Fall is in the air, and wreaths are on the door. Well, maybe not on every door. In fact, many people actively avoid fall wreaths, assuming they are too frilly or traditional for their taste. If you don’t think autumn wreaths represent your style, think again. In fact, if you’re looking to add a little something different to the outside of your home, this post is for you!
From felt and yarn creations to monochromatic marvels, these unique wreaths represent the best in innovative design while still managing to be charming. And that’s no easy feat! We’ve rounded up the funkiest wreaths we could find, including helpful links to DIY information should you choose to craft an autumn wreath of your own. Enjoy!
Felt and Yarn Wreaths
Many of today’s modern autumn wreaths are crafted of yarn and felt. Why? Because felt cuts without fraying, yarn can easily be wrapped around wreath forms, and these affordable craft supplies can be reinforced with simple knots or a little hot glue. In other words, these wreaths are easy and fun to make, and you can’t beat the finished product! We begin by showcasing a Happy Harvest Rosette Wreath from Etsy shop Handmade Colectibles. This wicker wreath is embellished with hand-rolled rosettes from wool felt. Colorful and sleek, don’t you think?
If only a wreath could evoke the warmth and style of an argyle sweater… Well, now it can, thanks to The Curious Pug and its helpful tutorial for a Fall Argyle Yarn Wreath. Felt diamonds, strategically wrapped yarn, and an adorable owl star in this clever creation, shown below.
The Pumpkin Spice Fall Wreath from Quiver Full of Blessings celebrates the monochromatic aspects of yarn wrapping, then tops it all off with felt roses, flowers and leaves, plus buttons!