Mini-Pumpkin

Without using any special tools, this project by Giustina of domesticallyblissful, has created these gorgeous decorations for your table decor.

There is only flour, salt, water and a string required to make these pumpkins.

These little pumpkins are very easy to make

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spooky-diorama-pumpkin

Brenda from Unique Junktique provides us with a wonderful tutorial on how to create a lighted diorama pumpkin with decoupage for Halloween decor.

The diorama features a graveyard and Brenda used some Christmas lights, some decoupage and some other oddments …

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cinnamon-pumpkin-candles

With already more pumpkins than she needs, Stephanie from HenryHappened needed no excuse to convert some pumpkins into surprise… candles!

Not just any candles, cinnamon candles.

So next time you have way too many pumpkins left over at your house, …

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Neon-Paint-Dipped-Pumpkins

A project for the weekend!

Kimberly from anightowlblog made these neon dipped pumpkins and I must say – they bring out the 80′s in me :)

I would have really liked to see what these pumpkins looked at in nighttime but …

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Villafane Studios: Amazing Pumpkin Carvings

I received an email today with some of the coolest pumpkin images I’ve ever seen. The ones here are only but a few!

Villafane Studios: Amazing Pumpkin Carvings

So I did a search and yes, there’s a website, one that you can peruse and enjoy. …

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Pumpkin LanternsThe creative crew over at Martha Stewart Crafts has put together this simple project for Halloween and Thanksgiving. A fun decoration for your dining room, especially for Thanksgiving dinner! Head over to Martha’s for the template and tutorial — Pumpkin

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Glass Painted Pumpkin LanternThis cute little Jack O’Lantern was created using glass paint and simple peel and stick stencils. Make one for your own home this Halloween! You can get the tutorial over at Decor Hacks — Glass Painted Halloween Pumpkin Lantern.…

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Glittered PumpkinsPretty glittered pumpkins that use copper spray paint and glitter. A quick and easy project for a festive Thanksgiving tablescape or centerpiece! See it at Megan’s Cookin’ — {Martha Monday) Glittered Pumpkins!.…

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Pretty Painted PumpkinsWow, I’ve seen a lot of pumpkin designs, adornments and designs, but these are probably the prettiest I have seen. I found these at Alisa Burke’s blog. Watch as she shows you how she created these beautiful designs using Tulip …

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Little Pumpkin LuminaryOh now this is a totally fun idea! Using waxed paper and some fun art, Jen made this luminary from a little pumpkin. Brilliant! Get the full tutorial at 100 Directions — Little pumpkin luminary.…

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Illuminated PumpkinUsing supplies from the dollar store and the tutorial on Recaptured Charm, you can make this pretty light-up pumpkin to decorate your home. Great for Halloween or Thanksgiving! Thanks to Lisa for sending me this project — DIY Dollar Store

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Vera Bradley Inspired PumpkinsThese pretty pumpkins are made using Mod Podge and lovely patterned paper napkins. A great change from the regular orange and black! Thanks to The Rebel Crafter for passing this link along — Crafting Rebellion: Vera Bradley Decoupage Pumpkins.…

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Williams Sonoma Wreath Knock OffHow about a savings of $77 by making a wreath yourself? Works for you? Works for me! Lovely job on this wreath and totally perfect for fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving. There’s a tutorial as well so you can make one …

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Pumpkin Place CardsWhile the tag says “Happy Halloween” these would also be perfect for the Thanksgiving table! Make these place cards from simple materials and dress up your table this fall season. Head over to Thats My Letter for the tute — …

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Yarn Ball PumpkinsHere’s a fun project for fall from Happy Hour Projects. You’ll need balloons and some yarn and a little patience. The results are fun and whimsical and a nice alternative to all the Halloween hoopla. Gett the how to – …

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