Make this super easy and inexpensive fall white pumpkin wreath to bring a touch of autumn to your front door!
When the seasons change and I begin fluffing my house, at some point I usually get an email from my daughter listing her own fluffing needs and wants. Most of the time they are simple things like a new doormat, or something for her mantel. Occasionally she asks for a new wreath for her front door, and that’s when I get excited.
We all know about my wreath obsession, and it doesn’t take much to get the creative juices flowing! This is her most recent request, and it’s from one of my favorite sites, Williams-Sonoma. (It’s no longer available, but you can see a picture below.) Since the retail price was $129.95, there was no way we were buying this wreath. So what’s left to do?
Make it! I liked the orange pumpkins, but Elizabeth requested white, so that’s what I used. Also, I couldn’t find faux maple leaves that I liked, so I bought leaf sprays that were a softer shade. I used the picture as inspiration, but for our white pumpkin wreath, I didn’t copy it exactly. This definitely makes the whole process more interesting.
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- 18 – 22 in. grapevine wreath
- garland of fall leaves
- white pumpkins with picks
- orange pumpkins with picks
- florist wire
You can see an example of what the pumpkins look like in the image below. They are literally white pumpkins with a pick sticking out from the bottom.
How to Assemble
Put the grapevine wreath on a flat work surface, or the floor. If you are using leaf sprays, stick the first one into the left side of the wreath, and loosely attach the leaves along the bottom of the wreath with florist wire. Stick the second spray into the right side and attach the leaves along the top of the wreath. If you are using a garland, attach it to the wreath in four places with florist wire. Your desired end result is a monochromatic array of leaves that covers the wreath.
At this point if possible, hang up the wreath. It will be much easier to place the pumpkins. Stick the pumpkin picks into the wreath randomly until you have filled the wreath. I left gaps between the pumpkins (like our inspiration pic) but you could place them close together for a more controlled look. Make a hanger out of florist wire and attach it to the back of the wreath.
Not including the time it took me to shop, from start to finish, this white pumpkin wreath took 15 minutes to make. It’s super easy. It’s also super cheap compared to the Williams-Sonoma version! Everything was on sale, and the grand total was just under $30.00. (I already had florist wire, so I didn’t have to buy any of that.)
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