I can’t even handle the cuteness of this pumpkin tulle wreath from my friend Kimberly of A Night Owl. You’ll want to scroll down to the bottom so see Kimberly’s other tulle creations. If you are looking for a spookier wreath, check out my snake wreath tutorial. Don’t forget to link up your Halloween crafts, recipes and decor HERE.
It’s the season for all things pumpkin, right? Well it’s time to join in the festivities with a quick and easy Pumpkin Tulle Wreath! Now I’m a big fan of all things tulle, but since I don’t have any girls, I use tend to use tulle on wreaths instead of tutus. Tulle is a great alternative to yarn wreaths if you are running short on time.
Wreath form (I got mine from the dollar spot at Target!)
Brown foam sheet
Ribbon to hang
To make the wreath, simply cut similar lengths of the orange tulle. You can see from the picture my pieces measured about 14 inches long. Then simply tie each length of tulle around the wreath form until most of the form is covered. I then cut out a “stem” from the brown foam sheet and hot glued it to the wreath. I also hot glued a small piece of green tulle on the back for leaves. Lastly I hot glued a cute pom pom ribbon to the back in order to hang the wreath. And you’re done! And here’s how it turned out.
Fun, right? I want to thank Vanessa for having me today and for letting me share this little project with you. If you like this wreath, you might want to check out these other fun tulle wreaths I’ve made this year:
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Hi! I’m Kimberly from A Night Owl, a blog about the evening antics of a working mom! I’m wife to my best friend and mother to two adorable boys. In my “spare time” you can usually find me on Instagram or Pinterest, and I enjoy crafting, photography, thrifting, parties and a quick and easy recipe. And I love to share my adventures with others! I also enjoy connecting with new friends and would love for you to come by A Night Owl and introduce yourself!
That is adorable! 😀
Cute–I love the pom pom hanger!
So creative and fun! Thx for the tutorial!