9 Gorgeous DIY Fall Wreath Ideas You Can Make In 30 Minutes Or Less

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Decorate your front door for fall with one of these easy diy fall wreath ideas that you can make in 30 minutes or less.

Fall is the prettiest season of the whole year!  Get your front door fall ready with one of these welcoming and easy to make diy fall wreath ideas.

Front porch decorated for fall Fall front porch #FallDecor #Mums #FallPlanters #PorchDecor

One of the very first things I do to welcome any season to my home is to make an eye catching new wreath.  Nothing gives a more heartfelt and cheery welcome to my guests than greeting them with a beautiful wreath on my front door!

I love to try out a new wreath every year and am currently working on a brand new wreath for this fall, that I’ll be sharing soon.  But right now I want to share 9 other stunning wreaths that I created in the past to inspire you to create something new for your own entrance or to hang somewhere in your home.

Every single one of them is easy to make and can be completed in 30 minutes or less!  I just know that any one of these creations would be a beautiful addition to your home!


You only need a few supplies to make a knockout diy fall wreath like this one.  You’ll need a large embroidery hoop, two types of ribbon, a few fall sprigs, a cute fall sign and a hot glue gun.

diy fall wreath large embroidery hoop with fall sprigs and sign glued on it


You don’t even need any glue for this homespun wreath!  Purchase a pre-made grapevine wreath and a few fall springs.  Then simply wedge the stems of the sprigs into the wreath.  Super easy!


Here’s another version of a diy fall wreath that is super easy. Embellish an earthy grapevine wreath!  This one is surrounded with branches of bittersweet that have been wedged into the wreath along with a few fall floral sprigs wedged into the wreath at the bottom to give it extra oomph.

diy fall wreath with bittersweet branches and floral sprigs


A diy fall wreath doesn’t have to be an actual wreath at all!  These next examples are all nature inspired hanging baskets that have been filled with artificial fall foliage stems.

hanging basket filled with artificial fall floral stems
hanging basket filled with fall stems
hanging basket on a front door filled with fall floral stems


To make this fall sunflower wreath, start with a wispy grapevine wreath to serve as the base.  Add inexpensive small faux pumpkins, sunflowers (these were cut from longer stems) and a few pieces of ribbon.  All of the elements are glued into place with a hot glue gun to create a rustic warm wreath!

diy fall wreath embellished with pumpkins, sunflowers and green ribbon


To make a whimsical wreath such as this one purchase a wispy grapevine wreath, plus a pre-made eucalyptus wreath and a few stems with tiny pumpkins attached.  Attach the eucalyptus wreath to the grapevine wreath with floral wire.

Cut the pumpkins from the stems, leaving a few inches on the end of where you cut the pumpkin, and simply tuck them into the greenery of the wreath.

green eucalyptus wreath embellished with faux pumpkins


Remember that diy fall sunflower wreath from up above?  Remake it into a coastal fall wreath by painting a few of the pumpkins, hot gluing some pieces of coordinating ribbon and tucking in a few starfish.  Transformation complete!

diy fall wreath embellished with pumpkins, sunflowers, starfish and ribbon
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See a diy fall wreath idea that inspires you?  Let me know in the comments!

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  1. Nice collection of Fall ideas. Love your vignettes in the different rooms. It’s all so cozy and welcoming for the season. Wonderful to visit your blog today. Susie from The Chelsea Project

  2. All of your wreath ideas are so pretty. I especially love that basket with the foliage inside of it. Thanks for sharing so many ideas. So glad you joined us on the tour!

  3. I definitely can’t pick a favorite of your wreaths. I love them all and I always enjoy your porch and mantel decor.

  4. All of your wreaths are gorgeous!! They are all perfect for welcoming the best season of all! Happy Fall!

  5. Norma Rolader says:

    WOW!!!! Love all of your wreaths I cannot pick just one!!! I love the way you have done your front porch with the wreaths and lanterns on the planters!! Love each of you ladies that do the podcast and all your ideas and decor!!! God bless and please keep in your prayers all of Texans, Florida and the hurricane Irma and the fires our mountain areas are having

  6. Norma Rolader says:

    WOW!!!! forgot to mention the mirror and decor in dining room love the idea of using a suction cup to hang the wreath God bless

  7. I love how you’re reused and reinvented your fall foliage Suzy! I remember your wonderful metal topiaries, they’re my favorite addition to your fall front porch!

  8. Hi Suzy, I lost my comment…let me try again. I love how you repurposed and used your fall foliage for your multiple wreaths and baskets. Your metal topiaries on your front porch are wonderful and my favorite addition!

  9. Beautiful! I just happen to have a nice hanging wicker basket that I was wondering what to do with. Now I know how to fix it up. Thanks!

  10. All so very beautiful…I tend to use the same wreath too as a base as it fits my doors well….As always so creative and gorgeous…love your front porch!!

