Hello my dears. Today’s DIY Fall Decor project will be these adorable little wooden pumpkins. I love them so much. Super easy and simple. You will hardly put in any effort. So let’s get to it.
- Wooden board that is at least 3 x 25 inches and 3 inches thick.
- Spray paint (acrylic paint etc)
- Sand paper
- Hot glue gun
- Ribbon (decor etc)
- You will need to cut your wooden into 3 different sizes, from biggest to smallest. I cut the biggest board 14 inches, middle 12 inches, and the smallest one 9 inches. If you are not good with wood. You can ask Home Depot where you purchase to cut your wood. Then you will start to paint your wood. You can use a simple paint brush with acrylic. But spray paint saves time so that is why I went with spray paint. Make sure you wait for each coat of paint to dry before painting again.
- Now if you want a more rustic look you are going to sand the edges and random areas on the wooden block.
- Now to make your pumpkin stick, if you are lucky and can have access to a big enough branch then use that. But since I live in the desert I don’t have much of that, so I decided to improvise. I decided to get twine and I wrapped it around 3 fingers 9 times. Then I glued the end pieces to the bunch so it did not fall apart. I then got string and tied to the end of it. It made it easier to glue onto the wood.
- Now glue your end pieces to the wood. Then get twine and wrap around the end piece from the string down to the wood. This makes it easier to tie ribbon etc.
- Now use whatever decor you have, ribbon etc and decorate your pumpkin.
- Once you have decorated your pumpkin. Take some string and tie them all together. While I was doing this I totally thought of how a cute “hello fall” sign would look connected. But I didn’t have time so feel free to do that. I may later on.
- That is it. You are done. Simple enough.
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Happy Fall Yall!
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