Let me show you how I created this Fall Hoop Wreath for less than $10! Mixing greenery and white pumpkins create a soft but seasonal look.
Are you team neutral this season? I am leaning that way! Either way, this DIY hoop wreath is a must! It is so easy and inexpensive that you will never want to buy a wreath again and not to mention how pretty it will look on your door! I love mixing white pumpkins with greenery because it creates a soft delicate look. For all my DIY newbies and doubters, this one is for you! You can totally handle this DIY! Let’s get started!
This post is all about how to make a fall hoop wreath!!
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Materials for Fall Hoop Wreath
**For your convenience, some of the materials listed below are directly linked
- Wire Wreath or Hoop Wreath
- Floral Wire
- Hot Glue Gun
- Greenery Stems – I used 3 lamb’s ear stems
- Bag of pumpkins – I used white pumpkins
- Spray Paint – I went with Gold
How to Make this Fall Hoop Wreath
- Use snips or wire cutters to separate all four rings from the wreath form
- Position greenery on hoop
- Place 2 pieces going opposite directions from one another – see picture above
- Add additional pieces for more volume
- Twist stem around hoop
- Secure greenery to hoop with a few pieces of floral wire
- I recommend using 2-3 pieces of wire per stem, then doing a shake test
- Make a small slit in the bottom of each pumpkin
- Fill hole with hot glue
- Quickly insert a folded piece of floral wire into the hole, leaving both ends sticking out
- Let the hot glue cool for a few minutes
- Attach pumpkins to the center of the greenery
- To keep your pumpkins form shifting around, glue them together where they touch
- To hang your wreath, add a piece of twine or burlap or hang it as is
- Hang it up for all to see! Great job and Happy Fall!
Free Wreath Making Guide
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