Monday Makes – Autumn wreath ideas

86a9b9b7d6a3bc94c1c3963c47f34524Wreaths aren’t just for Christmas! Due to the gorgeous colours and objects that are associated with autumn, this season is one of the best times to add some decorations to your home, wreaths included. You can either hang one on your front door for a warm welcome, or around your home for a touch of autumnal fun. We’ve put together this list of inspiring links that will help you get started on making your own!

Easy Fall Wreath DIY – this wreath is made from things that you can easily buy from craft stores and the finished product is very effective!

Felt Leaves Autumn Wreath – this wreath is simplistic in it’s design, but the final look is stunning. This is also a craft to do with kids.

How To Dry Oranges – despite dried oranges being more common at Christmas, they’d look gorgeous on an autumn wreath, so why not make your own?

DIY Minimalistic Fall Wreath – if you don’t want too many bright colours, this more minimal and understated wreath is the way to go.

Forage A Wreath For Fall – this post has a gallery showing how to make a pinecone and acorn wreath that will definitely get your creative juices going.

How To Preserve Leaves In Wax – if you’d like a natural approach to your wreath, why not use real leaves preserved in wax for longevity?

Autumn Decor Fall Wreath – although this wreath looks very impressive, there really isn’t too much to it, making it very easy to achieve.

Halloween Ribbon Wreath – this wreath uses Halloween ribbon for a spooky look, but the same technique can be used with autumnal ribbons.

Witch Hat Wreath Tutorial – this is one of our favourite wreaths in this whole post! How fab does it look?

Fall Wreath Candle Centrepiece – wreaths don’t just have to be for the door or wall. This candle centrepiece would look great on a dinner table.

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