Fluid Art | Fall Pumpkin Wreath

Fluid Art | Fall Pumpkin Wreath

Posted by DecoArt on Oct 10th 2021

Make a beautiful, paint poured pumpkin wreath to enhance your front door.


  • ribbon (optional)
  • freezer paper
  • string
  • e6000 adhesive
  • aluminum foil pan
  • Wreath rings/frames
  • medium paint brush
  • mini pumpkins
  • disposable cups
  • wire rack
  • Wooden Skewers
  • plastic tablecloth


  1. Gather as many mini pumpkins as needed for the wreath size. (Measure by laying pumpkins on the wreath frame.) For a 16" frame you will need approximately 14 mini pumpkins. (TIP: pour a few more to have in case needed.) Use the Sunkissed Fluid Art Ready to Pour Paint Pack plus the Gold Metallic Ready to Pour Paint. Cover your work surface with the plastic tablecloth. Set the wire rack(s) in the aluminum foil pan. Place several pumpkins on the rack. This will allow the extra paint to drip off. (TIP: a plastic tray and a wire rack will work too.) Start by pouring/painting the gold onto all of the stems.
  2. Instruction #1
  3. In a small disposable cup, tilted to one side, layer paint colors from the Sunkissed pack: Sienna, Ivory, Golden Yellow and Smokey Pink. Pour in a cicular motion on top of each pumpkin. Refill cup in different layering patterns to get a variety of different pour looks.
  4. Instruction #2
  5. Allow the excess paint to drip into the aluminum pan before placing pumpkins on skewers on top of freezer paper. Add remaining pumpkins to the wire racks and repeat process until all the pumpkins have been painted.
  6. Instruction #3
  7. Be sure the pumpkins are completely dry before handling the. When dry, place the pumpkins on the wreath frame to find your favorite design pattern.
  8. Instruction #4
  9. Using the medium flat brush, paint wreath frame with Smokey Pink. Allow to dry completely before assembling.
  10. Instruction #5
  11. Using E6000, glue each pumpkin onto the wreath frame.
  12. Instruction #6
  13. If needed, prop crumpled freezer paper under the pumpkins to keep them level while drying. When the glue is set, tie a loop of string around the wreath frame to hang from a door hanger. Optional: tie a coordinating ribbon to hang.
  14. Instruction #7
  15. This is a wonderful DIY paint pouring project - great for any fall décor!
  16. Instruction #8