10 wreaths for fall • A Subtle Revelry

10 wreaths for fall

Wreaths are one of the simplest ways to dress up a space for any occasion. Traditionally, they are made from Evergreen branches and symbolize strength and unity. If you need a quick decoration to welcome guests at your front door, then these easy wreath tutorials are perfect.

The yarn ball wreath above is a great example of how you can use everyday items to adorn your entrance for fall!

Use your felt scraps for a felt wreath that looks like it’s made from leaves but will last forever.

Personalize your entrance by framing your monogrammed wreath and adding hanging it with some ribbon.

This sunshine wreath combines autumn twigs and fabric rosettes to brighten things up.

Who says you can’t play with your food? Use vegetables as inspiration to make a brussels sprout wreath.

Add your creative touch to this painted paper floral wreath with any color palette of your choice.

Fill a bag of nuts for a unique acorn wreath that will make the squirrels jealous.

Show off your skills with a pumpkin crochet wreath that is much easier than it looks.

Mix up the traditional route with a pinecone wreath that includes a note for each of your guests.

For a wreath that is practically made already, pick up a ceiling medallion from your local hardware store and tie a bow around it. No one will believe what it really is!


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