Can you believe this gorgeous fall foliage wreath was made with items from the dollar store? This tutorial from Place of My Taste is proof that you don't have to spend a fortune to adorn your front door for fall.
Welcome fall with this understated wheat wreath by Houseful of Handmade. A "happy fall" bunting, which is made of burlap and chalkboard paper, is added to the center for a little more visual interest.
Instead of dropping $55+ on a cornhusk wreath she spotted in a store, this blogger used a bag of $7.50 cornhusks that she picked up from the grocery store. Talk about a genius fall wreath idea -- it's a simple wreath but the texture packs a strong punch. Get the tutorial from Hymns and Verses.
Wanting to add some warm fall tones to your entryway? Look no further than this easy-to-make burlap wreath with faux gourds, pumpkins, berries, leaves, and flowers. This tutorial from How To Nest For Less provides the perfect after Labor Day to Thanksgiving wreath.
This inexpensive fall wreath from Two Twenty One can be made in less than an hour. A base of faux moss is accented with faux red and orange leaves and berries. And what's even better about this particular wreath is the leaves and berries can be removed, allowing you to change the moss wreath according the seasons.
If earthy tones are more your style, check out this wreath from Refresh Restyle that features feathers, mushrooms, wheat, and white pumpkins. It's sure to pack a dramatic autumnal punch.
Who says you have to use quintessential fall colors on a wreath? This autumn wreath from Design Dining and Diapers is made of white and gray fabric pumpkins that are topped off with jute for the stem.