Fall Wreaths You Can Easily DIY

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DIY Fall Wreaths
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Social gatherings move indoors when the air chills and the leaves fall, which means that your entryway is suddenly a spotlight for seasonal decor. And if you're hosting a dinner party or throwing a holiday affair before the year's end, then now is the time to create a festive, homespun scene. Put a wreath on your front door to set the tone for the kind of vibe your guests can expect once they gather inside. Go with a cozy wreath to make them warmly anticipate a comforting meal, or opt for a colorful number to let everyone know that the good times are inside. From traditional looks to modern takes, these wreaths will give out a stylish first impression.

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Embossed Foil Wreath
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Get Glam Results With Ordinary Supplies

Your friends will be shocked when they find out your glam new embossed wreath is made from tin foil and gold spay paint. Use a wooden embroidery hoop as your base and hot glue the leaves in place. As you layer, slightly overlap your pieces to give your wreath some bulk and dimension. Bonus? This piece is so pretty, you can leave it up until long after New Year's Day.

Colorful Wreaths
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Coordinate Pops of Color

Choose a wreath (real or fake) in a bright vibrant color and grab a new doormat to match at the same time. The vibrant pops of color will make your front porch feel welcoming, and you may even want to add a chair or two for a cozy reading session outside.

Cozy Scarf Wreath
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Bundle Up From the Outside In

Baby, it's cold outside, so warm up your entryway with a cozy scarf wreath. Use different colors of flannel to cover your wreath form, or repurpose a few old shirts for the sake of the project. Weave in a scarf just like you would a ribbon, and then mimic a bow with a pair of gloves for an adorable finishing touch. Brr!

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