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Pearly Pink, White, and Green Fall Wreath

By: Thrifty and Chic
October 6, 2020

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Pearly Pink  White  and Green Fall Wreath
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Fall is here! Are you team traditional fall decor or do you try to change it up a little bit? I came across my favorite fall combo a couple of years ago, pink and green. It's definitely a little different than what you expect, but I love the combo especially paired with white! 

Today I'm going to share with you a perfect fall wreath full of my favorite fall colors with the best pearly shimmer thanks to DecoArt's Americana® Pearls™. I'll also be showing a quick way to update a larger craft pumpkin to help complete the look! 

Items needed:

  • Americana Pearls 2oz - Snow White
  • Americana Pearls 2oz - Lamp Black
  • Americana Pearls 2oz - Baby Pink
  • Small craft pumpkins/acorns/pinecones
  • Garland swag
  • Wreath form
  • Hot glue
  • Large craft pumpkin
  • Flat craft pearls (for big pumpkin, or little ones if you wish!)


Here's a look at how these lovely craft pumpkins looked before adding the Americana® Pearls™.

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Step 1: For the wreath, I decided to make the pumpkins white and pink. For the white I used the Pearls™ in Snow White. For the pink, I wanted a softer pink so I mixed 1 part Baby Pink to 1 part Snow White to get my new color 


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Step 2: I painted 4 of the pumpkins with my new "snowy pink", and the other 4 Snow White. I used about 3 coats for full coverage which helped bring out the pearl shimmer even more.

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Step 3: I then took the Snow White and lightly brushed down the sides of 4 small pinecones.

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This color combo worked out beautifully!

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Step 4: While the paint dried, I used the hot glue and glued the lambs ear garland onto the wreath form.

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Step 5: I then positioned where I wanted the pumpkins and the pinecones. I decided to bunch differing colors and sizes of pumpkins, one small and one big with one pink and one white. I then placed the pinecones between the pumpkins.

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And that's it for the wreath! I did add a little extra middle wreath I found at the craft store. I simply tied this on with some jute.


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Now for the pearl pumpkin! It started off perfect just asking for some paint!


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Step 1: I used two coats of the Pearls™ in Snow White


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Step 2: For the stem, I brushed on Pearls™ in Lamp Black. This had excellent coverage and only required one coat. 


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These two colors are simple but made the pumpkin beautiful!

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Step 3: I decided to add some faux craft pearls to the pumpkin. I simply glued them on with some hot glue.

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I love how this turned out. The Pearls™ paint gave these pumpkins the perfect shimmer and a little glam. Definitely not your average traditional pumpkins!

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Hope you all have a wonderful fall!


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Be sure to visit Thrifty and Chic  for more projects and to learn more about Alicia.


Lovely pastel theme for Autumn, very creative!


October 6, 2020

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