Last week’s Mason jar lid pumpkin was so cute that I was inspired to find even more fun pumpkin crafts for fall. Every year in October, my friends and I get together for a fall craft night. Everyone brings their own materials and ideas, and this year I am beyond prepared. In fact, I have so many craft ideas, I’ll probably need your help narrowing it down! So take a look over my selection, and let me know which pumpkin craft is your favorite pick.
It always hurts to destroy an old book, but if the end result will be as fantastic as this book page pumpkin, I think I might be able to do it…maybe. Head on over to Creations by Kara for her full tutorial.
Leave it to Martha Stewart to come up with a paper pumpkin idea that looks like a million bucks. I mean, seriously, how does she do it? I love the mix of green and orange, and a family of paper pumpkins would look downright adorable at the foot of my mantel.
Start saving your corks and soup cans! That’ll be the most difficult part of this thrifty pumpkin craft. I think these sweet soup can pumpkins would look perfect in the kitchen. Visit The Cupcake Cuppy for the crafting details.
Any guesses what’s inside these colorful pumpkins? If you said rolls of toilet tissue, you are correct! Just wrap the rolls with a fall-inspired print and top with a leaf and rolled-up paper bag. And there you have it: easy, frugal fall pumpkins!
If you’re looking for an easy craft to do with your kids, this might be the one. You can help them transform a basic terra cotta pot into a pretty pumpkin decoration. Let Joy from Thrifty Parsonage Living guide you through her simple steps.