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10 Thanksgiving Wreath Ideas and Inspiration

From playful turkeys to elegant fall foliage, dress your door this holiday season with one of these beautiful Thanksgiving wreath ideas.

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Courtesy of HerHappyHome

Easy Fabric Thanksgiving Wreath

Amanda from @herhappyhome says you can get most of the supplies for her cute buffalo check wreath at the dollar store! Start by cutting fabric into three-inch strips, then wrapping them around a foam wreath until it’s completely covered. Then attach a little greenery, a burlap bow and mini-pumpkins in your favorite color with a hot glue gun.

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Courtesy of OhMyHostness

Delicate Neutral Thanksgiving Wreath

Simple still stuns, as proven by this beauty by @ohmyhostness. Make a Cottagecore wreath by attaching a strip of wide burlap ribbon to an embroidery hoop. Hand-write the “thankful” lettering with a paint pen, or use these vinyl stickers. Attach a bundle of dried Lagurus and wheat stalks to complete the look.

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Courtesy of MandaMadeWreaths

Fall Floral Wreath

This beautiful wreath by @mandamadewreaths proves that Thanksgiving decor doesn’t have to be turkeys and corn husks. To recreate this more elegant take on the Thanksgiving wreath, you’ll need lots of faux flowers, eucalyptus leaves and berries. (Or you can simply buy a wreath from their Etsy shop.)

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Courtesy of SweetHome.Indiana

Playful Turkey Wreath

Kids will love helping you make this adorable turkey wreath by @sweethome.indiana. Wrap a foam wreath in brown tulle, then tie on more tulle pieces to make the colorful feathers (double-knot for a secure hold). Cut the turkey body and details out of foam or felt, and you’re done with this Thanksgiving craft. Gobble gobble!

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Courtesy of Kclee.Co

Gather Wreath

You can buy this gorgeous Thanksgiving “gather” wreath from Kacy at @kclee.co. But if you’d like to try a DIY version, grab a grapevine wreath and this inexpensive “gather” wood cutout. We love the surprising embellishment choices: white peonies, wintry foliage and turkey feathers!

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Courtesy of MJSOffTheHook

Crochet Pumpkin Wreath

Crochet pumpkins in non-traditional colors make this Thanksgiving wreath by @mjsoffthehook cozy and different. Use a grapevine wreath as the base, then glue on faux eucalyptus branches and crochet pumpkins. (Here’s a cute set on Etsy if you don’t know how to make them yourself.) Finish by filling in any bare areas with mini-pine cones.

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Courtesy of LadyLouLovesHome

Fall Foliage Wreath

Give thanks for autumn with this beautiful foliage wreath from @ladylouloveshome. Start with a grapevine wreath and your favorite faux fall foliage. Then use a hot glue gun to attach the leaves, mini-pumpkins and berry sprigs. Add interest by arranging the pumpkins asymmetrically on one side of the wreath.

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Courtesy of RuggedRidgeFarmHome

Modern Wood-Bead Thanksgiving Wreath

We love this ultra-modern take on a Thanksgiving wreath from Ashley at @ruggedridgefarmhome. Make yours with an embroidery hoop, faux leather and half-ball wooden beads. Cut leaf shapes out of the faux leather in jewel-toned autumnal colors, and pinch the ends together with glue to add dimension before attaching.

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Courtesy of HelloJoyCo

Metal Hoop Thanksgiving Wreath

We love the combination of traditional and modern elements in this metal hoop wreath by @hellojoyco. To make your own, you’ll need greenery, fall florals, pumpkins, feathers and wooden beads. Check out the full tutorial for tips on how to assemble it.

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Courtesy of WreathsBySilvia

Farmhouse Thankful Wreath

We love the rustic farmhouse style of this “thankful” wreath by @wreathsbysilvia. To make yours, grab a grapevine wreath, plenty of fall foliage, striped ribbon and a “thankful” wood cutout. The white pumpkins and cotton stems add brightness to the traditional orange and brown colors. You can also buy one of Silvia’s custom handmade wreaths from her Etsy shop.