Wreath Roundup: 6 Fun DIY Thanksgiving Wreaths You Can Make Before Next Thursday

CategoriesI made a wreath last night that I’ll be finishing up this weekend. Out of time with guests coming in starting next Tuesday evening and still a mile long list of chores to do, I went super simple and wrapped some yellow chevron burlap ribbon around a grapevine wreath and tied a bow. I’ll add a picture frame hanging in the middle with “GIVE THANKS” printed on paper in the frame and call it a day. I already had the ribbon and the grapevine wreath, so I just picked up the picture frame on my lunch break today. Pretty easy peezy! And purse friendly too!

However, it did inspire me to surf the web for wreath ideas. There sure are some cute (AND SIMPLE) ideas out there for DIY Fall and Thanksgiving wreaths! Some of these require more work than others, but all are pretty doable in a couple of hours – if that. If you have some time this weekend, why not spruce up your front door decor for Thanksgiving!?! Let me know how yours turn out! I’ll update the blog with a picture of my simple wreath when I finish.

à bientôt j'espère

So without further ado…

{Sunshine Wreath from Yellow Mums}

{Clever “FEAST” Wreath via brittanyestes.com}

{I WILL be making one of these! So easy and adorable! from shelterness.com}

{Thankful Wreath from mirandamade.com}

{Rustic Fall Wreath from Simply Country Life}

{Tulle Turkey Wreath from babyrabies.com}


Lauren is a Sr. Designer of Product Graphics for an international manufacturing company by day and a creativity crusader, designer, planner extraordinaire, artist and blogger in her “free” time. Follow her and The Olive Shoe on Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram! Please subscribe to receive emails, of course, come back and visit again soon!

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