I have a confession to make. I’m not a fan of Halloween decorations. (WHAT?!?)
Well, not scary ones anyway. I decided instead to take some craft pumpkins I got at Michaels (but you can get them at any craft store) and decorate them all fancy-like and not scary at all.
For today’s Friday Five, five ways to decorate craft store pumpkins for Halloween!
(1) Stick It to the Pumpkin.
On the small white pumpkin, I used decals from Leen the Graphics Queen in gold to make a festive pumpkin. I glued a burlap leaf to the stem with hot glue.
I used the same decals on the small orange pumpkin in my living room dough bowl:
(2) Tie One On.
Decorate a pumpkin with ribbon! You can either glue the ribbon to the pumpkin with hot glue (what I did to the white pumpkin with the green and orange ribbon, above) or just tie it around the pumpkin (what I did with the orange pumpkin in the top picture with the burlap ribbon and black and white twine). Super easy but big color and impact.
(3) Paint the Pumpkin.
Using painters’ tape, I taped off a design on these pumpkins and painted them. The full tutorial on how I made them is HERE.
(4) Duct Tape!
Add it to the list of what you can do with duct tape!
I found this cute monster Duck Tape at Michaels. I just cut pieces and wrapped them around the sides of the pumpkin. I covered the seams of the plastic pumpkin with the tape – cute and functional!
(5) Add Leaves.
Decoupage faux autumn-colored leaves on a craft store pumpkin, like Mom4Real did;
Have you started decorating for fall and Halloween? Do you like scary decorations or more fall-like ones? Share in comments!