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Pinterest Inspired Fall Wreaths

By: Amanda Magnus

Door hangings and wreaths really make a home look inviting! I love how they spruce up a plain front door and can be interchanged for the different seasons and holidays. I started out making tulle wreaths a few years ago and currently have the one pictured below on our front door.

Tulle Wreath

But it’s time for something new! So, I went searching on Pinterest for some new ideas. I, of course, can’t decide on which one to make, so I need your help! You can comment below and vote for which one you’d like to see me make. We will also be posting the options on our Facebook and Instagram pages so you can vote there as well.

Option #1: Fall Hydrangea Wreath

This wreath is a win-win in my book. I love hydrangeas and fall colors so it’s really the best of both worlds! This wreath looks amazing but is still something simple to put together.

Fall Hydrangea Wreath from Amazon

Option #2: Burlap and Flower Wreath

Burlap always makes me think of fall. I don’t know why, but it does! This wreath pairs burlap with some fall colored flowers for a beautiful statement piece!

Burlap and Flower Wreath from How to Nest for Less

Option #3: Grapevine Wreath

I love the simple look of this wreath! It’s not your traditional wreath with flowers but uses pine cones instead. Since this is a neutral colored wreath it would look great if you have a bold color for your front door.

Grapevine Wreath from Crafts Unleashed

Option #4: Grapevine Wreath with Letter

This wreath is another simple idea similar to option #3 but it adds some color with the leaves and you can even add a letter for your last name!

Grapevine Leaf Wreath from Home Bunch

Option #5: Indian Corn Wreath

Okay this wreath is definitely one of my favorites because it is so unique! I would love to make this wreath but I haven’t found any cost-effective ways to get my hands on the ears of corn. So I’ll add this wreath into the voting but if it wins and I can’t find a cost effective way to get the ears of corn I’ll go to the wreath with the second amount of votes. If you vote for this wreath and know where to get the ears of corn for a deal let me know!

Indian Corn Wreath from Stone Gable Blog

So there you have it, my 5 favorite wreaths! Vote on which one you want to see me do a step-by-step tutorial on, as well as a cost break down!

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