There are many ways you can explore to make your front door more inviting for everyone that comes in. But the idea of using a wreath should really do the trick, especially during fall. Wreaths are simple but incredibly beautiful front door decor ideas that will easily transform your home’s exterior. Also, they’re quite inexpensive.
As a matter of fact, the following is a list of DIY fall wreaths that will cost almost nothing. You just need to spare a few minutes of your time to make them!
Book Leaves Wreath
A paper wreath is an incredible and stunning addition to any front door. It’s also something that requires just a little bit of creativity to make. Here’s how to make it:
Start by drawing a maple leaf shape into some cardboard.
Cut out the leaf and create a stencil.
Find a vintage book, trace out the stencil, and cut up to 100 leaves from the paper.
Use some hot glue to attach the cutout paper leaves.
That’s it! Hang them on the door using a standard ribbon and you have a beautiful new wreath.
Corn Husk Wreaths
The colorful Indian corn is perfectly themed for fall and there is no reason why it can’t feature in your front door wreath. Find 20 medium-sized Indian corn and arrange together to form a rounded shape. You can use hot glue to achieve this. Make sure the corn is exposed by slightly detaching the husks.
This deliciously looking candy wreath can also be a great decorative piece for your front door.
Start by gathering an assortment of old-fashioned candies.
Make sure you get as many different colors as possible.
Attach the candies on rounded foam using hot glue.
Finish the design with a small colorful ribbon and hang the ensemble on the door.
Fall Fruit Wreath
Fruits and fall definitely go hand in hand. This is why our fall fruit wreath is purposefully designed to make the season with style. It’s also a simple wreath to make. The only thing you need to do is add faux apples to the bottom of a grapevine wreath and copy the look of the wreath above.
Tip: You can use boldly colored ribbons as well to hang the arrangement on the door for the best results.
Flowers and Gourds Wreath
In case you feel that something is still missing, you can give it more character by adding a few flowers. The wreath features gorgeous flowers, small gourds and colorful ribbons neatly attached to a grapevine base. This wreath is not just ideal for the front door. It can also be perfect for any outdoor dinner party!
Puzzle Piece Wreath
In case you have kids who are already grown up, there is a chance you still have those old puzzles they used to play with laying around somewhere. Well, it’s time to put them to good use.
You can use these delightfully colored puzzles to create a whimsical wreath perfectly themed for the fall season!
Eucalyptus Fall Wreath
The fresh fragrance of eucalyptus can lift the spirit and it’s definitely something you’d love to bring to your front door. The great thing about dried eucalyptus is that it can actually last for the entire year without any issues. Just make sure it’s kept away from the elements.
Chalkboard Fall Wreath
The chalkboard can also be a great option when it comes to seasonal décor. It’s a charming addition that can be created together with the kids. All you need is a simple rounded frame and a chalkboard glued in the middle. One large faux flower should also be added on one side of the wreath to get the best effect.
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