I love to decorate for the seasons and now that the holiday season is upon us I am even more excited. I love this time of year and the decorations just makes me happier and thrilled that it is finally here. One decoration that I have yet to make, or buy, for my decoration hall is a wreath so I decided to search the wide web for some of the cutest diy Thanksgiving wreaths, because I love displaying cute decorations especially when I made them myself.
This wreath has a beautifully simple feel while also having great pops of color. The bow is also a great touch to modernize the wreath. This would be a very easy wreath to make even for crafting beginners.
This is a great wreath for someone who wants their wreath to take up more space but not be too bulky. You could even add a burlap bow with more color or throw a few orange or red leaves in for a pop of color against all that brown and green.
Anyone who loves burlap will love this wreath! This wreath has so much room for personalization because you can add whatever decoration to the middle and add more or less color to the burlap. This is one of my top favorite wreaths that I was able to find, it is so cute and it really shouts the message “Happy Thanksgiving!”.
This wreath is so original. It combines one of the Thanksgiving day dishes with your front door, to help remind all your guests what season it is. A cute way to add some color could be to add a red burlap bow or even some of the dried corn.
Another beautiful and original wreath design while still being so simple and charming. As long as you can get down making those burlap roses you will have no problem putting this beauty together and wowing all of your guests.
The hydrangeas on this wreath are beautiful. It brings some life into this season where most of the nature around us is dead so it reminds us that this time of the year is still beautiful. I think this wreath is perfect in every way except I would omit the ribbon, besides that the wreath is gorgeous.
This is my favorite wreath out of the bunch. It is so elegant and even though it does not have the original Thanksgiving or fall colors I think it works great for this time of the year. The pink and white is what I love the most about this wreath, but of course if you are not a person who likes those colors it would be easy to change them out with other colors.
Glitter is my FAVORITE! The monogram really makes this wreath go from simple to great and it lets you create a wreath that is one of a kind.
Adding the fall banner to this wreath shows that you can really use this wreath at any time of the year by switching the banner out and using colors that are good to use during any season and you can add a pop of color based on the current season with that season’s banner.
Last but not least the cutest of the wreaths. Tulle is always fun to work with and usually end up with a fun craft. This will show all your guests that your family is excited for the fun the Thanksgiving season will bring.
Which of these wreaths could possibly make it to your door this Thanksgiving season? Share your Thanksgiving wreaths, whether one of these or another, with us on our FB page, we would love to see how you are decorating this year.
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