  11. Your ideas and talent amaze me. I love the various ways you have to share your Fall wreaths.
    Have a wonderful Fall season.

  12. So many great ideas! I have a wall pocket that I need to add Fall elements to. Now I have your ideas to follow. Thanks so much!

  13. This is just so warm and inviting … I love it!

  14. These are great fall ideas! Now if we could just have some cooler weather (& no hurricanes) in Florida!

  15. I LOVE all the Fall/pumpkins orange with your grey!!! Looks so good!

  16. So many great fall wreath ideas! I especially love the woven basket with the sunflowers. Thanks for sharing your expertise with us. So glad you joined us on the Fall Ideas Tour!

  17. Maryann @ Domestically Speaking says:

    So many beautiful fall wreaths! It’s hard to choose a favorite because they all are truly lovely!

  18. So simple and no glue gun required!! I think I could probably actually make one myself! Thanks for the ideas and inspiration.

  19. Ohhh…so many lovely ideas! But I think the basket has to be my favorite. It’s so beautiful!

  20. I love all your wreaths, so pretty, but I especially love the mantle and hearth decor. Our fireplace is undergoing a renovation, we need to hurry up and get it finished so I can use some of your ideas!

  21. Jennifer hodges says:

    Love making fall wreaths! The colors of the florals are so beautiful!

  22. Lovely wreaths! Fall is my favorite season and these ideas bring me back to the craft table ? Thankyou for the inspiration!

  23. I love all these wreathes. I cannot even choose a favorite. They are so gorgeous.

  24. You are one talented lady. All of these wreathes are so appropriate for Autumn.

  25. i am in awe of your Fall wreathes. They are all so beautiful and well made. You did such a good job. Thank you for sharing.

  26. I love how versatile you are, totally inspiring! Every look is my next favorite! I love the basket most thought I think

  27. Your gorgeous porch gets me every time! And it looks so cozy with that gorgeous Fall wreath!

  28. Such beautiful decoration ideas! Love those wreathsl, and the flowers that are added. Adding flowers to any decoration is never too much. Thanks for the inspiration!

  29. audra taber says:

    What did you put arpund the grapevine wreath that is on your front door with the sunflowers and berries. It looks like you put something else around the rest of the grapevine wreath as well. I just love how it looks!

    1. Hi Audra. Glad you like my wreath! The extra things that you see are faux bittersweet branches that I cut apart and tucked in between the vines of the grapevine wreath. SO easy!

  30. Vee Muller says:

    Love your fall mantel!

  31. I love how you suggest not to throw out seasonal décor. The idea of adding to it or painting it is economical and helps me not to get bored with the same thing each year. Great Tips!

  32. Love the grapevine wreath with the bittersweet. Simple and lovely!

  33. Jan Fusco says:

    Great ideas for reusing wreaths over and over. I’m going to give that a try.

  34. Love all of your decorating ideas and tutorials.

  35. Mary Geldreich says:

    I love that long wicker basket. I’ve seen them in my craft supply store but have never been able to imagine what to do with them. Now I know. Beautiful!!!

  36. Frances Cox says:

    The beautiful autumn door baskets make my heart smile!

  37. Audrey Stewart says:

    I am getting ready to hang my wreaths fro the Fall. I love the ideas you put on this post. You are so talented.

  38. Some great fall decor ideas! Thanks!

  39. Kylie Keener says:

    I love all of these wreath ideas! Super simple and inexpensive 🙂

  40. I love wreaths! I like to use them not only as door decor, but around lanterns, candles and even ceramic roosters, so I was excited to see new DIY ideas. Thanks for sharing!

  41. Sunflowers scream FALL to me. I love them! I prefer a compact and colorful arrangement on my doors. The sunflowers in the basket is absolutely perfect for me. Thanks for such great ideas.

  42. Lucy Beliveau says:

    Your blog is so comforting, Suzy. I love to see it in my inbox!

    Like everyone else I am so impressed with your wreaths! My income is really limited so your ideas and my pocketbook will get along pretty well! Thank you for supplying me with some solutions for my fall decorating!

  43. You’re so sweet, Lucy – thank you! Glad you’ve been able to get some ideas!

  44. Where did you get the welcome to my home sign on your first wreath pictured? Love you pictures & hope to make one!!

    1. I found it at Hobby Lobby last year, but I’ve seen them there this year too. 😀

  45. Katarina - Sukhirugs.com says:

    Wow, these are fantastic and so creative! The embroidery hoop is so beautiful and I can already think of the perfect place for it. The basket wreath is the most innovative for sure, love how cheerful and playful it looks like. Thanks for sharing these ideas!

  46. Fiona Jackson says:

    Amazing wreath ideas. wreaths are always so charming and can be used for multiple occasions.