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DIY Beautiful Fall Wreaths

While we may be approaching mid-October (can you believe it?!), there’s no need to rush the fall season. We still have Halloween and Thanksgiving yet, so let’s slow down time and enjoy each day instead of rushing through to Christmas (we’re looking at you, department stores). Wreaths start to come back to the scene during fall, and what better way to dress up your home than with a pretty door decoration to welcome all of your guests. We scoured the pages of Pinterest for some of the most beautiful fall wreaths you can make yourself. Let us know which ideas you like best, or share your own crafty cues in the comments.

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Bunched burlap and a simple fabric floral arrangement make for an easy and simple wreath.

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Not a fan of your basic circle wreath? How about a monogram door hanger dressed up with leaves? If you want to use leaves from Mother Nature, try covering them with a modge podge or shellac to preserve them longer.

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A custom broom door decor is the perfect nod to Halloween. These twig brooms can be purchased at just about any craft store and can be dressed with whichever creepy crafts or goulish glam accents you choose.

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You’ll have your neighbors eating crow when you show them that you can in fact make a chic wreath our of bird feathers. Craft stores have black crow feathers like these a-plenty, making them the perfect accent to hot glue onto a standard wicker or Styrofoam wreath.

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Finally—a use for all of those pesky acorns you kind scattered all throughout your yard. Hot glue them to a wicker wreath for a truly organic arrangement.

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For heavier items like the gourds above, use wire or long nails to connect the gourds from behind to a Styrofoam wreath. Throw in a few leaves for good measure, and you have yourself a harvest beauty.