If you are one of those acorn decoration lovers, you are going to love this DIY wreath project roundup! Fall has arrived at everyone’s doorstep and it’s time to roll up our sleeves for some fall DIY projects. As acorns are free, easy to find in fall and fun to collect, they make stylish yet very budget-friendly decorations.
Below are 5 inexpensive, simple yet fabulous acorn wreath tutorials that will make you want to get down to work immediately!
This is a beautiful rustic acorn wreath with colorful berry and sunflower accents from The Real Housewives of Riverton. The cost of this whole project is no more than $12, which comes from:
Grapevine wreath – $3.99Flower/berry set – $4.99Spanish moss – $2.49
A simple yet stylish acorn wreath project from Domestically Speaking. If you want to create a wreath only from acorn cups (they remind me of tiny little beret hats!), try this acorn cup wreath design. You only need to attach acorn cups around a ribboned styrofoam wreath with hot glue.
Acorns do not only make beautiful fall decorations but can also become your decoration for Christmas. A detailed tutorial for this beautiful fall/Christmas acorn wreath can be found on Simply Creating Home.
Your fall acorn wreath does not always have to be brown, a few coat of spray paint can turn the wreath into any color that you desire. Little Things Bring Smiles provided an amazing step-by-step tutorial on how to make this green spray painted acorn wreath. I love the simplicity of this acorn wreath, the green color makes the whole wreath look clean and modern, perfect as a contemporary fall decor!
To light up the fall spirit even more, combine foliage, acorns, pine cones and chestnuts in this fall-centric wreath by Crafts N coffee.
Acorn wreaths are not only fun projects to make but also great as an activity for your kids. They will get all excited when being asked to collect nuts and other fall adornments in the nature.
Only be aware that there might still be little crawlers living inside these nuts so to be sure to bake your acorns in the oven at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes to completely get rid of these unwanted creatures.