DIY, Fall

Scrap Wood Pumpkins for Fall

As the seasons change, I love to give my home a fresh look. I love decorating with pumpkins in the Fall, and scrap wood pumpkins are the perfect craft to create some cute pumpkins. Even better, this is an EASY craft to add to your Fall decor.

How to make scrap wood pumpkins for fall decor

These can be made in multiple sizes and any color combination to create a cute vignette for a fireplace mantle, table centerpiece, front porch, and really, the possibilities are endless. This is also a great project for kids!

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Materials Needed:

  • 4×4 pieces of wood (Some hardware stores will cut them for you, if they have the right sized cutter)
  • Paint
  • Twigs or branches (from nature!)
  • Glue
  • Ribbon
  • Raffia

To Make:

After your wood blocks are cut to the desired size, use your creativity to paint the pumpkins however you like (They don’t have to be orange!). You can use a little sand paper to distress them a little.

Glue the twig/stem to the top of the pumpkin, and tie ribbon and/or raffia around it.

Voila! Easy fall decor!

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