Easy to Make Pumpkin Topiaries using real pumpkins is a simple way to decorate your porch for fall.
It doesn’t have to be fancy to create a stylish fall porch for your home. Making your own topiary out of pumpkins is probably easier than you think. You can use real or faux and a variety of colors. They always look great and it’s easy to add different elements for Halloween.
If you like creating your own DIY home decor, then you’ll love my DIY Indian Corn Wreath.
How to Make Pumpkin Topiaries
I used the plant urns we already had, but any flower pot you like will work.
Supplies for Making a Pumpkin Topiary
- Urn, planter or galvanized bucket
- 2 Grapevine Wreaths
- Fall picks and sprays
- 4 pumpkins – two large that are flatter on top and two small. Choose the colors you love. You can even stack in threes. Use real or faux.
- Place the grapevine wreath on your planter and insert as many fall picks around the wreath to fill in as much as you’d like. I had bought a fall garland, then took it apart and added the pieces where I wanted.
- Set the large pumpkin on top of the wreath. My urns already had dirt in them, which may help if the pumpkin is smaller than your wreath. Break the stem of the large pumpkin off so the small one will set on top.
- Place the smaller pumpkin on top of the large.
- You can leave it as is, or you can continue to fill in between the pumpkins with more fall picks.
- For Halloween, try adding a couple of decorative crows or mice. I found mine at the Dollar Store.
I love the rustic look these pumpkin topiaries bring to my fall decor. All I needed to do was fill in the porch with a couple of potted mums and maybe a couple more pumpkins or gords and my fall porch was complete.