Want a striking fall wreath that can easily change to Halloween decor? Then this show-stopping White Pumpkin Wreath is for you! For more spooky Halloween creations see my Halloween page.
Hello readers, it’s almost that time again! My favorite holiday, Halloween is almost here. I wanted to make something this year that would be modern yet striking for my front door. I found a pic of a similar white pumpkin wreath that debuted at Homegoods a few years ago and I fell in love. The stark white look of the pumpkins just pops in all the right places. I set out to recreate my own version of this eerie beauty.
The first thing you will need is small white pumpkins! Well, unfortunately right now, they do not exist in any of the stores near me or online. So to not to let that stop me, I had to buy a bunch of small beige pumpkins and spray paint them all flat white to get the look I was going for.
This wreath starts out simple enough, but to snaz it up for October I added some fun signs I found online. Here’s how to make one for your home this season.
White Pumpkin Wreath for Fall to Halloween
- Small Pumpkins
- Spray Paint: (2) White Flat
- Wood Floral Picks
- 18-inch Twig Wreath
- Faux Crows (2)
- Halloween Signs: Trick or Treat, Sorry Out of Candy
- Black Leaf Floral Stems (2)
Remove pumpkin stems and spray paint the foam pumpkins white if needed.
Remove the wire from wood floral picks. Insert the sharp tip of the wood floral pick into the bottom center of a pumpkin. Pull the pick out and add a dot of hot glue to the flat end of the pick. Quickly insert it into the hole you made in the bottom of the pumpkin.
Add pumpkins around inside edge of the wreath. Add pumpkins to outside edge of the wreath. Move the pumpkins around until then fit evenly around the wreath. Hot glue all the pumpkins to the wreath after you get a good placement. That’s it for the first look, now onto the next!
To change this wreath over to Halloween I just added some sparkling black floral type greenery in between the pumpkins.
With pliers cut individual sections of the greenery and place them randomly between the pumpkins. Hot glue them into place. Add a couple of spooky crows to the top and side of the wreath.
I found this super cute “Trick or Treat” sign that really pops with the shades of oranges and yellows. It looks great right smack in the middle of the wreath.
Then later when all the candy is gone form the trick or treaters I can add this super cute “Sorry Out of Candy” sign to the wreath.
Isn’t his sign adorable? I gave it a mini facelift with some tulle and fabric trim.
Just fold and hot glue some black tulle to the edges of the sign.
Make two rows of tulle ruffles. Add fabric trim with hot glue and some fun rick-rack trim for a hanger. I can’t decide which way I want to display my wreath! Which one do you like the best?
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More Halloween Wreath Projects:
- Ravens Nest Wreath
- Wicked Witch Halloween Wreath
- Green Man Woodland Wreath
- Day of Dead Wreath by My Pinterventures
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