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Upcycled Craft: Fall Floral Decoration Using A Metal Can

 Hello everyone! I hope you are doing well. Personally, I am tired of the heat we've been experiencing and I'm eagerly anticipating the arrival of fall weather here in Colorado. How is the weather where you are? Thank you all for joining me again to create some crafts today. Our project is a fall flower arrangement made from a metal can. I cleaned out a snack can and transformed it into a beautiful display of fall florals using materials I had at home. However, if you don't have these materials, you can find them at most craft stores. I will provide a list of materials below as always, so let's get started! Video Tutorial Materials One metal can Mod podge Decorative napkin Faux Fall Floral Acrylic paint Wooden beads Paintbrush Scissors Floral cutters Applying paint to the can The first step is to apply paint to your metal can. Make sure to let each coat of acrylic paint dry completely before applying the next coat. Apply a total of three coats of paint and use a blow dr

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Create With Me: Autumn Grapevine Wreath

Today, we will make an autumn grapevine wreath using mini pumpkins, faux fall floral, a metal sign, faux greenery, and other materials.

A grapevine wreath with faux floral, mini craft pumpkins, a metal welcome sign, and a bow displayed on a door

Video tutorial

Faux foliage, metal welcome sign,  grapevine wreath, ribbon, mini pumpkins, and floral cutters on a table


  • One Grapevine wreath- The size of my wreath is 14''
  • Two mini pumpkins
  • Twine
  • One sign- I am using a metal welcome sign from Dollar Tree
  • Floral cutters
  • Faux fall flowers and greenery
  • Ribbon-For creating a bow
  • Scissors

Step 1: Adding greenery to the wreath

Faux foliage near grapevine wreath on a table

To start, insert your greenery into the spaces of your grapevine wreath, pulling each piece through the openings. You can also secure your greenery with floral wire and continue adding around the wreath.

Faux foliage displayed in grapevine wreath on a table

Step 2: Adding mini pumpkins to the wreath

Two orange mini craft pumpkins, scissors, and twine on a table.

First, determine the placement of your mini pumpkins on the wreath. Attach using twine by threading through the openings and tying them off. For foam pumpkins, insert the wire through the bottom and pull through the wreath, or use hot glue.

Step 4: Attaching metal welcome sign to the wreath

Metal welcome sign being held at bottom of the grapevine wreath.

You can add a metal sign to your wreath by inserting twine through two openings on the sign and securing it to your wreath. Alternatively, you can use wire to attach the sign.

Close-up of metal welcome sign attached to the bottom of the grapevine wreath

Step 5: Cutting and Adding faux floral to the wreath

Faux floral in red and yellow near floral cutters on a table

Finally, use your floral cutters to trim the stems of your flowers. Then, insert the stems into the wreath and secure them with floral wire if needed. You can also create a bow using your ribbon and add it to the top of your wreath.

Completed grapevine wreath design with faux yellow and red floral, bow, foliage, and metal welcome sign

Close-up of faux floral on a grapevine wreath

Close-up of faux floral and part of metal welcome sign

Your autumn wreath is now ready to be displayed. I bought the faux floral and metal sign from Dollar Tree, but I can't remember where I got the mini pumpkins and greenery. You should be able to find those items at any craft store.

Thank you for making this wreath with me. See you soon!

Check out these latest crafts on my other blog

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  1. I love grapevine wreaths, always so pretty. Perfect flower colors for fall. Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 127. Pinned.

    1. Dee, aw thank you. 😊 I appreciate you stopping by.

  2. Steph, your grapevine wreath is gorgeous!
    Thanks for sharing this tutorial with Sweet Tea & Friends this month.

  3. Adorable!! Festive and welcoming for Fall! Thanks so much for sharing at Home Imagined today!

    1. Thank you so much. It's always a pleasure sharing with all of you. :)

  4. I love this. Grapevine wreaths are the best. This is the perfect way to welcome fall. Thanks for sharing att the Home Imagined party. XO- MaryJo

  5. What a beautiful autumnal wreath, thank you for sharing at Handmade Monday.

  6. Hi Steph - Thank you for the great step-by-step instructions for making this wreath. Your photos are great! Thank you also for linking up with the Home Imagined Link Party.

    1. Thank you so much. I really appreciate your feedback. :)


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