Temperatures are starting to dip and the leaves are changing colors — two sure signs fall has arrived and the holidays are around the corner. If you’ve removed all the summer decor and the halls look more wrecked than decked, consider taking a do-it-yourself approach to decorating your door. Trish Suhr, the “Clean House” upcycling expert and resident “yard sale diva,” said a few of her go-to wreath staples include leftover burlap, paper towel rolls, twigs, ribbon and spray paint. “Here’s the great news about fall decor: It’s the only time of year you can go outside and literally pick something up off of the ground, throw some festive paint on it and suddenly it’s seasonal,” she told TODAY Home . “From a pinecone to a pineapple, it really is goof proof.” Oct. 21, 201904:40 Ready to decorate your own door? Here are six easy DIYs to try! 1. Simple fall floral wreath Courtesy Caroline O’Donnell Get creative with florals this fall using seasonal ingredients as your guide — think bay leaves, persimmons and pepperberry. Add a wire wreath frame and a unique (and brilliantly fresh) wreath is within reach. The bonus? This one can be customized to whichever fall florals you love most. For more helpful hints, check out the full tutorial from Wild Folk Studio . 2. Indian corn wreath Courtesy Yvonne Pratt All you need for this impressive display is a straw wreath, hot glue and Indian corn. Using a liberal amount of glue to affix the corn to the wreath, this DIY comes together fairly quickly. For a few extra tips and corn suggestions, check out the full tutorial from StoneGable . 3. Felt leaf wreath Courtesy Janine Waite Foliage aficionados, this one’s for you! A metal hoop wreath, crafting wire and […]

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