Spruce Up Your Home With These Wreaths

attractive middle aged woman hanging cranberry wreath on white front door

A beautiful, fall-themed wreath can significantly impact your home’s curb appeal. And while there are many great options in the stores, making your own can be a fun change. Of course, you can buy a wreath from the store. But another great choice is to design or create your own customized wreaths with the colors and materials you like the best. Try some of these DIY wreath ideas for fall to add to your home’s curb appeal.

All the Leaves Are Falling

One of the simplest and most attractive ideas is to make a wreath filled with colorful fall leaves. In fact, if you have natural fall leaves on the ground, you can glue or weave them into a grapevine wreath. Or, make a fall wreath you can use year after year by picking up fake fall leaves. Then, hot glue them in place and enjoy the brilliant reds, oranges, yellows, and browns the whole season.

Harvest Home

This textural wreath echoes harvest time with muted colors and beautiful items. For the base of this wreath, a straw form works well. Then, you’ll need two one-pound bundles of wheat or some other seeded, dried grass. In addition, you’ll be accenting this rustic wreath with pheasant feathers. Use U-shaped florist pins to secure the wheat and feathers in place. To get a fanned look with the wheat, you’ll need to stagger sections of the wheat.

Burlap Beauty

Put together a burlap wreath in no time at all with this idea. Start with a wire wreath form, about three rolls of burlap, and a few decorative bits like autumn leaves or pinecones. Next, you’ll pull and bunch the burlap through the wire frame to get loops or bubbles. Of course, you may have some loose ends. You can use tan or brown pipe cleaners to secure loose ends. Finally, use a glue gun to add your leaves, pinecones, or whatever you like.

A Berry Good Fall

Many people associate fall with ripe berries. You can showcase these bright beauties in your wreath. First, grab a grapevine wreath and some faux sprays of berries. Make sure you grab a few different colors that will stand out. In addition, you may want to add some fall-colored faux blooms if the berries alone aren’t enough. Weave your berry sprigs into the grapevine wreath until you are happy with the design. Finally, hot glue it all in place and marvel at your handiwork.

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Get Crafty and Design a Great Fall Wreath

Taking a little time to craft a fall wreath can result in a beautiful piece of decor you can use year after year. And since you created it, you’ll likely get compliments on your original design. In addition, you’ll be amazed how much a bright wreath can perk up the front of your home. And once you start with a fall wreath, you may find yourself crafting a wreath for every season!

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