Fall Wreath Ideas

Updated: Feb 18, 2019

Bring to life your front door with these three adorable fall wreath ideas! In this video, I give you the step-by-step instructions for making very different wreaths that each bring elements of beauty and charm to your home. Perfect for even the beginner crafter, these wreaths are easy to make but look like they were created professionally!

Difficulty Level: Beginner

Project Time: 30 minutes per wreath


2 grapevine wreaths

1 wooden palette plaque

1 fall garland

2-3" wide red ribbon

Decorative, stuffed owl

Red and yellow sunflowers

Hot glue gun

White acrylic paint

Small paint brush


Gold glitter glue

Wire cutters


What to Do:

The First Wreath:

Cut garland to fit wreath.

Tie onto the wreath using twine. I like to loop every 2 inches or so around the wreath and garland to make sure it stays put!

Go back with glitter glue, and outline leaves here and there for a little bling!

The Second Wreath:

Write 'Happy Fall' in pencil, and go back over in white acrylic paint.

Cut leaves, squash, and berries from leftover garland, and glue onto the board.

Outline a few of the leaves with glitter glue.

That's it for this amazing fall decoration!!!

The Third Wreath:

Attach leftover garland to a grapevine wreath using twine.

Glue on sunflowers next to the garland, leaving room for the owl at the bottom center.

Tie a bow using the red ribbon, and glue onto the top of the wreath.

So much fun!!! The Amazon links have the materials you need for this project, but to be honest, I found my sunflowers, ribbon, and owl at the Dollar Tree, and because my garland was leftover, this wreath only cost me a few dollars to make. Who says a fancy wreath needs to be expensive?

Let us know which wreath is your favorite in the comments below! Thanks for reading!

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