If you’re part of The Shabby Tree then you already know I don’t make a lot of wreaths. We have been getting our Fall decor in and there are two items on our website that caught my. We have a great bag of small pumpkins and an amazing Fall colored half sphere. I just know that we can use these items to turn a simple grapevine wreath into an amazing Fall wreath.

The supplies that I’ll be using are:

1. One 18 inch grapevine wreath

2. One bag of pumpkins from our website

3. One Fall half sphere from our website

4. Spanish moss

5. Hot glue

6. Wire cutters

7. Metal words from the Dollar Tree (optional)

8. Heirloom White spray paint by Rust-oleum (optional)













You can find the half sphere and bag of pumpkins on our website by clicking the links down below.



The first step is to cut all of the small sprigs off of the half sphere.

Once you have the sprigs all cut you’ll then glue some of the Spanish moss onto the bottom half of the grapevine wreath.

Once you have the Spanish moss secured onto the grapevine wreath you’ll then glue on the pumpkins.

You can glue the pumpkins and gourds any where that you want onto the Spanish moss.

I found it easier to add the glue onto the Spanish moss and then attach the pumpkin.

Once you have all of the pumpkins and gourds glued in place you’ll then add the sprigs. I added hot glue to the ends of the sprigs and then added them into the Spanish moss.

Once you get all of the sprigs glued in place you can then add some more Spanish moss where needed.

I spray painted one of the metal words and added it to the wreath. This is an optional step but I thought it looked good.







This wreath was so quick and easy to make and I hope you’ll give it a try.