A beautiful Indian corn wreath

Wrap burlap around your metal wreath form before gluing colorful ears of corn to it for a beautiful and unique door wreath. Get tutorial here

Her bold inside paint job

Match the inside of your door to its lovely outer finish for only $8 with some dark paint. Get tutorial here

This cute buffalo check pumpkin hanger

String wooden beads onto a metal pumpkin door hanger for a cute way to decorate your door. Get tutorial here

This sweet basket wreath

Fill a basket with pretty florals, and hang it on your door as a lovely accent piece. Get tutorial here

A darling sunflower wreath

String wooden beads onto a metal hoop before attaching a big, bright sunflower to make a modern wreath for your door. Get tutorial here

Her rustic tin can address planters

Flatten one end of your tin cans before painting them and filling them with succulents for a creative address planter. Get tutorial here

A bright, no-fade paint job

Add a pop of color to your home with a bright red door and a cute vinyl decal. Get tutorial here

This pretty flower-filled basket

Freshen up your front door with a basket hanger filled with pretty flowers. Get tutorial here

These beautiful rain boot vases

Repurpose old rain boots as super cute vases filled with bright flowers that’ll look beautiful hanging on your front door. Get tutorial here

This fall-spirited pumpkin hanger

Decorate a metal pumpkin door hanger with some spray paint, burlap ribbon, and florals for a simple door adornment. Get tutorial here

A beautifully stained door

Stain your unfinished fir door with a beautiful coffee bean color to change the entire look of the front of your home. Get tutorial here

This fun, bright paint job

Amp up your curb appeal with a turquoise front door to make your house stand out among your neighbors’. Get tutorial here

A flannel fall wreath

Glue fabric squares with various plaid patterns to a straw wreath to create a cozy flannel wreath perfect for fall. Get tutorial here

This sweet tin can door hanger

Repurpose a flattened, rusty tin can as a sweet door hanger filled with pretty florals. Get tutorial here

A pretty fern wreath

Add a bit of charm to your front door with a pretty fern wreath made with two embroidery hoops. Get tutorial here

This adorable sunflower wreath

Attach yellow clothespins and faux sunflowers to a dollar store pizza pan for a fun way to brighten up your door. Get tutorial here

Her easy Bundt pan pumpkin wreath

Use a regular Bundt pan as a wreath form, and then decorate it with fall-colored flowers, pumpkins, and ribbon for a seasonal door hanger. Get tutorial here

This popping paint job

Brighten your entryway and boost your home’s curb appeal using just a can of paint and some spray paint to refresh your outdated front door. Get tutorial here