Pumpkin Wreath

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I have seen pumpkin wreaths online, and decided to try my hand at one. I gathered together some materials I had at home, then went to Hobby Lobby for the rest.
I decided what color mesh ribbon I wanted the body of the pumpkin to be, a cream color paper deco mesh is what I used.
I took my 20 inch wreath form and began gluing the pipe cleaners on it, twisting them to the back of the form.
I placed 7 on top, and 7 on bottom, with a gap on each side.
I took my mesh, and folded over the end, pushed to the back, and secured with the top side pipe cleaner.
I twisted the ribbon back to the front and went down to the bottom side pipe cleaner just below it, fastening on the back.
I continued up and down, this is after a few rows.
This is the finished body.
And this is the finished product. I love how it turned out! To see more detail, visit my blog.

Suggested materials:

  • Mesh ribbon, wreath form

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  • Sue Sue on Oct 06, 2016
    What is the entire name of the mesh? Some wreaths call for paper mesh.

  • Cyn19878595 Cyn19878595 on Aug 30, 2017
    That's really nice! I like the idea, like the cream & fall colors too! Were the bows/ribbon different to do? Are they wire?

  • Linda Kusiak Linda Kusiak on Sep 20, 2017
    Did you bend the round into pumpkin shape

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