I'm all about that ombre look, so why not bring it into your fall decor and maybe even change up the color scheme this season? Rather than sticking to a traditional red, yellow, orange and brown pallette this season, you can bring in brighter versions as well as colors like pink, peach and coral. These cute, effortless mini ombre pumpkins are fun to make and decorate your home for fall.
Sometimes it's just more pleasant to paint pumpkins, rather than scooping out all of those gooey seeds. Not to mention, un-carved pumpkins last way longer. So we decided to round up 25 awesome painted pumpkin DIYs for your to try. Here we go!
Now that Halloween is over, you may be ready to throw out (or store) the pumpkins you had on your porch. But you can still get some good use out of this seasonal item, as long as it hasn't been carved. Here are 13 ways to decorate with pumpkins for Thanksgiving and the remainder of the fall season.
We're only days away from Halloween, so I thought it would be fun take a peek at some super impressive carved pumpkins. You won't be believe your eyes. And these intricate designs can be recreated at home... some of them even come with tutorials! Keep reading to check them out.
Last week was the Curbly Pumpkin Challenge, where Curbly authors came up with 6 DIY entertaining and decor ideas for pumpkins this Halloween. There were some really fun ideas, including mini pumpkin vases, pumpkin cups (and mugs) for fall beverages, a painted peephole pumpkin idea, and more. Want to see all six ideas?
Pumpkins and gourds are fun to decorate with, but are usually just that - decorations. Why not use them for something at the same time? Here are ten creative ways to use pumpkins and gourds as functional decor in your home.
Pumpkins aren't just for carving this year, and they don't have to be destined for the trash after Halloween is over. Here's a DIY use for pumpkins that makes them usable long after Halloween is over and actually makes them functional as well.
These pretty painted patterned pumpkins (say that ten times fast!) are inspired by bold textiles like Suzani fabrics, Missoni, and traditional Indonesian Ikat. While the source material may be classic, these pumpkins are anything but!
It's officially sweater season--even for pumpkins. Give those dutiful gourds their own yarn-wrapped treatment and warm up your decor in one fell swoop!
What's that you say? Pumpkins made from dryer vents?? Yes, indeedy. Turns out, this unexpected material makes for some pretty fantastic pumpkin-ry!
Courtney from A Diamond in the Stuff created two versions of this whimsical pumpkin: one with traditional colors, the other bedazzled and glitter-tastic. The choice, of course, is up to you! To get started, you'll need:
- dryer vents (buy for <$10 at the Home Depot)
As soon as Labor Day has passed fall decorations are fair game! These paper pumpkins can be as classic or as funky as you'd like and take about five minutes each to whip up.
Pretty Handy Girl assures us that this clever little project will take no more than 5 to 10 minutes to complete. All you need is a few supplies, which does, in fact, require a few rolls of toilet paper. (Imagine, toilet paper rolls as the basis for your Thanksgiving centerpiece. That
The banner ad for Dremel up there at the top of Curbly got me longing to pull out my underused Dremel. Now there's a tool that's full of all sorts of DIY design potential, but not fired up very often. Pumpkin carving came right to mind, and before I knew it, I was face to face with the Dremel Pumpkin Carving Kit.
Pumpkins, my pretties, are not just for carving or eating. There are people all over the land doing some magical things them. They're making their faces glow, their tootsies soft, their houses smell heavenly and their yards friendly. Here's sixteen how-tos, many of which
Halloween is not my favorite holiday, yet every year I'm overcome with the urge to make the house a little Halloweeny. The problem is, I don't love the marriage of orange and black, and blood and guts scare me.
So I went searching for something festive, yet a bit more tame: A White Halloween. Check out some of my new Halloween tabletop favorites.
I am SO loving these pumpkins, I can hardly stand it. For the top one, I'm guessing maybe 12 gauge aluminum wire and some brads and for the bottom one, just
Who knew a bit of twisted paper could make such fantastic pumpkins?? The cool thing is every good crafter probably has the supplies already on hand to make one. (Don't you just LOVE those kinds of tutes?)
Every Halloween, when I'm up to my elbows in pumpkin innards, I vow never to carve another jack 'o lantern ever again. And then I do. But with these very cool ideas, I'm inspired to never pick up my Pumpkin Master's carving knife ever again.