Since it’s starting to feel like autumn where I live, and also because I think we all are daydreaming about the upcoming holiday season, I thought I’d put together all our best DIY wreath tutorials for you. Get ready to craft! We have something for almost every season and holiday. First up is this any-time-of-the-year pampas grass wreath.
You could use faux, fresh, or dried florals for this flower grapevine wreath; plus customize the colors to fit any season.
In this paper flower wreath tutorial, you’ll not only learn to make a wreath, but all the paper florals which could be used in other projects like garlands or a paper bouquet.
Looking to add a phrase or words to your wreath? Try this welcome home door wreath DIY and customize to any phrase or your family surname.
Personally, I LOVE to go walks this time of year, sometimes stopping to collect pretty leaves or sticks. This is the perfect craft project for turning those found sticks into a DIY twig and pom pom wreath for your front door. You could customize this with driftwood if you are one of those coastal types. 🙂
Need a classic autumn floral wreath? Look no more! This super simple autumn floral wreath tutorial is all you need.
If you are a fan of creating wreaths with fresh elements you will love this DIY fresh mandarin wreath project.
I love this white and gold holiday wreath—a good option for the holiday season or even long into the winter.
This easy DIY yarn wreath may be the easiest (and least expensive) to make; plus you can customize the yarn and ribbon to different colors for any season.
If you are looking for something over the top for your Thanksgiving or Christmas get togethers this year (is anyone having those?), try this fresh cranberry wreath.
If you crave a project that is a little more advanced, make this PVC pipe wreath. You can decorate it with lots of different seasonal items like faux birds for the holidays or spring and pumpkins (or spiders) for Halloween. So many possibilities!
I love this disco ball wreath for the holiday season as well as New Year’s. This wreath is ready to party!
If you’re like me, you may have an ever-growing stash of random felt bits and pieces. Here’s a simple DIY felt flower wreath project you can use those scraps on.
I sometimes feel lost when it comes to decorating for the Easter or the spring season, but I LOVE this bunny pom pom wreath!
Need another option to celebrate spring or Easter? Make this spring wreath.
Last is an oldie but a goodie. Ha. I still sort of love this DIY tie wreath. Oh yes, this wreath is made from thrifted men’s ties. 🙂
I hope this has inspired you to make a wreath for your front door and give at least your mail carrier something festive to look at. Happy crafting, friends! -Emma