With fall knocking on the door, it’s time to make your home harvest-ready! Purchasing autumn décor is pricey but you don’t need to break the bank to have a festive home this fall season.
Hometalk—the largest online community for home and garden tips on the web—has over 65 Do-It-Yourself fall-inspired wreaths that will help you decorate your home on a dime.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the creative and resourceful wreaths that anyone can make:
Elegant Double Fall Wreath – Double your wreath for double the effect! Learn how just using pool noodles from the dollar store and yarn turns into a low-cost door decoration.
Coffee Filter Creation – This simple, beginner level, DIY wreath uses only coffee filters and some burlap. Save a filter to brew yourself fresh coffee while making this elegant piece!
Save those kernels! – Pop yourself some popcorn but don’t throw out those kernels! This fall wreath is made entirely of popcorn kernels. Add some leaves or ribbon to make this delicious and resourceful creation your own.
Marvelos Magnolia Leaves – Raking those leaves will be worth it! This wreath is made of just dried magnolia leaves and glue. Any dried leaves will work and adding a burlap ribbon creates a rustic feel.
Burlap & Lace with a Modern Twist – Your wreath doesn’t have to look like it came from Grandma’s attic. This wreath is fun, funky, and modern. Use any color scheme that fits your style!
Click here for step-by-step directions for each and for a full list of the festive and fall-inspired DIY wreaths featured on Hometalk.com.