The holiday season is upon us and that means lots of options for decorating! I love changing my decor for the seasons, even if it’s something as simple as a wreath to welcome guests on my front door. I’ve never had a wreath specifically for Thanksgiving, but I’m going to give it a try this year. For some inspiration, I’ve rounded up a fun list of easy DIY Thanksgiving wreath designs that are perfect for this year.

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1. Give Thanks

This simple grapevine wreath with the burlap bunting keeps the focus on the message of giving thanks. You can purchase pre-made wreath forms at any craft store and they are very inexpensive. Make some freezer paper stencils, paint away on precut bunting made from burlap, and hang. This may be my next project!

Find this craft and tons of super helpful tutorials at Makeit-Loveit.com.

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2. Fall Hydrangeas

The message on this wreath mirrors our previous one, but the look is completely different. Fake hydrangea blooms in warm autumn colors are arranged into a grapevine wreath. This wreath looks so full and bountiful! It’s the perfect complement to your Thanksgiving decor, especially with the simple “give thanks” signage.

Head to TheTurquoiseHome.com for the full tutorial on this wreath!

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3. Harvest

When I think of Thanksgiving I often imagine pumpkins, leaves and amazing smells. This wreath is different from most because it’s packed with cinnamon sticks and dried oranges- the scents of Fall! Faux leaves and sprigs of other autumn-friendly flora make up the rest of the colors atop a grapevine wreath (are we seeing a pattern yet?). Gorgeous!

You can find the full how-to at ArtsyChicksRule.com.

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4. Indian Corn Wreath

You can’t deny the wow factor in this wreath! It’s large and vibrant and is definitely the focal point of your home decor, inside or out. Once you’ve got your hands on the dried Indian corn, simply hot glue to a straw wreath form in the size of your choice and then hang for all to see!

You’ll find more info on this craft at StoneGableBlog.com, along with other design and decor ideas for your home.

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5. Sunshine Wreath

At first glance, this wreath doesn’t overtly look like something for Thanksgiving. But the warm marigold colors and rustic twigs make this just feel Fall-ish! This is mostly made with things from around the house, like cardboard, twigs from outside and strips of fabric made into rosettes. It’s a handmade wreath that gives you all the feels.

Check out the full tutorial at YellowMums.blogspot.com.

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6. Autumn Metallics

This is probably one of the most inexpensive wreath crafts on this list, with much of the supplies coming from your local dollar store! The brass hoops and leaves were only $1, and were sprayed with beautiful metallic spray paints of nickel, copper and gold. Tip: never buy spray paint at your local craft store- it’s WAY more expensive. Instead get it from a home improvement store for half the cost. You’ll be making this beautiful wreath in no time!

Check out LemonThistle.com for this design and other fun and easy crafts.

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7. Basket Wreath

An old basket top, dollar store flowers and a little bit of thanks are all it takes to get this totally unique Thanksgiving wreath. I love the neutral colors and all the texture that the basket brings in, don’t you?

Head to TwelveOnMain.com for this craft tutorial and other printables, design and decor fun.

 

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood

Editor at HomeLife Media
I'm a born and bred Southern California native and currently the editor of LifeAsMama.com . I get to share my life with my husband of 12 years and our beautiful, 4-year old daughter. In my free time you'll catch me cheering for the Dodgers, cooking, baking, reading, crafting and probably watching a little HGTV!