If hydrangeas are your favorite, your fall porch might benefit from a DIY hydrangea wreath from Garden Therapy.
When I decorate for fall, I make it a special effort to incorporate burlap fabric in ALL of the places that I possibly can! I love that the girls over at How to Nest for Less combined classic burlap with fall colored flowers.
This DIY apple wreath from The Woodgrain Cottage just looks like it smells amazing. I don’t know about you, but I’m in the mood for some apple pie now!
Use fake hydgrangea blooms to fashion this wreath from The Turquoise Home (one of my very favorite DIY blogs!) When Thanksgiving arrives, add a “Give Thanks” sign to stay current.
You might have to squint to see what this wreath is made of (I was unable to find a better image..ugh!) so you’ll probably be pretty surprised to learn that it’s made from corn husks! Country Living has the tutorial, and the shopping list!
Cover the bottom of an old serving tray with a coat or two of chalkboard paint, that way, you can welcome guests with a handwritten message! Change out the accessories as the seasons change.
Live Laugh Rowe has a super easy tutorial for a neutral fall wreath. This project is perfect for those of us who take a more subtle approach when decorating for the holidays.
Birch bark is tons of fun to craft with! I just love how it adds that highly sought-after farmhouse feel to any space. The DIY genuines over at Country Living made an entire wreath out of birch bark. Doesn’t it look amazing?
Hydrangea wreath, take three! Moving Forward used a wire wreath as the base of her project, and clustered together clumps of Hydrangeas.
If you’re interested in learning how to make this DIY wreath, Liz Marie Blog has an incredible tutorial! Make sure you check out the rest of her website, you’ll be inspired to start crafting immediately!
Growing up, my Mom always used to love to drag us to the local farmers market so she could buy Indian Corn. To decorate with, of course! When I saw this DIY wreath from Stone Gable Blog, I knew that my Mom would approve of my feature! This is what I imagine when I think of fall!
Although branches of Pussy Willow typically bloom in the early spring, they still make for a great fall wreath! Better Home and Gardens will walk you through the DIY process.
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