7 Fabulous Fall Wreaths You Can Make in a Half Hour
Add instant curb appeal with one of these fabulous fall wreath ideas from HomeTalk.
Take a 30 minute break to update your outdoor fall decor with a fabulous wreath. These quick designs from creative bloggers are sure to draw some neighborly admiration, thrill trick-or-treaters, and impress your holiday guests. Just grab a few materials and spend a half hour crafting your way to autumn bliss.
Turn Plastic Skeleton Hands into a Bony Greeting
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If you spot those cheap plastic skeleton hands at the Dollar Store, don’t pass them by! Instead, give them a quick coat of silver paint and use them to line a super spooky Halloween wreath. Imagine your visitors’ surprise when they spot this bony-fingered greeting on your front door. (Here’s how to make it)
Gather Fallen Twigs for This Natural Beauty
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To make your own simple and stunning stick wreath, just take a quick trip to your backyard, and grab a couple handfuls of twigs. Fast and totally free, this clever design is delicate, beautiful, and the perfect way to greet guests this season. (See the tutorial here)
String up a Strand of Fall Colored Poms Poms
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If you’re looking for a fun, fresh design, try mixing a black painted grapevine wreath with tiny colorful pom poms all in fall hues. These easy strings just take a couple of minutes to put together, so add as many strands as you’d like to pretty-up your curb appeal. (Get directions here)
Make a Creepy Crow Wreath
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Cut a circle of cardboard, and then attach a feathery ring of black Dollar Store crows, for this creepy greeting. To complete your look, add the Halloween message from a trick-or-treating bag, or draw your own with a Sharpie, and top it off with a large decorative bow. (Directions here)
Craft a Rustic Wreath with Pine Cones and Burlap
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Stay natural and neutral-toned, with pine cones and burlap ribbon, both staples in fall decor. This look is perfect to pair with a wooden fence or a colorful front door, and there’s plenty of space for adding a welcoming banner or a tiny clip-on chalkboard sign. (Get the how-to here)
Make a Vibrant Bursting Decoration with Faux Flowers
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Turn a green foam wreath ring into an explosion of fall color, by simply poking it through with wire stems of bright faux flowers. You might think this design sounds too simple to be true, but that’s really all it takes to create instant beauty for your front door. (Make your own with this how-to)
Brighten Your Exterior with a Colorful Mix of Burlap
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A mix of three colors of burlap creates a fall color collage made to wow visitors. All it takes is a bit of tucking, twisting, and tying, to add just the right amount of billowy charm to your autumn home. Add a touch more design, with some foam pumpkins and a couple sprays of dollar store berries. (See how to make it here)
For more amazing wreath ideas, check out the DIY wreath page on Hometalk!
Lindsay is the the Director of Media Engagement for Coldwell Banker Real Estate and manages the brand’s media and social media department. She is also a licensed real estate professional. In 2017 & 2018, she was named a top 20 social influencer in the real estate industry in the annual Swanepoel 200 power rankings.
Lindsay lives in Livingston, NJ with her college sweetheart and now husband Joe and rwelcomed another Joe into her life as she became a mom in June 2016.