38 Stunning Fall Wreaths Your Front Door Needs

There's no prettier way to welcome fall.

fall wreaths
Christopher Shane/Love Create Celebrate

It's time to open your doors to fall! Any one of these autumn wreaths will welcome the season in the most gorgeous way. Once you've finished with these projects that put fresh leaves, faux flowers, and sweet greetings on display, switch them out for a spooky Halloween wreath!

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fall wreaths leaves
Design Improvised
Fall Leaf Wreath

Channel the most beautiful part of fall—the changing colors of leaves—with this easy tutorial.

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fall wreaths chalkboard
Twelve on Main
Chalkboard Fall Wreath

A makes for a sweet touch to your seasonal decor. After you create this charming DIY, ask your kids to help you think of a different phrase for each day of fall.

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fall wreaths paper
Polkadot Chair
Autumn Paper Leaf Wreath

This delicate wreath is all about the details: use and on each leaf for a stunning, one-of-a-kind display.

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apple grapevine fall wreath
Christopher Shane
Apple Grapevine Fall Wreath

Use fresh or on these wreaths, depending on how long you want them to last. Nestle apples at the bottom of a and secure them with hot glue. Tie on your door to hang your finished product.

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fall embroidery hoop wreath
Courtesy of 2 Bees in a Pod
Fall Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Make this elegant DIY your own by using a variety of blooms in autumnal colors that will complement your fall decor.

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felt flower fall wreath
Courtesy of Miss Bizi Bee
Felt Flower Fall Wreath

Although these felt flowers might take a little more time than your typical wreath project, the results are well worth it.

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autumn embroidery hoop wreath
Courtesy of Love Create Celebrate
Autumn Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Use an old and transform it into a beauitful wreath by adding and .

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hydrangea fall wreath
Courtesy of It All Started with Paint
Hydrangea Fall Wreath

Bold hydrangeas will make your door the focal point of your front porch.

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autumn berries fall wreath
Courtesy of Garden Therapy
Autumn Berries Wreath

This berry intricate piece might look tricky, but it's actually super-simple to put together thanks to a foam wreath form.

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copper and felt leaves fall wreath
Courtesy of Dreaming in DIY
Copper and Felt Leaves Fall Wreath

Make this wreath your own by using a metallic spray paint that will best complement your porch decor.

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corn husk wreath
Christopher Shane
Corn Husk Wreath

Start with a flat-wire , then hot-glue (roughly 18) and (roughly 9) in an alternating pattern. Fray the ends of the corn husks to add more dimension.

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vintage tray door display
Michael Peternio
Vintage Tray Door Display

Though not a wreath in the traditional sense, guests will still be charmed by this autumnal alternative. Simply apply a layer of chalkboard paint to the inside of an old tray, then add autumn branches and bittersweet berries for a seasonal finish. (Swap in evergreen and holly for the holidays!)


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birch bark leaf wreath
Mikkel Vang
Birch-Bark Leaf-Wreath

Birch bark is the key to these autumn "leaves." You'll need twenty-four 6 3/4"W x 20 1/2"L , a 20-inch-diameter , and 45 small wooden cubes to act as risers. First, print and cut out our . Trace 75 assorted leaves onto the birch-bark sheets, and cut out. Varying the leaf type, hot-glue 30 leaves onto the wreath form. Then, hot-glue a wooden cube onto the back of each remaining leaf. Using our photo as a guide, hot-glue the cube-backed leaves atop the original leaves.

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mini pumpkin wreath
Courtesy of On Sutton Place
Mini Pumpkin Wreath

Hay bales and pumpkins aren't just for your porch—you can hang them on your door, too! Try making a DIY wreath that you can hang year after year by using faux pumpkins.

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diy apple wreath
Courtesy of The Wood Grain Cottage
Red Apple Wreath

lend themselves to create a striking, royally red wreath.

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rustic cotton wreath
Courtesy of Run to Radiance
Rustic Cotton Wreath

Instead of using fall-colored flowers on your wreath, opt for something a bit different, like .

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mushroom and moss fall wreath
Courtesy of Terrain
Shelf Mushroom and Moss Wreath

This whimsical and woodsy wreath looks as if it came from fairy garden with preserved clump moss, reindeer moss, green sponge mushroom, and dried grapevine.

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diy faux hydrangea fall wreath
Courtesy of The Turquoise Home
Faux Hydrangea Fall Wreath

Instead of spending money on a store-bought wreath, grab your , because you can easily make your own with dried or .

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cotton fall wreath
Courtesy of Birch Lane
Cotton and Dried Leaves Wreath

The combination of cotton and dried leaves creates a soft, inviting feel.

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autumn wispy wreath
Courtesy of Made in a Day
Autumn Wispy Wreath

If you're looking for a wreath that is simple to make yet offers a dramatic statement, this is the perfect fall accessory to spruce up your front door.

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burlap and pinecones wreath
Courtesy of Crafts Unleashed
Burlap and Pinecones Wreath

Add a tiny mini chalkboard tag to this wreath to spell out a cute fall greeting.

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neutral fall wreath
Courtesy of Live Laugh Rowe
Neutral Fall Wreath

Add an air of relaxed elegance to an entryway or dining room with this drop cloth-inspired wreath.

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harvest-themed wreath
Courtesy of Artsy Chicks Rule
Harvest-Themed Wreath

Twine, cinnamon sticks, dried oranges, and greenery turn a into a vibrant display.

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colorful burlap fall wreath
Courtesy of Hoosier Homemade
Colorful Burlap

This wreath, which can be hung on either a front door or mantel, can be hung from late September straight through to November.

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laurel wreath
Aimee Herring
Laurel Wreath

This wreath can be adapted for a variety of leaves and blooms. Use dried white oak leaves, dried or , and small branches.

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fall cookie wreath
Charles Schiller
Cookie Wreath

The blazing color palette of autumn takes the spotlight in this seasonal display of needle-felted pumpkins and an edible cookie wreath.

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owl wreath
Sarah Dorio
Owl Wreath

Fashion this owl wreath for an adorable fall entrance. Your neighbors will think it's a hoot! Wrap around a . For the eyes, use utility scissors to cut a 5" circle from a . Trim a 2" strip from the edge of a and hot-glue along the outer edge.

Next, hot-glue the outer ring of a 41/2"-inch inside the raffia, securing it to the sisal circle. Hot-glue a metal bottle cap at the center of the ring and encircle with dried pumpkin seeds. Hot-glue a inside bottle cap. Repeat for second eye. For the wings, cut two 8"H x 5"W teardrop-shaped pieces from the doormat. For the beak, cut a 3" triangle from the mat; cover with dried pumpkin seeds. Attach the beak, then the eyes and wings, with hot-glue.

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candy corn wreath
Courtesy of The House of Smiths
Candy Corn-Inspired Wreath

Combine yellow, orange, and white canvas fabric to turn the colors of the classic candy into a creative front-door centerpiece.

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bold monogram fall wreath
Courtesy of Addicted 2 DIY
Bold Monogram

Get personal! Paint a with a brightly colored hue and accent it with your favorite flowers, burlap rosettes, and cotton clusters on a .

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fall wreath berries
Courtesy of Confessions of a Serial DIYer
Bunches of Berries Wreath

For a more adventurous crafter, try taking your wreath-making game to a new level by adding multiple layers and textures, like ivory stems and curly branches.

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