Learn how to make these leaf and pumpkin wall hooks! I always need a few good sturdy wall hooks to hold up all of my stuff that accumulates around the house. These leaf and pumpkin wall hooks not only look super cute hanging up but also are easy to make. The orange leaf and pumpkin hooks add a festive fall flair to your home. These hooks would look great hanging up in an entryway or just hung above your dresser to hold some jewelry and scarves.
If you are looking for fun hooks to hang up your coats then look no further than these cement leaf and pumpkin hooks! You can easily customize them with any colors you prefer or even change up the shapes and do something else! Since it’s fall, I thought a leaf and pumpkin were appropriate, but the choice is up to you! Keep reading to find out how to make these leaf and pumpkin wall hooks.
Materials to make the cement leaf and pumpkin wall hooks:
- Orange powdered dye
- Silicone mold
- Wall hooks & screw
- Cup/container you can ruin (empty yogurt containers work well!)
Start by mixing together your plaster and orange dye in a cup/container you can ruin. I scooped about ½ cup of plaster and about 1 tablespoon of dye. Mix together then mix in about ¼ cup water. Try not to overwork it or else it will start drying out.
Pour the plaster mixture into the bottom of your silicone mold. Do not fill the mold up – we filled ours about ¼ of the way. Let dry for 1 hour.
Once your pumpkin has fully dried, pull out your pumpkin, keeping it face down, and rest it on the top of your silicone mold so that the hook can hang in one of the holes of the mold while laying flat on the back of the cement pumpkin. Place your hook so the hook is underneath the pumpkin and the part where you fasten the hook to the wall is sticking out the top of the pumpkin (see second picture below).
Repeat step 1, mixing up another batch of plaster.
Gently pour the new plaster mixture on top of the hook, making sure not to knock the hook out of place. Cover the whole back in an even layer of plaster and try to smooth it out as much as you can (we used the back of a plastic spoon). Let dry for 1 hour.
Once your pumpkin hook is fully dried you can screw it into your wall using a drill and start hanging things on it!
Did we hook you into doing this craft?? These wall hooks are simple to make and they look amazing hanging up! I’ve got a pumpkin and leaf hanging up in my room right now and they’re doing great.