24 Pumpkin Wreath Tutorials
Do you love fall and everything associated with it? Why not jazz up your décor with a pumpkin wreath? There are tons of ways and materials that you can make it from and it ends up looking great. We have tried to handpick a few tutorials that allow you to make some of the best pumpkin wreaths. What’s more? We have something for Halloween too! Scroll down to know more.
Make a classic style statement with this pumpkin wreath for fall. It is made with putka pods that look like tiny pumpkins.
Make your front door look inviting this fall by hanging a grapevine wreath with miniature white pumpkins all over it.
A burlap garland is spray painted orange and secured to a wire wreath form with floral wire. You can search your yard for a perfect piece of wood to serve as the stem.
The orange mesh pumpkin wreath directions are pretty simple to follow. It is made on a wreath form and enhances your door décor.
Deco mesh ribbons were used to make this fairytale pumpkin wreath. You can also make the autumn orange wreath with geo mesh.
Small foam balls are wrapped with orange yarn to make the little pumpkins on a wreath form. It spices up your Halloween décor.
This is a very simple wreath that anyone can make. The white mini pumpkins look cute on the wreath. It is hung with a buffalo check ribbon.
This grapevine wreath is adorned with a velvet pumpkin. Instead of orange, you can have pink or white velvet pumpkins.
A Disney inspired Mickey pumpkin head wreath would steal the spotlight in Halloween. Click on the link above to get the detailed directions of the craft.
The plaid bow gives this harvest pumpkin wreath a farmhouse look. Instead of having the mini pumpkins in orange, you can paint them cream, teal, blue or white as per your preferences.
A pumpkin-shaped grapevine wreath is a trendy and popular fall décor. It is three overlapping grapevine wreaths that are wired together. A twig shaped stem is added to it.
Just a few household items can help you nail this simple project. You can paint the clothespins in a color scheme of your choice.
We are sure that the sheer elegance of the wreaths would have bowled you over by now. Take your pick from a DIY that most appeals to you and start off with your craft. Apart from the crochet one, most of the wreaths don’t need any special skills. They need some passion, though!
Published on July 24th 2020 by Peyton Derrida