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Happy Monday! Hope you had a great weekend!
Today I’m sharing this fun fall themed wall planter DIY:
Isn’t it cute? I purchased these planters on clearance at Hobby Lobby for my new office at work (you can find similar ones here and here). They hung empty on my wall for awhile until I was finally ready to decorate them this weekend. I made a run to Hobby Lobby (again!) and purchased dry floral foam, a sprig of eucalyptus, a box of fall decorations with little pumpkins and greenery and green wood floral picks to attach to the pumpkins, etc.
I plugged in my hot glue gun and got to work. First I cut the foam to size. I was able to use one piece and split it between the two planters.
Next, I attached the wood floral picks to the pumpkins and greenery.
I inserted the outer pumpkin picks into the foam in a downward angle so that the pumpkins would look like they’re hanging over the side of the planter.
Then I inserted the other pumpkins in the middle, one lower and one higher to give it depth.
Once I had the pumpkins inserted, I filled in the empty spaces with the greenery that came with the pumpkins, the eucalyptus, and some pinecones I already had. There’s no real science to it, I just tried inserting them in different spots and if I didn’t like the way it looked I tried a different spot until I got the look I was going for.
I didn’t go crazy with the hot glue because I want to be able to change out the floral décor with the seasons so I only used it where I had to.
And that’s it! A simple but pretty DIY project for fall.
Here they are on my wall at work – I’ve received tons of compliments on them already!
What DIY are you working on right now? Is there one you’d like to see on here? Let me know in the comments!