DIY Fall Wreaths you can start right now…


We know….we know….it’s still warm, and it’s August and you want to squeeze every last drop out of summer you can.

Six Fall DIY Wreaths

BUT….we also know (because Hobby Lobby and Michael’s told us so) that FALL is just around the corner, and if you’re like us and need plenty of time to transition we thought it would fun to share….

Six DIY Fall Wreaths you can start on right now!

Spray painted DIY Popcorn Kernel Fall Wreath

Vanessa created this fun Spray Painted Popcorn Kernel Wreath, last year, that is sophisticated and simple!

Natural Popcorn Kernel Wreath

Natural Popcorn Kernel Wreath

Here’s another fun Popcorn Kernel Wreath from Ashley of Cherished Bliss, that is left natural and has pretty fall embellishments…and it uses a pool noodle…see a Summer reference… 😉

Fall wreath with fabric and felt flowers

Fall Wreath With Fabric and Felt Flowers

We love this Fabric and Felt Flowers Wreath from our friends at Uncommon Designs!
Bonnie and Trish give the full tutorial over on their blog.

DIY Fall Log Wreath

DIY Fall Log Wreath

Rustic is so chic! Randi of Duke and Duchesses is sharing how to create this DIY Fall Log Wreath.

Fabric Rosette Wreath for Fall

Another fun Fall Rosette Wreath from our friend Anna of Ask Anna.
We love these Flower Rosettes and they could be used in so many ways!

DIY Corn Husk Fall Wreath

This popular Cornhusk Wreath, created by Vanessa, had a place in Cottages and Bungalows magazine last year! Visit the post to see how you can recreate it for yourself.

For more great FALL INSPIRATION be sure to follow along with us on our Fall Pinterest Board.

Follow At The Picket Fence’s board Seasons: Falling for Fall on Pinterest.

See you back here soon…at the picket fence!


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