That’s why we’re so excited to have found a group of very creative DIY bloggers that have shared their DIY wreaths for the holidays!
Halloween Wreaths and Fall Wreaths
DIY Thanksgiving Wreath – I love this wreath because it’s so elegant and simple enough to craft with your kids. Thanks to Frugal Mom Eh! for crafting this beauty!
Tutu Halloween Wreath – How adorable is this Tutu Halloween Wreath?! I love this, and plan on crafting this with my kids this weekend. Not only is fun for our door, but it would make a great housewarming gift! Awesome job, Jade Louise Designs!
Fall Mesh Poly Deco Wreath – This fall wreath is both classy and fun, thanks to The Nerd’s Wife (I love that name, by the way!). Embellishments can be customized to your taste and it’s sure to garner you many compliments this holiday season.
DIY Holiday Burlap Wreath – The Nerd’s Wife does it again with this subtly festive burlap holiday wreath. This would be perfect both indoors and out and is sure to match many decor.
DIY Easy & Inexpensive Fall Wreath – Two of my favorite words – easy and inexpensive – right in the title! The blog Saving More Than Me hit the nail on the head with this quickly cute wreath that even a beginner crafter can create.
Simple Halloween Wreath – I die at the cuteness and mix of colors of this adorable wreath from A Million Moments! This could be customized in so many ways, indoors and out, and is made even cuter by using her felt flowers and rosettes (see below for instructions!)
Bonus Fall Crafts
DIY Mason Jar Ring Crafts – A perfect fall centerpiece for a table, Thanksgiving dinner, or just a fun project for the kids, thanks to 2Sisters!
Felt Flowers And Rosettes – These adorable felt flowers and rosettes can be used for wreaths, hair accessories and even clothing. Thanks to A Million Moments, they’re super easy, extremely inexpensive and each takes less than five minutes to make.
Upcycled Floral Wreath For Kids – I love that our gal at A Million Moments also found a way to recycle all of those Capri Sun pouches that we all hate to throw away. Sometimes, I get the feeling they’re meant for greater things, and here it is! A kids-friendly craft for a wreath!