18 Thanksgiving Wreaths That'll Prove You're the Hostess With the Mostess Holiday Spirit

Let the celebration begin before your guests even set foot inside.

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Christopher Shane

Set the tone for your Thanksgiving get-together with a festive welcome at the front door. These homemade DIY Thanksgiving wreaths feature beautiful autumnal colors, adorable turkeys, country burlap, colorful tulle, and more fun pieces, so you can choose the one that's perfect for your home.

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thanksgiving wreaths plaid leaves
Brian Woodcock
Playful Plaid Leaves

Make this playful plaid Thanksgiving decoration by wrapping a with patterned ribbon. Next, trace leaf stencils onto and attach your plaid fabric to cut out leaves. Then fuse several more cut out leaves to felt and cut them out. Attach the felt and plaid leaves to your covered base with pushpins or hot glue, and use a strip of leftover fabric to hang your creation.

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Wheat Horseshoe Wreath

This simple option is perfect for those looking to make an elegant statement.

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Metallic Magnolia Wreath

Nothing says "welcome!" more than a magnolia wreath, and this beauty, which features warm gold and bronze leaves, feels just right for Thanksgiving.

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corn husk thanksgiving wreath
Christopher Shane
Corn Husk Wreath

Make this wreath by attaching corn husks (roughly 18) and corncobs (roughly 9) in an alternating pattern on a flat-wire with hot-glue. Give the piece more texture and a perfectly imperfect look by fraying the ends of the husks.


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thanksgiving fall cookie wreath
Charles Schiller
Leaf Cookie Wreath

This edible creation is made from sugar cookies you can bake right at home! It's both a fun family activity and a work of art your Thanksgiving guests can enjoy at the end of your holiday feast.

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thanksgiving paper cone gratitude wreath
Lisa Hubbard
Thanksgiving Paper Cone Gratitude Wreath

Yes, this wreath is elegant and welcoming, but it's also a great conversation starter: Prior to your Thanksgiving dinner, ask guests to write down something they're grateful for on a piece of paper, which they can then tuck into this decoration's pockets.

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Yarn Thanksgiving Wreath

Calling all knitters! Use any autumnal-hued yarn you have lying around to decorate the base of this DIY. While we love it without the banner, we think the "thanks" garland makes it feel extra special.

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tulle turkey thanksgiving wreath
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Tulle Turkey Wreath

Even the most basic crafters can tackle this Thanksgiving turkey. A little paint and some tulle, and this cutie will be ready for the front door.

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Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Add some texture and color to your front door, mantel, or any empty wall with this pretty piece made with an oval embroidery hoop.

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Blessed Wreath

Inspire your family, friends, and all of your guests with this door decoration and festive message in one.

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Felt Leaf Thanksgiving Wreath

If you're looking to make one accessory that works for fall and Thanksgiving, try this multicolored beauty, which is fashioned on an embroidery hoop.

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welcome pumpkin thanksgiving wreath
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Welcome Pumpkin Wreath

Burlap bunting, a big pumpkin, and some autumnal foliage give a basic grapevine wreath some Thanksgiving flair.

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golden yellow leaf thanksgiving wreath
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Golden Leaf Wreath

For those looking for an inviting holiday accent that feels festive without being over-the-top, this stylish gold door decoration is just the thing.

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free printable thanksgiving wreath
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Free Printable Thankful Wreath

Thanks to this blogger's set of free printable leaves, this colorful Thanksgiving wreath—fashioned on a cardboard ring—costs next to nothing.

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give thanks hydrangea thanksgiving wreath
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Give Thanks Hydrangea Wreath

Tired of the same old autumnal color scheme? Pretty pastels can feel Thanksgiving-appropriate when paired with a festive message like "give thanks."

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thankful thanksgiving wreath
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Thankful Basket Wreath

Think beyond the basic wreath by transforming a into a work of Thanksgiving art.

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pinecone thanksgiving wreath
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Pinecone Wreath

If you often find yourself pressed for time around the holidays, skip the elaborate decorations and opt for this simple pinecone display, which you can use throughout the fall and for Christmas, too.

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Turkey Wreath

Paint, googly eyes, and colorful scraps are all you need to quickly transform a basic foam wreath into this friendly Thanksgiving turkey.

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