Easy Fall Wreath Idea
Easy fall wreath idea…the perfect way to transition from summer to fall…simply and inexpensively!
Hello beautiful friends and happy September!
I switched out my summer porch for fall this past weekend and today I’m sharing a super simple, easy fall wreath idea. A way to transition from that summer look to fall.
If you missed my summer porch, you can see it here > Black and White Porch Decor
I did have the hydrangea wreath on the door for part of the summer but also used a plain green eucalyptus wreath too. And that is what I’m going to show you how I changed it up for fall.
Just a simple faux wreath I found at TJ Maxx or Marshall’s several years ago. I love it because it’s simple and fresh looking. It really goes with any season for that reason alone.
But I thought I’d kick it up a notch and give it a bit of fall.
I ran over to Michael’s and bought a few early fall flora. (sunflowers, etc) Sunflowers are my way to ease into it without completely letting go of summer.
I love fall but I go kicking and screaming into it because that darn winter is right around the corner after it and ugh, my least favorite season!
Easy Fall Wreath Idea
A similar wreath I found for you…here.
I didn’t use any glue or anything to permanently keep these in. I just stuck them in and they actually stay really well.
I just cut and placed (stuck) the stems in and around the green wreath.
I adjusted as I went. Then I found the off-white bunch (last bottom right photo) in my stash and stuck a few of those in too.
And now I have a “fall” wreath.
Late summer, early fall-ish. Perfect.
You can find the exact rug, here.
I’m so happy with how it turned out AND how easy it was to switch up.
It’s a great way to use what you have.
Happy fall, ya’ll!
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Have a wonderful rest of the week! I’ll be back on Friday with an oldie but goodie!
See you then!
Hi Nancy! That is one pretty wreath. I love the fullness of it and sunflowers are my favorite. I get my floral from Micheals also and I have some of the exact ones. Now I need a eucalyptus wreath. Thank you for sharing how to make it.
Thank you, Cheryl! I love sunflowers too, such a happy flower! xoxo
Nancy this is such a beautiful end of summer wreath! :) It fairly sparkles with joy. It looks relaxing and oh so colorful. Beautiful transitional wreath!!
Thank you, Christina! I love that…sparkles with joy. :) Happy weekend to you! xoxo
This is gorgeous on your door with your black and white rug! I need to get out there and switch mine over! XOXO
Thank you, Christy! I’m loving the black and white on the porch so much more than I thought I would! xoxo
Ditto to what Christy wrote! It’s beautiful and it look fantastic with the black and white. Happy Fall!
Love your fall wreath. Can u tell me the size of your eucalyptus plain wreath??thank u
Thank you, Linda! It’s around 16 inches. :) xo
Thank you, Lori! xoxo
What a lovely transition to fall! Simple yet elegant. Just a touch of fall with the yellow/orange mums! The white sunflowers add the right contrast! Thanks for sharing. Have a great week.
Thank you, Sue! You’ve got it, just a hint of fall color to ease on in! Have a wonderful weekend! xo
Love your posts! how is Ryder doing? Love seeing him!!
I’m so happy to hear that, Sue!! He is great!! Goofy and sweet as ever! :) xoxo
Beautiful wreath and door !! Wondering if you have considered painting ALL of the surrounding area black like the door ? I think it would make it look even more grounded and have an even bigger presence. I would even paint the small surround behind the lanterns black as well.
Love reading your blog!!
Thank you, Jaclyn! Yes, but we really like the contrast of the white and black. The trim around the windows is also white (with black shutters) so I think it goes nicely. And thank you, I am SO happy to hear that! :) xoxo
Beautiful! Where did you find the great checked rug for your front door? Will it stand up to rain?
Thank you, Aileen! I have updated the post to include a link but here it is also. (rug)