5 Ways to Decorate Your Pumpkin This Fall

5 Ways to Decorate Your Pumpkin This Fall

5 Ways to Decorate Your Pumpkin This Fall

Use Your DIY Creativity to Make an Awesome Pumpkin

You can either buy a real pumpkin or purchase a plastic one from the store. Either way, decorating your pumpkin is one of the best ways to celebrate Fall! At HHHunt Communities, we believe it’s how you live that matters, and enjoy watching our homeowners create new memories with friends and family.

Check out these unique ways to add a festive look to your home:

The Dipped Look

Dip the bottom of your pumpkin in a bucket of paint and leave the top of your pumpkin orange. This will add a touch of color to your space while still keeping the classic feel of Autumn.

 

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The Natural Look

Add interesting leaves from outside to your pumpkins! Just use ModPodge to decoupage one of your pumpkins with pressed leaves. It’s important to note that it takes around 7 hours for ModPodge to completely dry.

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The Fun Look

The only thing better than actual donuts are adorable mini pumpkins that look like donuts!

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The Functional Look

Transform your pumpkin into something functional, like a vase. Chop off the stem, scoop out the filling, and place fresh flowers inside! Check out the tutorial from Chatelaine.

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The Out-of-the-Box Look

Who wouldn’t love to trick-or-treat at a home surrounded by glow-in-the-dark pumpkins?

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Once you create your pumpkin masterpieces, you can place them anywhere in the home. Your pumpkin could be your table centerpiece, a showpiece on your front porch, or a bold statement item in your unused fireplace. The possibilities are endless!

Which pumpkin look are you leaning towards? We’d love for you to share your Fall DIY creations with us on our Facebook page! Happy Fall!

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