Hi Pretty Handy readers, it’s Colleen with Just Paint It. Although my focus is on painting now, I spent many years as a floral designer. With Fall right around the corner I thought you’d love to see this collection of 24 Creative Fall Wreaths.
Fall Floral Wreaths
This wreath lives up to its name as the “Easiest Fall Wreath ever!”
Jessica from Four Generations One Roof has a wonderful tutorial to make this full wreath laden with fall leaves and ornamentals.
If you prefer leaving part of the grapevine base visible, Sweet Something Designs has some beautiful wreath ideas.
Straw wreaths make great bases like this festive but inexpensive wreath using items from the dollar store.
Make a wecoming statement without flowers! This gorgeous magnolia wreath uses a white bud wreath as a base and hot glued fallen magnolia leaves behind it.
This lush wreath was created by Creative Green Living. She also shares tips to protect your door from getting scratched from the grapevine.
Brittany added some colorful preserved oak leaves to a cotton base to make a cheerful autumnal statement.
If you want to make your own design, follow these floral design basics – focal flowers, ornamentals, ribbons – in this tutorial by Just Paint It.
Fall Fruit Wreaths
Many think of gourds and pumpkins for Fall but it’s also harvest season for many fruit. The Wood Grain Cottage created this delish faux red apple wreath, cleverly hung with burlap over a chalkboard.
You can use fresh apples too, like this adorable wreath by Lucy at Craftberry Bush. Talk about sweet!
Don’t forget about “sugared” fruit. This bountiful wreath by Mad in Crafts could easily take you from Fall thru Christmas!
I’ve seen sweaters used on jars and vases but this cozy wreath was a first for me. It conveys a warm and festive welcome and is quite easy to make!
Just a Girl created another sweater wreath adorned with feathers. This wreath echoes the warmth of the season yet is simple in design.
Patterned burlap makes a unique and stylish Fall wreath. City Moms Blog has a complete tutorial to create your own Fall Burlap Wreath.
Skip To My Lou offers a different take on a burlap wreath, full of texture and dimension and pretty in its simplicity.
Who would think to use denim fabric for a wreath? Crafts by Amanda, that’s who. Playful and fun and a great way to upcycle jeans!
Neutral Color Fall Wreaths
Autumn certainly connotes images of rich hues, but neutral-colored wreaths have their own elegance like this White Raffia Wreath by StoneGable Blog.
This rustic chic wreath was made with strips of painter’s cloth by Live Laugh Rowe. Displaying it on the barn wood completes the look.
Vicki of The Creative Goddess braided a natural raffia wreath and offers an easy to follow video tutorial.
This oak leaf wreath made of book pages inspired an Autumn Garland.
This book page wreath wasn’t made specifically for Fall by The Nester but it’s so spectacular, I had to include it.
Finally, I’ve included these pieces to encourage you to think outside the . . . circle.
Kim of Sand and Sisal created a beautiful door swag for Fall that has a designer’s touch.
A green acorn wreath? Why not! Little Things Bring Smiles blog is credited designing this unique wreath.
If your baseball team is lucky enough to be playing in October (World Series) Mad in Crafts shows you how to make a baseball wreath, sure to please. Go Team!
An old rake with stems of bittersweet from Better Homes and Gardens that isn’t a wreath at all, but looks right at home on any door.
Whether you like vivid Fall colors or textural neutrals, a round wreath or old rake, I hope this collection has inspired you to create something fun this year.
Happy Fall y’all!