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DIY Front Door Wreath for Fall

This DIY front door wreath is a perfect fall project! Use our simple tutorial below to create it in an afternoon, and dress up your porch for fall.

front door wreath for fall
front door wreath for fall

Who remembers this super-fun, crazy-colorful DIY Halloween wreath?! Well, this year I just wasn’t in a rainbow mood. So I used the same idea but took it down a notch to create this pretty DIY front door wreath for fall! I love the finished product and it’s just the right amount of colorful for me right now.

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A Neutral Pink Front Door Wreath

For this front door wreath, I didn’t want to get rid of any trace of color, so I used a creamy off-white with some pale pinks tossed in as an accent (although pink is often a neutral around here!). I finished the pumpkins off with gold painted stems to add a little visual interest.

It stands out really beautifully on our yellow front door, but this would look lovely on a natural wood door, or just about any color! (Black would look great, don’t you think?)

front door wreath for fall

How to Hang a Front Door Wreath without damaging the door

I use this secret every year to hang our front door wreaths around the holidays! We don’t use nails, door hangers, or ribbon. Nope!

Just one simple secret weapon: Command Hooks! The medium or large outdoor hooks are plenty sturdy to hold a wreath, they hide completely out of sight, and when you remove them they leave your door without a mark. Perfect.

If you are creating a heavier wreath, I recommend using a large hook. You can check the weight rating to make sure the hook will hold your creation. This wreath is hung on a medium clear hook and it’s sturdy and strong.

How to Make our Neutral Pink Fall wreath

Materials

  1. Decide on your colors. I used paint colors we had on hand in a mix of spray paint and craft paint (off-white and pale pink).
  2. Paint an equal number of pumpkins in each of your colors. Allow to thoroughly dry. You may need to go back with a couple extra coats for touchups. I did one coat on the top, one on the bottom, and one touchup coat.
  3. Paint the stem of each pumpkin or gourd gold.
  4. Cut out long strips of felt and wrap them tightly around your wreath form, securing every few inches with hot glue. This creates a base to which you can glue your pumpkins.
  5. Lay out the pumpkins around the front door wreath to get a general idea of how many you can fit and how full you’d like it to be. Start by glueing on the larger pieces all the way around. Fill in with medium-sized pumpkins and finish by adding the smallest pieces where you need some extra filler.

To see process photos, check out this post!

Have fuN!

That’s it! Hang up your front door wreath to welcome fall. I love this wreath because it’s not super Halloween-focused, so you can put it up as early as you’d like. And leave it up after Halloween, all the way until Thanksgiving. Hope you enjoy making this one! xoxo

front door wreath for fall
DIY front door wreath

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Yield: Front Door Wreath

DIY Front Door Wreath for Fall

front door wreath for fall

This pink and cream front door wreath will dress up your door for the fall holidays!

Active Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $30

Materials

  • small faux pumpkins and gourds
  • spray paint and/or craft paint
  • paintbrushes
  • felt
  • wreath form
  • wreath hanger or hook

Tools

  • scissors
  • glue gun

Instructions

    1. Decide on your colors. I used paint colors we had on hand in a mix of spray paint and craft paint (off-white and pale pink).
    2. Paint an equal number of pumpkins in each of your colors. Allow to thoroughly dry. You may need to go back with a couple extra coats for touchups. I did one coat on the top, one on the bottom, and one touchup coat.
    3. Paint the stem of each pumpkin or gourd gold.
    4. Cut out long strips of felt and wrap them tightly around your wreath form, securing every few inches with hot glue. This creates a base to which you can glue your pumpkins.
    5. Lay out the pumpkins around the front door wreath to get a general idea of how many you can fit and how full you’d like it to be. Start by glueing on the larger pieces all the way around. Fill in with medium-sized pumpkins and finish by adding the smallest pieces where you need some extra filler.

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