Make metallic fall door decor using unfinished wood pieces and paint.

DIy fall door decor

I love the way metallics add a touch of shimmer and glamour to the often muted colors used in autumn decorating.  I paired a copper metallic finish with an ultra matte white background to achieve a clean, modern look.  This piece is perfect for door or mantle decor!

metallic fall door decor

Metallic Fall Door Decor Supplies

fall decor supplies

Paint the unfinished wood leaf with white paint.  I used Chalky Finish paint from DecoArt in a shade called “Everlasting”. The leaf is ready for paint, and no primer or sanding is needed.  Let the first layer dry, then apply another layer.  I used three layers of paint to achieve the flat matte finish I wanted.  Let it dry completely.

paint the wood cut leaf
Paint the unfinished word cutout “fall” with metallic paint. I used Copper metallic paint from DecoArt.  After the first layer dried I painted a second one on.  Let this dry completely.
metallic fall paint
Use wood glue to attach the word “fall” to the painted leaf. Keep the project on a flat surface and let the glue dry completely.
Flip the leaf over.  Use a staple gun to attach the fall leaf garland to the back of the wood leaf.
Staple a loop of twine to the back of the leaf to make it easy to hang your fall project.
metallic fall door decor tutorial
I hung my metallic leaf decor on my covered front door, and it looks great as an alternative to a wreath! It would also make a pretty addition to your fall mantle decor. It would even work as a pretty piece of wall art. Have fun crafting and creating decor for your home!

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