Adorn your front door this season with one of these cute DIY wreaths! Click on the source icon below each photo to find out more about the project.
These corns make for a perfect harvest wreath. I couldn’t find a tutorial, but my guess is they just hot glued the corn to a straw wreath base. This cute idea I found from I Heart Nap Time blog.
Moss & Mini Pumpkins
This wreath from Williams Sonoma could be a great DIY project. Cover a wreath base with craft moss and then add faux mini pumpkins. (I suppose you could use real mini pumpkins, but then it would get pretty heavy.) This wreath is from Williams-Sonoma.
Time to go pine cone collecting! This may be a time consuming project, but it seems fairly simple and the result is stunning! Just a Girl Blog shared this idea with us.
I love the use of all these harvest plants! The wheat is a beautiful color and makes for a soft look. I like how this one is not connected at the top. The autumn-colored ribbon is also a nice touch. Idea from Martha Stewart.
I love this upcycle! The head of a rustic rake with autumn berries woven into the prongs—and of course a twine ribbon! Idea found here.
Everything’s better with glitter, right? I love this wreath made from leaf shapes cut out of glitter paper (could be foam too). Simply gorgeous. This sparkly idea I found from Crafty-licious.
Ombre Rosette Wreath
I think this one is super classy, but still cute and fun for the holiday! You could switch up the color of the roses and have this be a wreath for any time of the year! For the tutorial visit Flamingo Toes.
I love how versatile burlap has become in decorating! I especially love the little button detail in the center of the flowers! I found this idea and the tutorial from Craftaholics Anonymous.
Oak Leaf Yarn Wreath
I am in love with the look of this wreath! I love the gold leaves, and the yarn is such an inexpensive and cute idea! You can find the tutorial on Bugs and Fishes blogspot.
Candy Corn Wreath
This one looks like it might take a little bit extra time, but the outcome is worth it! I think the rag look is so cute! This idea and the tutorial can be found from The House of Smith’s.
Everyone ca use more flowers in their life! These fall colored hydrangeas make the perfect harvest wreath! You could try and find some real hydrangeas for a shorter lived wreath, or buy some silk ones that will last forever! Idea from Homedit.
Raw Corn Husk Wreath
We all know that there are an abundance of dried corn husks this time of year. I love the way the put this wreath together, and the color of ribbon they used is perfect! This fabulous idea and the tutorial can be found on Kleinworth & Co.
Apples are a perfect fall decoration, so why not make them into a wreath? I also love the look of hanging it on a big chalk board! This awesome idea came from The Woodgrain Cottage, and she shares a tutorial with us here.
Use one of these ideas, combine several ideas, or come up with something totally new! We hope you’ve been inspired to create a Thanksgiving wreath to be thankful for!