Fall Wreath with Matte Metallic Pumpkins

Fall Wreath with Matte Metallic Pumpkins

Posted by DecoArt on Sep 22nd 2019

I admit that I’m always chomping at the bit to pull out my fall decorations and get my fall crafting on. I always feel a little guilty posting about fall before Labor Day though because I know in a few short months I’ll be wishing I had held onto summer for every last minute!

DIY wreaths are one of my favorite things to craft, especially for fall. Considering how much I love wreaths and I also love pumpkins, I can’t believe out of all of the wreaths I’ve made that I haven’t ever made a pumpkin wreath for fall! This one was by far the easiest wreath I’ve ever made and I’m loving the non-traditional neutral palette for fall that ties in beautifully with my fall entryway.

Follow along with these quick and easy steps to make a beautiful fall wreath for your front door!

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Paint pumpkin picks with Americana Decor Matte Metallics in Ivory Pearl and Champagne with a soft paintbrush. Depending on the color of the pumpkins you’re painting it may take 2-3 coats to fully cover.

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Paint the stems of the pumpkins with Americana Decor Matte Metallics in Aged Bronze.

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Wrap the wires of the pumpkin picks through the grapevine wreath to secure the pumpkins in place.

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Hang your wreath on your door with zero guilt because Labor Day is the unofficial kick-off of fall, right? ;)

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