A classic pumpkin wreath is a great way to add some festive décor to your home this fall. This project is easy and fun. This DIY Fall wreath with amazing fall colors will be the perfect wreath great way to add some festive décor to your home this fall.
How to Make A Classic Pumpkin Wreath
A pumpkin wreath is a perfect way to welcome guests to your home this fall. It’s easy to make and doesn’t take long, If you are looking for a simple and quick wreath project this weekend then this one is for you!
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make a classic pumpkin wreath using greenery, pumpkins, and stems. Want to make a different style of fall wreath using pumpkins then you will love the mauve fall one.
Pumpkins are fun to create with and come in all different shades of colors. You don’t have to settle for orange but I will have to say I don’t regret this color combination.
- Take your autumn colored leaf picks or stem and start by fluffing your stem pieces. Once you have them nice and fluffed you can start placing them in the wreath form.
- Dip the end of your stem into the hot glue pot. Start by placing one straight up in the center of your wreath
- Now grab a pumpkin foam piece and place glue on the bottom and place it right on the left inner side of the bottom of the wreath
- Now grab a pumpkin foam piece and place glue on the bottom and place it right on the left inner side of the bottom of the wreath.
- You can take some glue with a stick and secure it better by placing more glue underneath.
- Take another orange velvet pumpkin and stack it onto the one you just placed on the wreath. Just glue them right together.
- You can take a pick and stick through them to help secure them.
- Add more autumn colored leaf stems and place underneath the pumpkin foam pieces.
- Place these orange Chinese lantern stems on the left side of the wreath from the top piece to the bottom of the pumpkins you placed.
- The fall orange and yellow berry stems once cut into separate pieces can be placed around the orange pumpkins. Secure into the wreath form by dipping it into the hot glue pot.
- Add a bow, Tuck it right into the spot where the pumpkins meet together. Zip tie it to the wreath and fluff it.
- Now step back and see if any stem pieces, bow, or picks need to be positioned differently. If so just give them a little tweak and then you will have a beautiful finished project!
3D Wreath Tips and Tricks
Using the pumpkin picks in this wreath helped give this wreath some dimension. Some would call this a 3d pumpkin wreath. A simple tip to pass along when adding these pumpkin stems to your grapevine wreath is to make sure you have a few zip ties.
The zip ties will help secure the stems to the grapevine and keep the pumpkins from flopping. You can even add a dab of hot glue behind the pumpkin and adhere it to the wreath form.