This DIY Eucalyptus Fall Wreath is colorful and easy to create for autumn. See how I made this fall wreath with items I already had!
If you remember, earlier this summer I made this DIY Eucalyptus Wreath with roses. It has graced my door since and I love it so much I decided to recreate it in a fall version.
Check out how I turned my summer eucalyptus wreath into a beautiful fall wreath using items I already had on hand!
Eucalyptus Fall Wreath
Fall is my favorite. Especially this year. It’s almost like a light at the end of the tunnel. Almost. Except we can’t quite see the end yet.
See, I definitely feel like this year has passed by in a blur and I haven’t taken the time to enjoy the seasons and all that come with it. But I fully intend to take part in all parts of fall.
And this eucalyptus fall wreath is my first foray into autumn this year.
In an attempt to pare down, not buy as much and to acquire less stuff, I created this fall wreath using items I already had on hand.
I reused the eucalyptus wreath base from my Summer Wreath and I repurposed the flowers from this Fall Hoop Wreath. Then I added in bits and bobs that I had in my craft supplies and fall decorating bins.
I think this eucalyptus fall wreath came together pretty good. I love the bright autumnal colors from the hydrangea and dahlias.
And the preserved fall leaves break up the greenery nicely. A few acorns add just the right amount of natural element.
This eucalyptus fall wreath is a signal to mother nature that I’m ready.
I’m ready for cool, crisp mornings, muted colors and the winding down of the summer season. It’s time for cozy textures, pumpkin spice and roaring fires.
How To Decorate A Eucalyptus Wreath For Fall
Making this DIY eucalyptus fall wreath is pretty easy. I didn’t use any tools, glue guns or wire.
I took this eucalyptus wreath and tucked in three fall hued faux flowers at the bottom center. All you need to do is place the stems under the wire that holds the wreath base together.
Then, I added two sprigs of fake wheat on either side of the flowers.
Next, I added a few bits of preserved fall leaves in this rich burgundy color. I love how it breaks up the greenery from the eucalyptus.
You may have noticed that I tend to use these preserved fall leaves a lot. I love the pop of autumn color they can bring to your home. And I also like that they aren’t fake – just preserved. But you could easily find the real deal in your backyard too.
Finally, I tucked in three bunches of acorns around the wreath. These are just the seasonal picks that you can find at the craft store. This version features real acorns and pinecones. You could also forage in your backyard and find something similar and glue them in place.
You could easily recreate this wreath with what you have on hand. This is almost like the kitchen sink of fall wreaths. Take what you already have on hand and create a eucalyptus fall wreath. Then show me what you created! Tag me on Instagram!
16 Amazing Autumn Wreaths
Now check out these other beautiful and creative fall wreath ideas. Click the link below the images to visit the posts and see more.
My Favorite Wreaths for Fall – My 100 Year Old Home
DIY Easy Oak Leaf Fall Wreath – My Sweet Savannah
Pampas Grass Wreath – Finding Lovely
Dollar Store Fall Pumpkin Wreath – Tatertots & Jello
How to Make a Fall Wreath Tutorial – Happy Happy Nester
Dollar Store Fall Wreath – Craftberry Bush
Fall Split Wood Bead Wreath – Lolly Jane
Early Fall Wreath – A Blue Nest
Fall Corn Husk Wreath – Sincerely Marie
Pine Cone and Eucalyptus Fall Wreath DIY – Twelve On Main
Dried Floral Fall Wreath DIY – Life Is Better At Home
Fall Yarn Wreath Tutorial – Hallstrom Home
Eucalyptus Fall Wreath – Modern Glam
DIY Romantic Boho Fall Wreath – The DIY Mommy
Faux Eucalyptus Wreath – Maison de Pax
DIY Fall Wreath Ideas – Jennifer Maune
My Other DIY Fall Wreaths
This DIY Laurel Wreath is made repurposing a magnolia leaf garland and a wire hoop. It is surprisingly pretty simple to make!
And this DIY Fall Hoop Wreath takes about 15 minutes to assemble. Easy!
I made this Fall Farmhouse Wreath using strips of velvet braided together. The vibrant colors are so very fall!
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You always make the prettiest wreaths! I love how beautfiul it is on your pink door. The wreath is so classic with a feminine twist! So, LOVELY!
Your beautiful wreath is just what I needed to boost me spirits and get ready for autumn. I have felt frozen in time since the month of March. Spring came and went and except for the hot weather, I feel like I missed summer. As the months have worn on, my creative motivation has dwindled to thinking about seasonal decorating; then days whoosh by and soon the season has passed. So, thank you for sharing your creativity and your inspiration. I’m ready to begin. Happy, lovely, Autumn!
I feel the same way! What a crazy year 2020 has been. I am trying to pull myself out of the slump and get creating for fall and holiday!
Hi Ashley! I commented on your gorgeous wreath back on September 8th. I mentioned how your creativity lit an inspirational spark within me and I felt like I was getting my “creative groove” back…well, I did! As the saying goes, “Imitation is the highest form of flattery…”, well this afternoon I finshed my wreath for our front door; it looks exactly the same as yours and I love it. I was immediately drawn to your use of non-traditional fall colors, the mauve and burgundy flowers contrasted the red leaves, dark acorns, sprigs of tiny green berries and wheat grass settled into lush eucalyptus struck such a chord within me. Our front door is pale gray, the wreath shows beautifully on it. I have begun to do autumn decorating inside our of our home, too. This year, I kept my orange, gold and yellow pumpkins, floral arrangements and vignettes in their storage box, I needed something different for this autumn of 2020. For not much money and recycling things I already had, I decided to carry the mauve, burgundy, plum and green color palette throughout the house. My husband, the preeminent traditional seasonal decor guy, shocked me when he said, “This feels and looks really nice, it’s good to have a change.” Have a great week, Ashley!
Judith! Thank you so much for your message. It honestly brought tears to my eyes. I put these ideas out there hoping they resonate or inspire others without really knowing if they ever do. I LOVE that my wreath inspired you to get creative again in this stressful, crazy, unpredictable year. I bet your wreath turned out beautiful! Thank you for making my day. xoxo