Fall For These Autumn Wreaths

A Bounty of DIY Fall Wreaths

The possibilities are endless with wreath design. Making wreaths from fresh garden greenery is an easy project that adds style and (often) fragrance to your front door. These DIY wreaths are not just the hallmark of winter holidays – you can make one for any season.

The fall provides even more options it seems, from dried seed heads to moss to fresh vegetable and flowers, here are a few of my very favourite DIY wreaths:

Related: Learn How to Make a Basic Wreath Here


Autumn Berries

Make a rose hip and hawthorn berry wreath with a foam wreath form, berries, and some pruners.

Make a fall berry wreath

…or make a sweet rose hip wreath by stringing them on wire and hanging from a ribbon.

Wreath made of rose hips

Herb Wreath

A fresh herb wreath is created in the late summer or fall as a way to harvest and dry garden herbs. They smell like heaven too!
Make a fresh herb wreath that smells terrific

Hydrangea Wreath

This is by far the easiest way to make a gorgeous fall wreath with hydrangea flowers that will dry beautifully and keep their colour.Dried Hydrangea Wreath DIY

Fall Gourd Wreath

This autumn wreath gets a burst of color from the ornamental gourds, pumpkins, and artichokes that decorate it.

Autumn Harvest Gourd Wreath

Or swap out the gourds for persimmons and rose hips to make this Fall Persimmon Wreath.


Related: Follow my Wreath Board on Pinterest for More inspiration!

  Follow Stephanie @ Garden Therapy’s board ✽ Wreaths on Pinterest.

Moss Wreath

This bright green wreath will last for years because it is made with preserved reindeer moss and ribbon. All you need is a glue gun, some moss and a wreath form to make this everlasting beauty.Preserved Reindeer Moss Wreath

Add a few dried flowers and other embellishments for a different take on a moss wreath.

How to Make a Basic Grapevine Wreath

If you have a bounty of grapevines then this wreath tutorial is for you. Learn how to twist those vines into a beautiful wreath that can be the basis for any project, or even hold it’s own!
How to make a grapevine wreath

Lavender Wreath

Fresh lavender sprigs drying on a wreath form makes a lovely welcome to guests. I hang these out in the garden to decorate while they dry and I can harvest the buds. You’ll be surprised at what I use for a wreath form too!
Lavender Wreath on Red Door

Related: How to Harvest English Lavender

Burlap Ribbon Wreath

Burlap ribbon adds a rustic feel to this festive wreath that will take you from fall through to the holiday season.

Completed wreath with burlap ribbon

Dried Flower Wreath 

If you are lucky enough for someone to give you flowers, or you grow plenty in your garden, this is a great way to display them once they have dried.

dried flower wreath

Related: How to Preserve Ornamental Flower, Leaves, and Pods for Crafting

Crow Feather Wreath

This spooky wreath is the perfect way to greet trick-or-treaters!Crow Feather Wreath

Hop Wreath

Dried hops look just as spooky, but the scent will have you in lala land (dried hops are great to promote relaxation and stimulate dreams).Halloween Wreath Golden Hops Grapevine and Crow

Succulent Wreath

This beauty is lovely anytime of year, as long as you have warm weather. For those of us with seasons, these succulent wreaths look their best in the fall after a summer of filling in and growing. Semper-viva Wreath - how to make a succulent wreath


About the Author : Stephanie RoseAn artistic gardener aiming to feed the body & soul through an urban potager garden & a community veggie plot in Vancouver.View all posts by Stephanie Rose

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  2. Ariel
    ArielSeptember 22,15

    this is great! I love a lot of these. I’ll be adding them to my pinterest board on wreaths!

  3. Teddee Grace
    Teddee GraceDecember 20,15

    I love the rose hip wreath, but can’t imagine where you live that rose hips are this profuse. At any rate, how did you adhere the hips without burning your fingers! Low melt glue? Tweezers? It must have taken forever. Also, that doesn’t look like a typical foam wreath form. What did you use for a base?

    • Stephanie Rose
      Stephanie RoseDecember 20,15

      Hi Teddee, I’m in Vancouver, BC, Canada, and my neighbours have a huge rose bush that could have made 5 wreaths this year. There is a link to the foam wreath form above the project image. It is made from floral foam. No glue, just press the stems into the foam. It’s a wonderful product for flower arranging!

  4. Beth Cornelius
    Beth CorneliusSeptember 15,16

    I love the hawthorn and rose hip berry wreath. I live in Charleston, SC – where can I purchase these berries? Do you have a link you could provide? Thanks!!

    • Stephanie Rose
      Stephanie RoseSeptember 15,16

      Hi Beth, I’m not sure, could you try a florist or, perhaps, go foraging?

  5. Susan Reid
    Susan ReidNovember 1,16

    Your top berry wreath is beautiful!
    Where do you purchase the base? Does the bottom stay attached?
    Thanks in advance for your answer.

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