It's fall! Woot woot! I love the fall. It is my favorite season. I only wish it lasted longer. I love the dropping temperatures, the beautiful leaves and of course it also means it's sweater and boot season! Of course we are still having a few warm days here in Indiana and so until I can really dress like the fall, I can make the inside of my home look like fall. Today I am really excited to share this cute and easy to make fall pumpkin centerpiece with you!
To create this fall pumpkin centerpiece you will need:
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- Natural Twig Pumpkin Decoration 10"
- Maple Leaf Garland 6'
- Craft Burlap Ribbon, Natural, 2.5"
- Small Acorn Decoration
- Natural Pine Cones
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Decorative Charger, Gold
I love how simple this centerpiece is! Anyone can create this for their own table or mantle with just a few easy steps. Here is what you do:
You will want to begin by cutting the burlap into strips and using a hot glue gun to attach a strip at the top of the pumpkin, in the middle, and at the bottom in the middle.
Then you will set your pumpkin on the charger and add the maple leaf garland around the bottom of the pumpkin. You can use your hot glue gun to secure it in place. I added 5 burlap strips to my pumpkin. You can add more or less depending on your preference.
Add pine cones and acorns around the bottom of the pumpkin. Again you can use hot glue to secure these in place if you like, or just place them on the charger.
You can also use the hot glue gun to add a few maple leaves to the top of the pumpkin too to hide where the burlap is glued down. Or you could add a burlap bow, or anything else you can think of! It's up to you!
This post was shared first on Darice's blog.
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Such a cute and easy decoration! Thank you for sharing!
I love the rustic natural look of this pumpkin. I have a set of topiary pumpkins this would match. Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday. Hope to see you next week.
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Hi. The blog post you left this comment on is about a Fall Pumpkin Centerpiece. There is no picture frame in this post so I am not quite sure what you are referring to. Can you help give me a little more information as to what blog post you're referring to?