Looking for an easy and festive DIY? We’ve got you covered! These fall wreaths are the perfect way to decorate for the season, and the best part is, they are all super easy and inexpensive to make! Go ahead and grab up some wreath forms and your favorite fall items and get to crafting with us!
We love crafts that use up things we already have around the house. Even if you don’t have a spare bundt pan, you can always pick one up at your local thrift store for a few dollars. Once you have the bundt pan, simply paint it and glue on a few extras to make it festive. Tie a ribbon around the bundt pan and hang it up!
Isn’t this just the cutest? It looks like something we’d spend big bucks on. That is, if we didn’t know we could do it ourselves for a fraction of the cost! Grab a grape vine wreath, some wooden letters, a few styrofoam pumpkins, and let’s get to work! Cut the pumpkins in half and paint them. Then, spray paint the letters, adding a hint of glitter if you want. Put it all together, adding some leaves and pinecones as you see fit. That’s it!
Isn’t this such a fun idea? If you like the shabby chic look, this is definitely the wreath for you. Grab the inside of a bicycle tire (again, if you don’t want to dissasemble a bike you own, check out what’s available at your local thrift store), and spray paint it.Once that’s dry, simply attatch your favorite fall flowers with some floral wire.
What a cute, rustic cabin idea! Make a tube with chicken wire and fill it with pinecones, cotton, acorns, and really, whatever other fall things you want. Bend the tube into a circle and close off the ends. Add a festive bow or other extras and then hang this baby up!
Candy Corn Wreath
Perfect for Halloween, this candy corn wreath is large and in charge. Of course, you can make it smaller, depending on your preferences. Make the wreath for from taping pool noodles in a circle. You’ll want three layers total, to get the depth. Then, fold and glue layers of yellow, orange, and white tissue paper to get the look.