15 Ways to Decorate a Pumpkin
September 30th, 2013 posted by Vicki O'Dell
Fall is here! And what better way to celebrate than to decorate pumpkins? Whether you carve them, paint them or cover them in writing or paper, the Internet is brimming with ideas to help you celebrate the season and decorate your home in a way that’s perfect for you. Here are some of our favorite projects from around the web.
Silly Pumpkins from Alpha Mom
Do you have little people who can’t wait until Halloween for pumpkin decorating? This one gets extra mileage from living a couple of weeks decorated with a mask before actually carving into it.
Mr and Mrs Potato Head Pumpkins from Frugal Life Project
You probably already have the Mr and Mr Potato head pieces. Add a few holes with a drill and let the little ones decorate over and over again.
Thankful Pumpkin Tradition from One Artsy Mama
What a wonderful way to remember how many things there are to be thankful for.
Rhinestone Pumpkin from The Creative Goddess
Bling is big. Even on pumpkins.
Embroider Your Pumpkin from Design Editor
Embroidery and pumpkins. What a fabulous combination!
Pretty Jeweled Pumpkins from Glorious Treats
Glamorous pumpkins for those with a little more upscale taste.
Starry Night Pumpkin Painting Tutorial from The Swell Life
Fine art and pumpkins meet in this gorgeous project.
Pumpkin Painting from Pearl and Earl’s Good-Time Vintage Blog
This vintage spooky and funny face is a charmer!
Mr Top Hat Pumpkin Tutorial from Sew Country Chick
A dashing pumpkin in a top hat.
Painted Owl Pumpkins from Alisa Burke
Pumpkins created the way only Alisa Burke can.
Halloween Jack-O’-Totem Topiary from Stylish Eve
Why decorate one pumpkin when you can decorate – and stack – three of them?
Candy Corn Chevron Pumpkin from The Swell Life
The ever popular chevron meets candy corn meets pumpkin.
Messy Pumpkin Tutorial from Alisa Burke
Who says pumpkin decorating needs to be precise?
How to Make a Beautiful Pumpkin Centerpiece from Gwen Moss
Sometimes decorating IN the pumpkin is beautiful too.
Liberace Pumpkins from Aunt Peaches
A love of Liberace and all things shiny and sparkly.
Pumpkins can be real vegetables, paper mache, or plastic. They can be painted, carved, covered and filled. It’s amazing how such a humble form can turn into a springboard for creativity.
Will you be decorating pumpkins this year?