All you need is a few scraps of wood, a branch, wire, and paint to create these super versatile DIY reclaimed wood pumpkins in gray. So easy and pretty too!
It seems like only yesterday that I was showing you how to make these beautiful DIY Reclaimed Wood Pumpkins.
Time flies when you’re having fun doesn’t it? And while I do still LOVE these pumpkins in their orangey hues I wanted to change up our front porch a little bit this fall season.
Instead of concentrating on pumpkins in their “normal” tones I figured I’d give this whole white and gray accent trend a try.
DIY Reclaimed Wood Pumpkins in Gray
- Fusion Mineral Paint in Pebble, Lamp White, and Soap Stone
- Twisted Sisal Rope
- Hitachi Sliding Dual Compound Miter Saw
- Wood glue
Since orange can be a tricky color to cover I knew exactly which paint I would be using for this project! I decided to use the following Fusion Mineral Paint colors for these pumpkins new look in Pebble, Lamp White, and Soap Stone.
After one coat of paint on each pumpkin, and a quick distress job (with my all-time favorite Ryobi Cordless Random Orbit Sander) these babies were ready to go!
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I can’t tell you how absolutely OVER-THE-MOON excited I am about the way these reclaimed wood pumpkins turned out. Don’t they just look amazing on top of my DIY flower planter dresser? Granted, I took out the flowers for the fall, but I’m still loving it outside!
Also, I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again.
The power of paint is a wonderful and easy way to fix just about anything!
DIY Reclaimed Wood Pumpkins in Gray and White
Just in case you were wondering how to make these pumpkins you can check out the full tutorial over here. It’s honestly just a bunch of scraps I had lying around, a branch, some wire, and paint. Super easy!
I hope everyone had an absolutely wonderful weekend, and looking forward to another amazing week :)
Pssttt…. Don’t forget to check out my Decorating projects page chocked full of DIY and decorating goodness!