Since ferns are my favorite plant, I always look for ways to use them in our handcrafted projects. We also recently redecorated our mudroom entryway, which meant it was time to make a new wreath!

Adding wreaths to your walls, doors, and tables is another one of my top home decor tips. I love wreaths because they give any room a fresh, festive look. Plus, they make your home look inviting, which is exactly the atmosphere we want our entryways to create. This DIY fall wreath also fits in well with the other decor in our entryway—and our color scheme (check out our purple printable with my favorite quote!)

Our cutting machine makes cutting these fern leaves so much faster. You can still cut these leaves by hand if you don’t have a cutting machine. We used different types of paper, leaf patterns, and shades of green to give our wreath more dimension. We also added some plum metallic leaves to make this a true DIY fall wreath.

While we love summer, we’re looking forward to fall and all the new decor that comes with it! What about you? Are you ready for fall yet?

Below is the list of tools and materials for this wreath. Note that we have updated the paper selections and changed the foam wreath for an eco-friendly straw wreath.

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How to Make This DIY Fall Wreath

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the fern template above.
  2. Cut out paper according to the pattern using your cutting machine or scissors.
  3. Use your curling tool to shape all of your paper fern pieces.
  4. Cut a two-inch wide strip of crepe paper. Stretch and wrap it around the wreath and secure with glue.

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