DIY Copper Pipe Fall Wreath

Copper Pipe Fall Wreath

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I am SO excited to be sharing this fall decor idea today. I had the idea to make a wreath out of copper pipe waaaay back when I was working on this Copper Wine Rack, but I knew  that the copper would be perfect for the fall, so I resisted! Now I’m here with 13 other amazing Canadian bloggers to show off a great collection of DIY fall wreaths! I hope you find some autumn inspiration and that you like my DIY Copper Pipe Fall Wreath :) 

Side view copper wreath

Materials needed for this project:

3/4 Inch x 3 Foot Straight Length Copper Pipe (x2)
3/4 Inch Copper Fitting 90 Degree Elbow (x4)
Ratcheting Pipe Cutter
Lepage Professional Epoxy
Various flowers from Home Decor and Floral at Michaels
Hot Glue Gun Kit

Copper Pipe Square Frame

The hardest part about making this wreath is forming the base with the copper pipe. I used a Ratcheting Pipe Cutter to cut the copper.

Then I used the best garage glue I know of, Lepage Professional Epoxy, to glue the copper elbows and straight pipe pieces in place.
(for a more detailed tutorial of cutting and gluing copper pipe – see this post)

Fall Foilage

Next, I searched through my craft supplies for some fall foliage that I could add to the wreath.

Copper Fall Wreath

I added my faux flowers with a hot glue gun (although the epoxy mentioned above will work too!), and added a thin brown ribbon at the top to hang the wreath.

Wreath front door

It’s been hanging on our door ever since I finished it, and it has definitely caught the eye of all of our guests!

I like it so much, I’m trying to envision a winter version now… hope you like it too!

Flowers fall wreath Copper Pipe Door copper wreath door outside wreath fall

A group of 14 amazing Canadian bloggers are so excited to share a whole collection of autumn wreaths and we hope you feel inspired to create something of your very own!

14 Lovely Wreaths For Fall

From the top, left to right are:

DIY Autumn Metallics Wreath From Lemon Thistle
Copper Wreath From Love Create Celebrate
Dried Hydrangea Wreath From Garden Therapy
Fall Hydrangea Pumpkin Wreath From Time with Thea
Cotton Bud Fall Wreath From PMQ For Two
Kitchen Wreath from Personally Andrea
Copper Pot Scrubber Wreath From Life Is A Party
Embroidery Hoop Rag Wreath From AKA Design
Wistful Wheat Wreath From Sustain Your Craft Habit
Feathers & Foliage DIY Fall Wreath From New House New Home
DIY Foraged Fall Wreath From The DIY Mommy
Monogram Succulent Wreath From Fynes Designs
Rustic Fall Box Wreath From Echoes of Laughter
Nature Inspired Fall Wreath From Vin’yet Etc.

I did a creative variation of this wreath in my Fall Home Tour too! Be sure to check out the tour and see how I changed the colours!

A beautiful cozy home tour for the fall. Love the warm and inviting home decor ideas for autumn!

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60 thoughts on “DIY Copper Pipe Fall Wreath

  1. Love the square wreath! Everyone does a circle, but no one ever thinks to do a square! great job with the minimalist foliage, it really shows off the copper :)

  2. Beautiful! I absolutely love the look of copper, and if it starts to patina, I love it even more. This wreath is so simple and beautiful. Thanks so much for linking up at the Wednesday Showcase!

    PS I love your wine rack too. I might have to add that to the kitchen soon ;)
    Kati recently posted…Easy $3 Spooky Skull Ghosts DIYMy Profile

  3. Your wreath is so unique and so elegant. I love how used copper as the base and added the silk florals. The combination of a hard material and a soft material work so well to create a beautiful work of art. Lovely. I am curious to see what your Christmas variation will look like.
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    1. Thank you Thea! I tried to think creatively for this one. Not sure what I’ll come up with for a winter wreath yet! Better get my thinking cap on :)

  4. I love copper, especially with sunflowers. I’m thinking of using the copper tubing with evergreens for winter – sprinkle a little faux snow on it and some berries.

    Love the simplicity and the creativity making a square wreath!!!

    1. Thanks Barbara! I actually made a Copper Wreath for Christmas as well. I’ll be showing it off on the blog soon. Stay tuned!

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