Wreaths are absolutely beautiful and even better when you can make one yourself. The holiday season is fast approaching, so why not get crafty and decorate your house with a lovely wreath? Here’s a list of 15 DIY Christmas and Fall Wreath tutorials for you to follow.
1. Pinecone Wreath
Can you believe it is already fall, and holidays are just around the corner? Today we are going to create a lovely wreath perfect for fall and holidays! The best part? This wreath takes only one hour to make, and you can make it for almost free!
2. Silk Flower Wreath
Looking for ways to decorate your home for every season? Follow this simple DIY and learn how to make a wreath for your door. This wreath tutorial will show you how to use artificial eucalyptus and silk flowers to create a decoration you can update throughout the year, and how to attach silk flowers to a wire wreath.
3. Christmas Wreath
The holidays are upon us and there is nothing I love more than creating custom diy home decor especially for the holidays. It’s always fun to create personalized decorative items for an affordable price.
4. Pine Cone Wreath
Here is a simple yet creative way to make wreath and topiary using gifts by nature – pine cones, nut shells and acorns. This is great that we can easily get all of them here in California, if you love this idea and not easy to get them, you can try to find from your local craft store. And best of all, it gives a vintage look and smells great, by adding raw coffee beans as embellishments.
5. Fresh Magnolia Mixed Branch Wreath
Fresh Christmas wreaths are my favorite! I decided to DIY fresh magnolia mixed branch wreath, using clippings from my Christmas tree and my front yard boxwoods. If you have evergreen plants in your yard, they do great with mixing in with a wreath. Also, get thrifty and use your Christmas tree clippings by making either a wreath, garland, swag or put some in a vase for a simple centerpiece.
6. Eucalyptus Wreath
Instead of buying one, I decided to DIY one! I ended up with this amazing custom greenery wreath that is so much easier to create than it looks. Let me show you how I made it. Maybe you’ll become obsessed with eucalyptus too!
7. Harvest Pumpkin Autumn Wispy Wreath
Wispy wreaths are my favorite kind of wreaths, the swirly branches are just so pretty. Since I have to make two wispy wreaths, the look I want is something simple but dramatic. I do not want my doors to look overdone or tacky. These first wreaths are for fall and here’s how I made them:
8. Modern Minimal DIY Wreath
I am super excited to be sharing today’s DIY. It came about while I was trying to design a different sort of wreath altogether. But once I laid out all the greenery that I had purchased, I soon visualized an entirely new design for my wreath. The result is this modern minimal DIY wreath which took me just 20 minutes to create. In no time, I had a gorgeous, soft green wreath ready to hang on my front door. If you are looking for a quick and easy project to spruce up your home this season, then this just might be the perfect little DIY to tackle for your front door decor.
9. Neutral Fall Wreath
Don’t you just love simple projects? This one started with a vision to build a shutter out of some pallet wood. With that vision, I also wanted to hang a wreath on it. Crickets.
10. Easy DIY Fall Wreath
Make this easy DIY Fall Wreath featuring orange and red berries for a gorgeous Fall addition to your front door. It’s quick to make in just 15 minutes!
11. DIY Christmas Wreath
I always make a Xmas wreath every year for my front door, but I’m totally self-taught. I just go with an idea in my head and run with it, which is great, but sometimes it is nice to get an insight into just how the professionals do it. When a really great florist makes a wreath, there is often something unexpected in the mix, and you know it will last right through over Xmas without wilting or drying out!
12. DIY Christmas Wreath
Sorry I’m a sucker for early Christmas decor, but moving into our new house and finally having a mantle to decorate has sent me into Christmas overdrive. Thanks to a great sale at Michael’s I was able to snag florals for 70% off, making this wreath not only EASY but also very affordable.
13. Fresh Holiday Wreath
Do you love the smell of cedar, pine and redwood? This DIY fresh Christmas wreath is something anyone can make in less than an hour using fresh evergreen cuttings of conifers and berries!
14. Magnolia Wreath
We love our new magnolia wreath! Can you believe it is so easy to make, and it is free? This DIY magnolia wreath happened in a totally spontaneous way: I was taking a walk and saw a tree-trimming guy putting some magnolia branches on the curb.
15. Fall Leaves Wreath
Front door wreaths are beautiful but expensive to purchase and awkward to store. I use this easy trick to make my own gorgeous front door wreath from fresh fall leaves to save $$ and storage space (it’s biodegradable so you can throw it away at the end of the season with no guilt). Look how lovely it turned out! This wreath uses fresh fall leaves from your yard, cardboard, kitchen tools, and NO SPECIAL