This Halloween I wanted to make decor that wouldn't be completely out of place with the rest of my modern decor. So I set out to make this modern geometric scrap wood pumpkin! I love the end result of this build and can't wait to see what you all do with it. Be sure to tag me on Instagram with your creations! @leahmariadesigns
1” x 4” wood 6 ft x 2
3/4” brad nails
Orange and black paint
Decoration for stem
Bevel your mitre saw to 30 degrees and cut 12 pieces at 9” in length (you can go bigger or smaller this is just what I decided on). Make sure the angled cuts are both angled inwards.
Lay the cut pieces flat side by side with the outside facing up. Tape the pieces together.
Flip over all of the pieces and put wood glue in each joint space.
Fold the hexagon into shape and secure with brad nails or staples.
Place one 9” piece across the bottom of the now made hexagon. Mark the edges. Cut out the piece in the middle using your mitre saw. The two remaining pieces will make a full 9” piece when placed on either side of the bottom.
Repeat step 5 for the top piece of the second hexagon.
Finish completing the second hexagon using steps 2-4
Add a decorative stem, paint and style!