I absolutely love the Fall months, with the changing leaves, and the cooler temps, and sitting around the fire! My friend Fatima at Twirling Feathers made this gorgeous wreath, and I knew I had to make one for myself! She is so talented and makes such beautiful things, if you’re not following her, you should be! This Grapevine Jack O Lantern Wreath brings out the feeling of Fall beautifully, and I hope you like it enough to give one a try too! I also hope I did hers some justice!
2 Serving Trays
Orange Spray Paint
Black Spray Paint
Battery Lights (Optional)
First, using chalk I drew a Jack O Lantern face onto one of the serving trays.
Second, I used a box cutter knife to cut out the outlined Jack O Lantern face.
Third, I spray painted the serving tray with a coating of the orange paint.
Fourth, after the orange paint dried I lightly misted over it with the black paint.
Fifth, I attached the leaf garland throughout the grapevine wreath.
Sixth, I used hot glue to glue the two serving trays together.
Seventh, I made a small hole through the top of the two trays. I then attached a length of wire through the grapevine wreath and secured that through the hole in the trays.
Eighth, I attached the witch hat to the top of the wreath using wire.
Ninth, I cut a small hole into the side of the witch hat.
Tenth, I weaved a piece of the grapevine wreath through the hole in the witch hat and used wire to attach the Fall florals to it.
Finally, I attached a bow to the end of the piece of wreath left sticking out.
Here is the final result, what do you think? I love how this ended up turning out. It gives off the perfect Fall feel with a touch of Halloween with the witch hat! Do you think you would like to try this Grapevine Jack O Lantern Wreath too?
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