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Five Ways to Decorate with Pumpkins this Fall

Fall and Halloween DIY pumpkin projects aren't just for the kids anymore. Make your home a haunted haven or chic fall wonderland with some of our favorite pumpkin DIY projects that are all grown up. That means less mess and more sophistication

Pumpkin Flower Crowns

 

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Make your pumpkins the backdrop to gorgeous fall blooms. Paint your pumpkin a matte shade then either poke holes in it and add a sash of fresh flowers or poke faux flowers in for a longer lasting look. Go for a classic floral crown or consider arranging white buds into the shape of a skull or blooming full moon. 

Pumpkin Vases

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Paint your pumpkin a favorite shade and simply cut out the top to fill your pumpkin up with your favorite goodies. Try fresh blooms for a gorgeous centerpiece. Candles, candy, mini pumpkins spray painted gold and even succulents look chic in the center.

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Black and White and Lacey All Over

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If bright orange and bold fall colors aren't your thing, try something more creepy and noir like classic black and white. Nothing says sexy/scary quite like black lace. Simply hot glue or mod lodge the lace to a matte pumpkin. Or add silver and black sequins and studs to a muted pumpkin for a minimalist look.

Image from Making Lemonade Blog

Image from Erika Bechtel on Instagram

Pumpkin Wreath

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Beckon visitors to your door with some festive fall cheer. Head to a craft store for a wreath form and pick up mini pumpkins (real or faux) from any local market or orchard. Keep them classic orange, mix varieties, or spray plant black or gold for a more luxe look.

 Go 3-D

Think beyond the pumpkin and get fanciful with simple details that have major impact. Add a flock of 3-D butterflies painted black. Or create a group of party pumpkins by adding textured masks. 

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