look doesn’t suit you, paint some of the acorns, or add a bright ribbon or bow.
Make your personalized Berry & Rosette Wreath to suit your taste and decor. I’m a big fan of the white, brown, and gold look this fall so I may adjust mine accordingly.
This Natural Wheat Wreath is beautiful in its natural state but I wouldn’t hesitate to add a little color. Spray some of the wheat to add color throughout and use your favorite fall ribbon for the bow.
If you’re not afraid to go outside the box, or circle in this case, then pick a non-traditional theme and go all out! I love the color combination here and the pheasant feathers add the perfect chocolaty touch. Get creative with your Sequins and Feather Wreath. I would add some acorns to the jewels and might consider a navy blue or burgundy ribbon if my family doesn’t agree with this rich teal.
This simple wreath emphasizes the spirit of the holiday perfectly. Make a Give Thanks Wreath in your favorite colors with fall elements or keep it simple as shown.
I love these little cobs and never know what to do with them other than hanging them in a bunch. I love this Indian Corn Wreath and can’t wait to make one for our door.
There’s no reason not to incorporate colors that are contrary to the traditional fall scheme. I love this neutral grey wreath with a pop of red. Make a Grape Vine Berry Wreath add your home decor outside to invite your guests in.
A Pinecone Wreath is the best mix of simple and seasonal. If it’s too simple for your taste, you can add some acorns, fall leaves, burlap, or simple ribbon to liven it up.
Although I am not crazy about artificial flowers, I love this Artificial Flower Wreath. The key for this look is large flowers and few colors. It would work well with a monochromatic theme or in white, brown and gold. Then again, I love anything in brown, white, and gold these days.
This Natural Wreath is one of my favorites this season. The slices of wood make a beautiful wreath and the natural details are the perfect accent. Dried flowers, nuts, leaves, and natural fibers would make great additions to add your own personal touch.
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