Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Pumpkin Tutorials from Very Crafty Bloggers, Part Two




Autumn is my favorite season, and pumpkins are one of my favorite items to decorate with. Whether using real pumpkins or fake craft ones, my fellow craft bloggers have come up with truly creative ideas to decorate for Halloween and for the Fall season. In fact, there's so many unique pumpkin tutorials out there, that it's taken two separate blog posts just to share my favorites with you!

Click here in case you missed Part One, from yesterday.

And now? Part Two!

Please click on the links beneath each picture to be taken to the tutorial.


Dryer Duct Pumpkin with cinnamon sticks from House of Hepworths


Glitter Pumpkins from A Glimpse Inside



Linen Driftwood Pumpkins from City Farmhouse



Toilet Paper Pumpkins from Pretty Handy Girl



Canning Jar Lid Pumpkin from Simply Klassic Home



Instagram Photo Pumpkin from The Swell Life



Easy Blue "Faux Crackle" Pumpkins from Saved by Love Creations



Pumpkin Topiary from Sand and Sisal



Scented Jack-o-Lantern Tealights from Suzys Artsy-Craftsy Sitcom



Houndstooth Pumpkin with Duck Tape from The V Spot



Silver Bling Pumpkin from The Scrap Shoppe



Pretty Painted Pumpkins from Alisa Burke



Honestly, don't these gorgeous pumpkins make you rethink just displaying a plain unadorned, undecorated, unembellished pumpkin as a decoration?

For even more decorating ideas and tutorials, please click here to visit my Pinterest board devoted entirely to Pumpkin Tutorials.

Do you love decorating pumpkins as much as I do? Will you try any or these ideas to spruce up your own pumpkins?

Let me know in the comments!

~Laura

10 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my Jack O Lantern tea lights!

    suzy

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    1. You're welcome! I love those so much Suzy - such a great idea!

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  2. WOW day two of amazingness ( yes, I make up my own words)

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    1. LOL - so do I Carol, all the time! Thanks for letting me include your pumpkin in Part One, and for stopping back for Part Two!

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    1. You're welcome Allison! Not only do I love the shades of your glitter pumpkins, but I also love the entire outdoor Autumn display you created too!

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  4. Love them all Laura! Another fabulous roundup! Driftwood and linen? Who knew!

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    1. I know what you mean re: driftwood and linen. I also wasn't familiar with the popularity of using dryer vents to form into pumpkins. I learned a few things with this roundup!

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