Cooler temperatures are on the rise, pumpkin spice lattes are back in stores, and scarves, boots, and jackets are beginning to fill your closet. Fall is just around the corner. Get ready for the holiday season by decking out your home decor with colorful leaves, gourds, and greenery. From your fireplace to your front door, fill your home with festive wreaths that add the perfect pop of fall.
1. Metallic elegance
Bring all the colors of fall to your front steps by creating this metallic wreath full of painted brown and gold leaves. In three simple steps you can have this gorgeous wreath hanging on your front door, just in time for fall.
2. Paper feathers
Timeless and natural, this DIY feather wreath made from paper will be the highlight of your home this season. Learn how to create your own paper feathers by following this step-by-step tutorial.
3. Chalkboard frame
Ribbon, garland, and a chalkboard combine to create this welcoming wreath. Hang this DIY wreath on your front door, in your kitchen or above your fireplace for a cozy and inviting look.
4. Neutral wreath
Keep it simple this season by decorating your home with a neutral wreath. Use up your old scrap fabric with this DIY fall wreath made from strips of drop cloth tied to a wire wreath form.
5. Pumpkins and hydrangeas
Pumpkins, berries, and burlap, this DIY wreath mixes all of your favorites to make the ultimate fall statement. Try adding in a few other fall elements like wheat or acorns to personalize your wreath.
6. Paper leaves
Don’t want to deal with real leaves in your home decor? Get the natural look without the mess by making leaves out of decorative scrapbook paper. Fall colors, polka dots, and glitter make up this DIY paper leaf wreath.
7. Colorful felt leaves
Felt is the key to this gorgeous autumn wreath layered with warm hues and earthy tones. This whimsical handmade wreath comes with a downloadable leaf pattern template to make your crafting easy.
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