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Happy Fall Pumpkin Wreath

By: Honeybear Lane
September 30, 2016

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Happy Fall Pumpkin Wreath
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Wreaths are a great way to add holiday festivity and it can be so simple and quick, even if you don't consider yourself 'crafty.'  I have a plain grapevine wreath that I dressed up with a wooden pumpkin hanging in the middle.  It was a very simple craft and it will be very easy to swap it out when fall is over.

Items needed:

  • Americana Decor Outdoor Living 8oz - Harvest
  • Americana Decor Outdoor Living 8oz - Picket Fence
  • Americana Decor Outdoor Living 8oz - Iron Gate
  • Walnut Hollow Wood Pallet Pumpkin
  • Twine
  • Drill
  • Sandpaper


Mix the two paints together in a 5:1 ratio, with white being the higher ratio.  Paint the wood pumpkin with this color.  Let it dry.

Instruction #1 - FullSizeRender22
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Paint another coat in the Picket Fence color.  Let it dry.

Instruction #2 - FullSizeRender 286
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Free hand the phrase 'Happy Fall Y'all!' with a pencil (it's a good idea to practice on paper first and draw your perimeters for the words on the pumpkin.)

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Using a fine paintbrush, paint the words in black.

Sand the pumpkin until it's smooth and distressed.

Drill a hole in the stem and thread the twine through it.  Tie the pumpkin onto the wreath.

Instruction #6 - happy fall yall wreath
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Hang your new fall wreath on your front door and enjoy!

Instruction #7 - pumpkin wreath
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