White Pumpkins

Recycle those orange pumpkins from last year.  Just a little spray paint works every time!

 

fall wreath

Glue, tape, wire on some styrofoam and cover with moss.

Spray paint old pumpkins from a Goodwill wreath. I used craft paint for the stem.

Separate your dried materials, you’ll need some for both sides.

Add some fun flat mushrooms.

I used 3 stems of feathers.  I just can’t enough feathers!

I hung it on my cabinet door, to tweak it.

It’s going to be big on the door, always “Go Big”!

The mushrooms add so much texture.

It fits!

Spray paint can change your world, loving what it did for those pumpkins.

What do you think?  Are you going to spray paint something?

Welcome Home Fall!

Sharing at these wonderful places:

Fox Hollow Cottage

Funky Junk

Southern Hospitality Door Decor

Domestically Speaking

No Minimalist Here 

The CSI Project

Common Ground

 Between Naps on The Porch

Hooked On Houses

Potpourri at 2805

DIY Showoff





Comments

  1. 1
    Shannon says:

    Okay, I now seriously have front door envy. I guess I really need a new look for my front door. Good thing I don’t know where you live, that beauty could go missing… just saying ;)

  2. 2
    debbie says:

    It looks AWESOME Debbie! You did a fantastic job. I almost did the feathers too this year, but it just would not work with my house.

  3. 3

    Beautiful wreath!!!

  4. 4
    Deb Owen says:

    Absolutely beautiful! I love the feathers and white gourds. Wow, makes me want to run to Hobby Lobby right now! Deb

  5. 5
    Kim says:

    That is truly beautiful. Hmmmm, may need to change my door decor.

  6. 6
    Barb says:

    Your wreaths are wonderful! What a great project.
    Barb

  7. 7
    Vanessa says:

    Ok Debbie…do you know how often Heather and I talk about how talented you are??!! I mean, seriously this is gorgeous! I love that you put the mushrooms in there and think they add so much interest and texture. You truly know how to bring your ideas to life in a big way and I absolutely love this!
    Vanessa

  8. 8
    Snannon says:

    Love it! I use dried mushrooms and pheasant feathers in my Thanksgiving tree. Your front door wreath looks amazing!

  9. 9
    vickie says:

    This is beautiful! Great way to use old pumpkins and I love the feathers. I used a lot of feathers in my decorations this year.

  10. 10
    Marianne says:

    Debbie, your wreath is just gorgeous, I just love all of the feathers and natural elements you added. You did a fantastic job.
    Marianne :)

  11. 11
    Sami says:

    I am definitely adding some white pumpkins to my outside and taking another look at big fantastic looking multiple leaves mushroom I saw in the woods yesterday. Thank you for helping me to know that the wreath I have used, although new, is what I thought. Boring!!

  12. 12
    Becca says:

    This is fabulous !!!! It looks spectacular … you should be very proud of your accomplishment. White pumpkins are my fave, and the feathers are awesome, too! xo

  13. 13
    Carol says:

    Beautiful. . .so elegant! Love the fact you used white pumpkins and so many interesting textures.

    Smiles,
    Carol

  14. 14
    Laura says:

    Really pretty, thanks for sharing! Take care, Laura

  15. 15

    This is probably the most gorgeous wreath I’ve seen in ages! … well at least since Susie’s! She has mad skills doesn’t she? The addition of the dried mushrooms are beautiful and the dark stain of the door sets it all off perfectly! Great job!
    Kim @ Sand & Sisal recently posted..Decorating a Fall Front Porch

  16. 16
    Teresa says:

    Love your wreath! The white pumpkins and feathers are great together. Spotted it at open house party.

  17. 17

    This is beautiful!!! Your wreath is now my inspiration!! I have been struggling with what to do and this is it!!! Thanks for the idea! P.S. I think yours turned out better than your inspiration!

  18. 18

    Wow! Seriously! That wreath is amazing! yes, I’ll take two please……do you ship? hee

  19. 19
    Miss Kitty says:

    Gosh! Just SO beautiful and classy! I love all the elements that you used but especially the pheasant feathers. Great job. I saw your post at “Southern Hospitality”.

  20. 20
    Linda Harre says:

    I love your wreath! Very inspiring:D All the neutral color is charming:D You have me looking through my stash to see what I can spray paint white as well….LOL!

  21. 21

    GORGEOUS!! I love it! :)

  22. 22

    So gorgeous! Seriously, you could make these and sell them. You are one talented lady.

  23. 23

    Wonderful to discover your site thru Sherry’s Open House Party…and just when I thought your wreath could not get any prettier, placing it on your gorgeous richly toned door took it over the top. Happy Fall!

  24. 24
    Linda@Coastal Charm says:

    Debbie,
    LOVE IT!!!! What a stunning frontdoor welcome…come on in and see more!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

  25. 25

    Beautiful wreath! It looks great on your door and the white pumpkins really stand out.

