DIY Chicken Wire Fall Wreath ( step by step with pictures). Are you looking for chicken wire wreath ideas for fall decor or even other occasions? Look no further… This step-by-step pumpkin chicken wire door wreath for fall decor is a cool and easy craft that you can make in a matter of minutes.

DIY Chicken Wire Fall Wreath ( step by step with pictures)

Slowly but surely the nights are starting to get longer again, which can only mean one thing – your favorite pumpkin-themed season is approaching. While it’s still a bit of a wait until the temperatures start to drop, that doesn’t mean that it’s too early to get excited about fall. Whether it’s the colorful landscapes, the endless supply of candy bars, or Halloween that make you the most thrilled, there are ways to sneak some of that (pumpkin) spice into your everyday life.

This project by Wire Fence features a pumpkin-shaped fall wreath that not only looks stunning on your door but also shows your surroundings how fond you are of this colorful season. So buckle up, gather some pinecones and pretty leaves, and let’s create this pretty chicken wire wreath!

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Materials you need for the chicken wire pumpkin wreath:

  • ⅛ inch MDF sheet
  • Chicken wire (16*16 inch piece)
  • Wire
  • White acrylic paint
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pliers
  • Cutting tool (hacksaw)
  • Decorations of your choice (fake flowers, fake leaves)

How to create this project:

Step 1. for making the chicken wire pumpkin door wreath

First, you will need to make sure that you have every supply you need for this project. Select the decoration pieces you are looking to use to create this wreath.

Materials you need to make the chicken wire wreath

Step 2.

Take the MDF sheet and draw the shape of a pumpkin on it. Don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be perfect, as this will be painted over later, so you can correct any mistakes.

Diy chicken wire wreath

Step 3.

Cut out the shape using a hacksaw or a suitable sharp tool.

Cut the shape of the pumpkin from the MDF sheet

How to make a chicken wire wreath step by step

Step 4.

Paint over the shape with the paint of your choice – this project was created using white paint, but you can experiment with the color choices of your liking!

Paint over the pumpkin shape over

Step 5.

Once the paint has dried, take the chicken wire and place it over your pumpkin shape. Cut out the shape of a pumpkin using pliers or wire cutters.

Cut the shape of chicken wire following the pattern of the pumpkin

Step 6.

Secure the chicken wire to the pumpkin base with the help of a hot glue gun. Glue the wire to the edges of the shape on multiple points.

DIY fall pumpkin wreath with chicken wire base

Step 7.

Cut some wire pieces, which will be used on the edges of the pumpkin shape to create the inner lines.

How to make a chicken wire wreath step by step

Step 8.

Take your jute twine and wrap it tightly around the wire pieces in order to achieve a rustic look. Secure the ends with hot glue.

Homemade Wreath From Chicken Wire
DIY Chicken Wire Pumpkin Wreath

DIY chicken wire pumpkin door wreath step by step with pictures

Step 9.

Glue the covered-up wire pieces to the pumpkin shape. Don’t worry about covering the top, as it’s going to be hidden by decorations later.

chicken wire wreath diy

Step 10.

Take the decorations and arrange them to your liking on the top of the shape. Secure them using your glue gun.

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Step 11.

Fold a piece of wire and cover it up with jute twine to create the stem of the pumpkin. Glue this to the back of the pumpkin shape.

DIY chicken wire door wreath step by step with pictures
Attach the pumpkin hanger behind the wreath

And that’s it! Your colorful fall wreath is ready to be hung on your door to welcome that cold autumn breeze.

DIY Chicken Wire Fall Wreath ( step by step with pictures)

Did you like this pumpkin wreath tutorial? Or do you have a craft idea that you’d like to share on our blog? If so, get in touch and we can feature your work on our blog.

This tutorial has been submitted by Timi Schmidt. More about Timi, you can read here.

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