Today I’m excited to be joining a group of over 20 other talented bloggers who are also sharing a Fall DIY wreath tutorial with you! Hop over to see what my friends are sharing…

The Happy Housie // Rooms for Rent // The Turquoise Home // Finding Silver Pennies

Deeply Southern Home // Hallstrom Home // Shabbyfufu // Sincerely, Marie Designs //
The DIY Mommy

Lolly Jane // Happy Happy Nester // Amber Tysl // A Pretty Life

Place of My Taste // Love Create Celebrate // Modern Glam // Lemon Thistle

Town and Country Living // Clean and Scentsible // Summer Adams // Willow Street Interiors

Last week, I was walking around HomeGoods and noticed this door hanger and loved the colors in it. Knowing I had a wreath project coming up, I thought this would be perfect!

So using this as my inspiration and things I already at home (don’t worry, I’m not a hoarder, I just took apart my spring wreath to make this one…haha!).

I have one SMALL box for fall and I had these small pumpkins my mother-in-law gave me a couple of years ago. I found these pumpkins that already had a little stem, extra floral foam from the flower arrangement (also from last week) and I used a toothpick for the pumpkins without a stem!

I literally stuck the entire block of floral foam inside the vase thinking it would help give me a little more depth in the top of the arrangement.

Then, taking apart my spring wreath, I just started filling in gaps.

Finally, I had a piece of lace I borrowed from a friend and a little ribbon I had used to tie the spring wreath and we were finished!

I want to add some more things to my spring porch because I really need to clean my jute rug. Plus, a certain middle child may or may not have thrown up right at the front door to start a couple of days of the stomach rug soooo that’s gonna have to be thrown out. (Insert the big eye emoji!)

I don’t love mums so I’d love to know your other thoughts for flowers!

Plus, I’m dying to try Heather’s pumpkin topiaries from last week!

We shall see!

Donโ€™t forget to check out the rest of the amazing wreaths! Thanks,again, to Krista for putting this all together. ๐Ÿ˜‰