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!

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the amazing wreaths! Thanks,again, to Krista for putting this all together. 😉