DIY Fall Wheat Wreath
The minimalist can make a classic wreath that still feels right for the season with just six supplies—some of which you’ll already have on hand (the rest can be purchased at any craft store). Simply pin stems of wheat to a straw wreath form until sufficiently filled.
Idea and photo by On Sutton Place. Get the full tutorial here.
Thanksgiving Corn Husk Wreath
You can pick up corn husks, this craft’s main supply, in the International foods aisle at your local supermarket when you do the rest of your Thanksgiving shopping. Then use a hot glue gun to attach the husks and a few feathers to a wreath form.
Idea and photo by Design Improvised. Get the full tutorial here.
Thankfulness Wreath With Gold Dipped Leaves
Turn this craft into a mindful project fit for the whole family by asking the kids to come up with a gratitude list. Then use a gold sharpie to color the tips of each “leaf” and document everything the family is thankful for. Hang it proudly on your door.
Idea and photo by Bubbly Nature Creations. Get the full tutorial here.
Sprinkle cardstock with fine glitter in warm autumnal colors (or, in a pinch, save time by buying glittered cardstock). Once dry, glue your “leaves” to a wreath form and add a bow. Pro tip: Hairspray will help to keep sparkly specks from falling all over your porch.
Idea and photo by Homemade by Jill. Get the full tutorial here.
DIY Apple Wreath
Not just for apple pie, the juicy red fruit stuns as door décor, too. The faux variety ensures the wreath will last the entirety of the season. Use natural filler to cover up any gaps and add a strip of burlap for a sturdy, natural hanger.
Idea and photo by The Wood Grain Cottage. Get the full tutorial here.
Thanksgiving Wreath With Burlap Bunting
Indian Corn Wreath DIY
Fall Wreaths With Acorns
If you live in an area where acorns are scattered all over the ground during the fall months, send the kids out to collect a bunch—or buy a bag—to recreate this autumnal showpiece. Carefully glue each one onto a wreath form and adorn with a burlap bow.
Idea and photo by Tried and True Blog. Get the full tutorial here.