DIY Pumpkin Wreath

9 Materials
30 Minutes
Fall is my absolutely favorite time to decorate! It is often hard to find a good wreath that can work for Fall and Halloween! This pumpkin wreath is my solution for both! I hope you enjoy this simple project!
  • Orange Deco Mesh
  • Burlap Ribbon
  • Ombre Green Wire Ribbon
  • T Pins
  • Faux Fall Leaves & Sticks
  • Floral Wire
  • Floral Wire Cutter
  • 12 or 16 inch Styrofoam Wreath Form
  • Scissors

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Unravel the orange deco mesh, gather the end together. Using the T pins, attach the gathered end to the back of the wreath. 

Unravel the deco mesh until it stretches across the wreath form. Cut the deco mesh leaving enough room to gather and wrap the end around the back of of the wreath form. 
Release steps 1 and 2 until the whole wreath form is covered, forming the body of the pumpkin. 

Create a bow with the green ribbon and attach it to wreath form using 2 T pins at the top of the pumpkin.

Cut seven 18 inch strips of burlap ribbon. 
Fold each piece of burlap ribbon in half and twist. Secure the twist with floral wire. Attach to the wreath form right above the bow. Repeat with remaining pieces, securing them around the top of the wreath. 

Use your fingers to curl each end of the burlap ribbon. 

Use the wire cutter to clip leaves off the faux branches. 

Attach leaves to the bottom of the pumpkin using a T pin. Keep adding leaves until you get your desired look. 

Stick a few faux branches through the deco mesh at the top of the wreath so they look they are coming out of the burlap stem. Secure in place using T pins. TADA!!!
Happy Fall!!! Tune in to Hometalk's Facebook Page on Wednesday September 27 at 11am for a live broadcast featuring this project!

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Lynn Lilly
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  • Patti Patti on Oct 05, 2018

    This might seem weird. But what is a T Pin.

  • Dot Dot on Oct 08, 2018

    Tried this but did not turn out like this at all....

    Can you provide a pic of the steps with the mesh...

    And I could still see the white under the mesh.... ???


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