Now that it is officially Fall it is time to give your home a little Autumn flair. One of the easiest and most noticeable ways to let your neighbors know that you are participating in the Autumn season this year is to put out a wreath! Heading into a home decor store to find a cute Fall wreath is probably not the best idea, though. They’re usually insanely expensive for something that only lasts for a couple months, so opting to DIY it is probably going to be your best option.
After perusing the internet for a bit I found 2 really adorable wreaths that don’t look like they require too much time or effort, but look fantastic! You can easily customize these to designs that work with craft supplies you already have, or mix up the elements to create your own masterpiece.
1. This Sparkly Letter Leaf Wreath from Hobby World is my favorite. I love that all you need to do is make a bow, arrange the fake leaves and place your letter in the center and hot glue it all down. Super simple but very festive! All of these supplies can easily be found in your local craft store. Make sure to check out the sales before you go, I know that Hobby Lobby is great about having lots of discounts going to each store section every week. They also usually always have 40% off a single item, just google “hobby lobby coupon” and it’s almost always the first link to pull up.
2. I know that I said Wreath Number 1 was my favorite, but after looking at this adorable Burlap Fall Wreath from the Card Store I’m not so sure anymore. I just can’t get over how great an idea the chalkboard is! It would be so easy to change it from “Happy Fall” to “Happy Halloween” in October and “Happy Thanksgiving” in November! The blogger also mentioned that she used pins to secure her decorations instead of hot glue so that the Fall foliage could be swapped for Christmas come December. Brilliant.
I am so excited to try both of these creations out for myself. Wreaths really set the tone of your house for any guests, and they’re a simple way to spruce up your curb appeal!
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