You don’t need to spend lots of cash to make pretty door wreaths this autumn – you can easily make a door wreath DIY with little cost.
This wreath was made with a few supplies from a craft store and a dollar store.
The Supplies You Need
I spent around 15 dollars on supplies, which included the wooden wreath from a local craft store, jewelry making wire, and potpourri.
All you need is a basic wreath form to get started – I used a wooden one that was medium-sized and also a smaller one that had a rough texture.
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Dress Up Your Front Door For Autumn
I wanted something that was true to fall colors, so stayed with neutrals including hints of orange and green.
You can, of course, use any colors you like!
This fall door wreath is inspired by Autumn but could also be made for Christmas, with a few color changes, and the knitted elements changed to mini Christmas trees, stockings and bells.
Your neighbors will love your DIY wreath and of course your guests that arrive for Thanksgiving!
You can use items that you find in the garden or in the forest, like pine cones, acorns, and twigs.
These things put together really give the wreath a fall harvest vibe, you could even add mini pumpkins.
Door Wreaths For Fall
You could also personalize the door wreath by adding the family initials, a ‘welcome’ sign or a ‘give thanks’ sign.
The door wreaths are so easy to make, once you have your main supplies, all you have to do is schedule a crafternoon, get your glue gun ready and go!
I put on an apron, covered my workspace in the paper, got the music on, and started, dying my fingers orange in the process and burning my finger on the glue gun – but it was all worth it.
Small or Large Size
I ended up making two front door wreaths, one was small and the other medium-sized.
I had more than enough potpourri and pine cones to make at least three wreaths, so I decided to make a smaller one too.
The orange colors just shout out ‘autumn’ and look great mixed with orange twine, and the wooden wreath base.
Add Pine Cones And Other Dried Elements
Once you have your supplies and workspace ready, all you need to do is plan a little for the pine cones if you are using those, as they will not stay in place with the glue.
I used jewelry-making wire to secure the pine cones into place and anything else that was large.
The smaller items will stay in place with the glue from the hot glue gun, I used leaves as a base if they would not stay in place.
Door Wreath DIY
Take a look at the easy printable instructions below and plan your own autumn door wreath.
Super easy and quick to make, the results are worth it and with any leftover supplies, you can make more to give as gifts to your friends, family, or neighbors!
Obviously be careful with the hot glue gun, it may seem small but it can burn you really easily! Any supplies can be used for this, including found objects from the garden or forest floor. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Door Wreath DIY
Obviously be careful with the hot glue gun, it may seem small but it can burn you really easily!
Any supplies can be used for this, including found objects from the garden or forest floor.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
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