Natural Fall Wreaths Made with Pumpkins, Corn Husks , Apples, and More

Create a bountiful wreath with a little help from nature. Made with pumpkins, corn husks, apples, and other natural adornments, these wreaths will look great from the beginning of fall through Thanksgiving or Christmas.


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Mini Pumpkin Wreath
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Cornucopia Wreath

    Re-envision a cornucopia as a colorful fall wreath. Using wire and hot glue, attach leaves, miniature pumpkins, squashes, and gourds to a foam wreath form.

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Indian Corn Fall Wreath

    Warm up a dark door with a natural fall wreath. Secure red silk leaves and miniature Indian corn (husks included) to a purchased twig wreath with hot glue or wire.

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Spooky Gourd Wreath

    Don't just use gourds as cornucopia fillers; give them starring roles in your favorite fall wreaths! Slather green paint over a dried gourd and allow paint to dry. Carve in your favorite spooky face. Anchor your gourd to a simple twig wreath and garnish with wheat.

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Oats-and-Gourds Fall Wreath

    We can practically hear the wind rustling through this natural fall wreath. Hot-glue sheaths of Northern sea oats onto a wreath form along with hollowed-out gourds planted with flowers. We used hens-and-chicks and pansies.

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Nuts-and-Leaves Wreath

    Welcome fall with a splendid wreath made from leaves and nuts. Use hot glue to attach artificial leaves, walnuts, or other hard-shell nuts in a ring around the front of the wreath. Add hazelnuts to the inside center of the wreath to finish the look.

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Sunburst Wreath with Corn Husks

    Mimic a bright, blazing sunburst with this wreath. Fold out the husks on ears of Indian corn so they point straight out from the tops. Hot-glue the ears to a straw wreath, and "fluff" the husks to complete the look.

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Pinecone Wreath with Satin Ribbon

    This pinecone wreath is well-suited for hanging above a fireplace. Decorate the wreath with brown, amber, and gold ribbon for Thanksgiving. When the Christmas season arrives, replace the harvest-hue ribbons with red and green ones.

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Citrus Wreath

    Oranges aren't commonplace in fall decor, but with their bold autumnal color, we don't see why not! Start by wiring oranges to a rectangular foam frame. Then fill in the bare spots with bittersweet berries, green yarrow, orange safflowers, and birch leaves. A sturdy silk ribbon supports the wreath and adds extra shine.

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Gourd-and-Vine Wreath

    Choose colorful gourds with long necks, then attach them to a basic vine wreath with raffia or wire. Colorful berry sprays and a rustic raffia bow enhance the air of autumn elegance.

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Pinecone-and-Kumquat Wreath

    A simply chic wreath of pinecones and kumquats adds a natural touch with a graphic twist to your mantel or door.

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Gourd Wreath with Maple Leaves

    Weave real or artificial maple leaves onto a wreath frame, then wire on a cheery assortment of small gourds in shades of green and white.

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Acorn Wreath

    Combine two natural elements to create a long-lasting fall wreath. Cover a wire or cardboard ring with moss. Hot-glue acorns to the moss-covered wreath; hang with a wide satin ribbon.

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Heart-Shape Wreath

    This autumnal wreath can waltz into the holidays with ease. The rich red of these artificial apples smoothly transitions from harvest to Christmas.

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Mini-Pumpkin Wreath

    Use a simple twig wreath or moss-covered wreath as the base for a simple circle of miniature pumpkins or pumpkin-shape gourds (real or artificial). A black ribbon gives it a Halloween look that can later be changed to another color or even raffia for Thanksgiving.

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Vine Wreath with Large Gourds

    Combine simple fall embellishments, such as leaves, pumpkins, and gourds, with classy touches such as an orange bow to dress up a plain vine wreath. Decorate the lower half with leaves and twigs plus a focal point of large artificial pumpkins and gourds in the center. One loop and bow of metallic ribbon tops it off.

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Corncobs-and-Flowers Fall Wreath

    This wreath looks like a beautiful autumn sun radiating fall color. Hot-glue dried corncobs and flowers onto a heavy cardboard form that's been covered with Spanish moss. Use sturdy U-shape wire to join the wreath with a spindly twig wreath.

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Apple Wreath with Greenery

    Mounds of red apples contrast beautifully with shiny lemon-leaf greenery. Between the apples, add tufts of Spanish moss for another texture and to hide any gaps.

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White Evergreen Wreath with Dried Fruits

    This evergreen wreath can make an early debut at Thanksgiving. Wire dried fruits, artificial berry sprigs, unshelled nuts, and cinnamon sticks together to form a harvest swag, then wire to an antiqued evergreen wreath. After Thanksgiving, remove the harvest swag and give the wreath a Christmas makeover.

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