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DIY Metal Pumpkin Grapevine Wreath

DIY Metal Pumpkin Grapevine Wreath

DIY Metal Pumpkin Grapevine Wreath

This week we are using a colorful Metal Pumpkin for the centerpiece of our newest Grapevine Wreath. Our floral designer Tim used a variety of foliage and Fall Mums to create this gorgeous Wreath. You can create one of your very own using the steps and supplies listed below. 

Supplies needed:


  • First you will need to gather all of the needed supplies. Any combination of florals and greenery can be used when creating this wreath. Use your imagination and create something one-of-a-kind for your home.

  • To get started we will remove the legs off of our Metal Pumpkin. These can be taken off by loosening the wing nuts that are on the back of the Pumpkin. Once the legs have been removed you will need to feed a small piece of floral wire in between the Pumpkin and the bottom support on either side of the Pumpkin. These wires will then be used to secure the Pumpkin to the wreath. Tim placed ours in the center bottom portion of the wreath. 



  • Next we will add our Maple Ivy Leaves Swag to the wreath. You will want to cut the swag into 6 sections to place around the base of the Pumpkin. Tim places two on either side of the Pumpkin and then two of the smaller sections directly under the front of the Pumpkin. Remember to add Hot Glue to each of the pieces before placing it in the Wreath. 



  • Now that we have our base, we can start adding greenery and the other accents. We are cutting the greenery spray into separate sections and placing them throughout the wreath. Don't forget to add a bit of hot glue to the end of each stem before you place it in the wreath. 



  • Our next greenery is the Fall Leaves Bush. We are also going to cut this into separate sections and then place it throughout the wreath. 



  • Now we will work on tying the bow for the wreath. Tim created a three loop stacked bow for the center of the wreath just below the pumpkin. He used the floral wire to tie the bow and to also secure it to the wreath by twisting it around the grapevine. 



  • In our last step, Tim cut apart the Mum Floral Bush into separate pieces and placed them throughout the wreath. We opted to only use the Orange and Burgundy Mums off of the Bush, but you can use as many colors as you would like. 



  • When you have added the Mums you can come to a stopping point or you can continue to fill in any holes that you may have with any leftover greenery or accents. You can use this wreath throughout the Fall season to welcome Family & Friends. 



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  • Rebecca Coffman