  26. 26
    Jen says:

    Wow, we do have similar backgrounds! But I like yours better! Wanna trade? :) Love these wreaths and wish I had double doors. So elegant! Thanks for stopping by my blog so I could come find yours!
    Jen

  27. 27

    WOW. I love your wreath and I’m heading the Susie Harris’ blog too. Both of you are inspiring me. Do you mind if I ask what phont you used for your house numbers? I saw this on My Sweet Savannah and want to do it too. Love your phont. You can email or stop by my blog to let me know, if you would. Thanks

  28. 28
    debbi says:

    omg!! GORGEOUS

  29. 29
    Ruby says:

    Beautiful wreath!

  30. 30
    June Scott says:

    Wow, Debbie!! Absolutely fabulous against your beautiful, dark wood door! I love how you followed your inspiration! and made it even better! Great job!
    June Scott recently posted..Inspired by… yarn

  31. 31
    Karen says:

    That is one gorgeous wreath! I am definitely stealing some inspiration from you! I think the mushrooms (look like bracket fungi) really make it! I always use a lot of pheasant feathers since I’m from NE and our son likes to hunt them–they just really say “FALL” to me. My door is not as gorgeous as yours, but I think it will still look classy on a dark navy door. Thanks for sharing!

  32. 32
    Michele says:

    My I just say; fantastic!

  33. 33
    Honey says:

    I adore your door wreath with all the natural elements you added. The instructions are terrific and easy to follow. Thank for for sharing this fantastic wreath!

    Thank you for linking to Potpourri Friday. I appreciate your participation!

  34. 34
    Karena says:

    Debbie this is one of the most gorgeous fall wreaths I have seen! Bravo!

    I have hooked up with Julia’s Party as well!

    xoxo
    Karena

    Art by Karena

  35. 35

    this is gorgeous, great inspiration, thanks so much for linking up with VIF! xo

  36. 36
    paulette says:

    Absolutely LoVe it !
    Thank you for sharing

  37. 37

    Your door wreath looks great, I really like the white pumpkins incorporated with the naturals~they pop nicely against your dark door. Susie always has great ideas.

  38. 38
    Sherry says:

    Debbie, This is such a beautiful Fall wreath. I love everything about it! Thank you for sharing this at the Open House party.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

  39. 39
    FABBY says:

    Your wreaths are stunning! I love the elegance they have, you’re very talented too Debbie. I also love your fronto door with the glass, lovely! Thank you for sharing and happy Halloween! Hugs, FABBY

  40. 40
    Lesley says:

    Wow! After all these comments, not sure I should say anything!!! lol I like yours better!! Inspires me to do something out of natural materials this weekend. Thanks! Here from Funky Junk.

  41. 41
    Christina says:

    I just LOVE this wreath; you’ve done a spectacular job!

    Take care,
    Christina
    designingbynumbers.blogspot.com
    Christina recently posted..Coming Soon to a Master Bedroom Near Me {Sneak Peek, & a Special Thank You!}

  42. 42

    LOVE THIS WREATH, SO PRETTY AND IT LOOKS SO BEAUTIFUL ON YOUR DOOR. Id love to feature it if that would be ok with you let me know
    lauren

  43. 43
    Jenny says:

    I adore this. It’s prettier than your inspiration wreaths! Would you link it up to my party? I would love my readers to see it!

    http://daysofchalkandchocolate.blogspot.com/2011/10/latest-and-greatest-friday-3-and.html

  44. 44
    Roeshel says:

    Beautiful! I love your door too. What a warm welcome! I love the one you did for Mrs. P too – including both in tomorrow’s DIY Fall Festival highlights! ;)

  45. 45

    I featured you in my TOP THAT post.

    Cheri

  46. 46

    i didnt know that you had replyed back to me on your blog, i will feature the wreath this monday!
    THANK YOU!

  47. 47
    Laurie says:

    This so beautiful! Nice job!
    Laurie recently posted..Decorate with Branches

  48. 48
    Dawn says:

    I love this and the dark door makes the white pumpkins pop, great job

  49. 49
    Megan Brooke says:

    Such a pretty wreath Debbie!! You’ve inspired me to get my butt into gear and start working on my fall wreath!!
    Megan Brooke recently posted..Fall Fashion Ideas

  50. 50

    I do love me some white pumpkins…gorgeous!
    Jessica @ Mom 4 Real recently posted..Monogrammed Pumpkin…A New Old Post

  51. 51

    Your wreath is so pretty. What a nice addition to your entry!
    Ricki Jill Treleaven recently posted..Primp Your Pumpkin

  52. 52
    Kristy says:

    I love the color of your front door! What color did you use for that?? I am currently in the process of re doing my parents front door for them and would love to achieve this look.

  53. 53
    Marcia Hooker says:

    I absolutely love ur white pumpkin wreath…would like to copy it exactly but not sure what to buy….I shop at Michaels…do I need glue…tape….and wire? Could u tell me everything that is on it….I have to have it….it’s sooo beautiful…thank you….

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