OK, maybe not 50, but it sure seems like I did a whole heck of a lot of pumpkins last fall. As autumn approaches and we gear up to go into another fall season, I thought I’d do a quick recap of my previous no-carve pumpkins.
I had SO much fun with the pumpkins!
These black and white pumpkin topiaries might be one of my favorite Halloween projects ever! I love the ravens holding up the Halloween banner too!
Another one of my favorite pumpkin projects ever? This Crown Pumpkin. I love the glossy black and the lace crown just makes me happy.
You know what else? Every pumpkin needs a bird wearing a hat. And some bling. And some paint.
Here are few other pumpkins that I’ve done over the years… Click to be taken to the easy tutorials.
|I kicked things off last year by tearing up an old flannel shirt and covering a fake pumpkin.|
|Thrift store neckties covering Dollar Store pumpkins.|
|And since we’re covering pumpkins with thrift store clothing: an old dress gave its life to turn this trick-or-treat pumpkin into a Halloween decor|
|An old leather belt & various hardware and black spray paint
were used on this Punk-In
|Faux silver mini-pumpkins with black sticks.|
|Speaking of pumpkins and black sticks….|
|Zebra Striped Duck Tape Pumpkin|
|Duck Tape works for so many things…
including saving a craft fail.
|You can also create a faux mercury glass look by breaking basic spray painting rules.|
|Of course you can take your Halloween pumpkins and give them a metallic update that will take you right through Thanksgiving.|
|One last pumpkin: add a frosty touch for that week in limbo when Thanksgiving is over, but the Christmas decor is still in the attic.|
I have lots more ideas in the hopper for this year too. Who here is excited about fall?!