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Fabulous Fall Berries
A mixture of nuts and seed pods, glued to a wreath form, make for a rich and earthy display either indoors or out. Pair it with twine tied up in bows, and this wreath will work all the way through the winter holiday season.
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Festive Fall Flowers
Grapevine forms are often used as the base for a wreath. Gussy one up with a spray of autumn foliage, and it can stand on its own—organic beauty, easily acquired.
Fake flowers are a common sight on many seasonal DIY wreaths, but handmade felt flowers are a less common sight. If you choose to make your own flowers with craft-friendly felt, experiment with different colors, textures, and techniques for a truly one-of-a-kind wreath.
Merry Mini Pumpkins
Burlap is not just for potato sacks anymore—it’s a decorating trend. A wreath form wrapped in natural-toned burlap and accented with faux ﬂowers is both modern and understated. It's farmhouse chic ﬁt for any locale.
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Chicken Wire Wreath
A fall wreath can make your door instantly warm welcoming for your holiday guests.
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