DIY Fall Wreaths – Decor and Dine

DIY Fall Wreaths

“Fall: bright flame before winter’s deadness; harvest; orange, gold, amber; cool nights and the smell of fire”

 –Shauna Niequist

SONY DSCMargaret and I love autumn

Even as a child it was my favourite season.  I have fond memories of hunting for fallen pine cones, jumping into bright yellow, orange and red maples leaves and feeling the cool air brushing gently across my face.  The simple playfulness of childhood.  With this in mind, what better way to welcome autumn than with a DIY Fall wreath that captures the colours and harvest of autumn.

Here are some of our favourite DIY Fall Wreaths.  We hope it inspires you to begin decorating for the season.

A grapevine wreath with faux artichokes, pine sprigs, magnolia leaves, berries and seeded eucalyptus bush creates a bountiful Fall wreath that is captivating to the eye.fall wreath.1Bountiful Fall Wreath (photo credit)

This “harvest” wreath is stunning and smells like Fall with the addition of cinnamon sticks, dried orange slices and tiny pine cones scented with cinnamon.

I would be tempted to hang this on the inside of my door to enjoy the autumn scents.  diy fall wreath.1 DIY Fall Wreath (photo credit)

Not only is this wreath beautiful in its simplicity, it too has cinnamon scented pinecones that will take your breath away.scented pine coneScented Pinecone Wreath (photo credit)

Deck your door with a maple leaf wreath using branches from your yard.fall wreath.3Maple Leaf Wreath (photo credit)

This easy-to-make burlap wreath with blue flowers is beautifully made by Margaret.wreath, burlap

burlap wreathBurlap Wreath

A hydrangea wreath with muted fall colours and wrapped with a burlap ribbon was also made  by Margaret.

 It has been featured on Country Living Magazine numerous times.  I must admit it is my favourite.Hydrangea WreathHydrangea Fall Wreath

Favourite DIY Fall Wreaths

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