Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of the year, full of family and friends, gratitude and harvest. It is the culmination of the fall season when gratitude and well-wishing abounds, and the eve to the Christmas spirit.
To extend a warm welcome to all your visitors, friends, and family this Thanksgiving season you may consider one of these beautiful wreaths for your front door.
This all burlap wreath makes a warm and inviting impression as you greet visitors
This lovely wreath brings us some subtle felt rosettes and berry springs, the perfect combination for a wonderful Thanksgiving wreath
Pinecone wreaths bring a unique and quirky twist to your seasonal displays
This wreath just looks cozy doesn’t it? I love the beauty of the neutral colors, which will look good on any kind of door. There is no tutorial, but you can get the idea of how to get this look. Hot glue burlap in bunches to your wreath frame. Make small loops of 2” ribbon and hot glue them to the burlap. Then add brown sunflowers evenly around the wreath and one large flower in the center.
Who said that wreaths have to be round? This square Thanksgiving wreath is eye-catching and distinctive.
If you are looking for a more light hearted approach to your front door display then this turkey wreath is just the thing for you. Your kids will love it.
For another unique shape and approach to the Thanksgiving wreath you may want to consider a bundle of wheat secured with some decorative ribbons. Fall wreaths don’t always have to be round.
I love the simple look of this elegant wreath. The personal letter for a last name is always adds a unique look.
This subtle and understated wreath makes a beautiful statement with the miniature white pumpkins and the burlap bunting.
This interactive approach to the Thanksgiving wreath brings the whole family together by displaying what you have gratitude for throughout the season on the leaves of the wreath.
This natural approach to a door wreath makes a simple but profound seasonal statement that brings out the best in all of us.
Not all fall wreaths are made of vines or ribbons – how about a door display of sugared fruits!