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Pretty DIY Pumpkin Wreath

With Fall just around the corner, we couldn’t wait to share this pretty DIY pumpkin wreath craft project. 

Making a Fall Pumpkin Wreath

Using vines from my sweeping mulberry tree, I started with making the pumpkin wreath form. The tree grows so quickly each year that I’m often making simple mulberry branch wreaths out of the long hanging vines. Soon we’ll be sharing the tutorial for making a snowman wreath form too!

holding a large pumpkin wreath form made from vines

I’m not sure which is more fun…making the wreath form or dressing it up with pretty Fall accessories like pinecones, colorful leaves and ribbon!

Materials Needed:

How to make a Pumpkin Wreath 

Start by laying out three sections of the fall foliage at the top of the pumpkin. You may need to cut the longer garland into sections.

Attach the foliage to the pumpkin wreath using the floral wire. Secure in places as needed.

Fill in any gaps with smaller sections of foliage.

Wrap the stem of the pumpkin using burlap ribbon.

Add a small cluster of raffia strands to the base of the stem

Add the pinecones randomly to the pumpkin farm using the floral wire

Finally add the birch slice to the base of the stem.

And that’s it! Hang your new pumpkin wreath on your front door or inside your home to enjoy!

We’ve added the pumpkin wreath to my fireplace mantle along side some painted bird houses and glittering go to candleholders.

This project originally appeared on Crafts by Amanda.

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DIY Pumpkin Wreath

Jane and Sonja
This beautiful yet simple DIY pumpkin wreath is the perfect decor for your mantle front door or wall.
5 from 1 vote

Materials
  

  • Pumpkin wreath forms
  • Fall foliage garland
  • Burlap ribbon and raffia
  • Small natural and white painted pinecones
  • Drilled verge slice button
  • Green floral wire
  • Wire snippers

Instructions
 

  • Start by laying out three sections of the fall foliage at the top of the pumpkin.
  • Attach the foliage to the pumpkin wreath using the floral wire. Secure in places as needed.
  • Fill in any gaps with smaller sections of foliage.
  • Wrap the stem of the pumpkin using burlap ribbon.
  • Add a small cluster of raffia strands to the base of the stem
  • Add the pinecones randomly to the pumpkin farm using the floral wire
  • Finally add the birch slice to the base of the stem.
  • Hang and enjoy!
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Alexandra

Monday 7th of September 2020

Rustic, and gorgeous!

Michelle

Thursday 3rd of September 2020

I love this wreath! It’s just so pretty!

Michelle https://mybijoulifeonline.com

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