When I came across the copper coils in The Home Depot’s plumbing aisle, I couldn’t look away from their shiny finish, beautiful color, and uncanny resemblance to the Halloween icon, the pumpkin. It inspired this shiny, slightly minimalist DIY Halloween wreath project.
With just four supplies and five minutes, you can create your own pumpkin fall wreath.
You’ll need the following materials for your Halloween wreath:
- One coil of 20 foot copper refrigeration pipe
- Green grosgrain ribbon from the craft store
- Poster board
- Glue gun
To create the wreath, I simply wrapped the grosgrain ribbon around a square of poster board, and secured it with a few dots of hot glue.
Then, I bent the coil to create an oval shape, similar to that of a pumpkin.
Slip the square of poster board (the stalk) in between the coils, tie a bit of ribbon around one of the coils to create a bow, and hang the wreath on the door!
Simple. Fast. Pretty.
What do you think? Easiest homemade Halloween decoration you’ve ever seen??
Take a look at an easy DIY burlap wreath we made that can be redecorated every season. And check out The Home Depot’s Holiday Decorations page for more DIY projects and decorations for the entire holiday season.
DIY Décor is a series about small, affordable design and décor projects for home and garden.