Pumpkin season is upon us and with it all the cool and adorable crafts you can do with them. Whether real or fake, pumpkins are incredible versatile and absolutely perfect for pretty much every type of fall-themed project. You can paint them, carve them, gather them in clusters, in baskets, on mantels, turn them into vases and so on, the list is endless. With that in mind, check out some of our favorite pumpkin arrangements for this year.
Make pumpkins a part of your Thanksgiving tablescape and use them to create lovely centerpieces. We love the light color palette featured on stonegableblog. It looks very chic and refined and if you want to make the pumpkins look even more superyou can paint their stems golden.
Fall is it in the air quite literary here. The pumpkin arrangement featured on frenchcountrycottage is complemented by a lovely chalkboard in a vintage frame, pinecones and other fall-ish things. Together they make the mantel look amazing.
Little pumpkins are so cute and you can use them in all sorts of arrangements like this fall table centerpiece featured on worthingcourtblog. Put some on a tray together with other goodies such as pine cones, acorns, leaves, flowers and some candles to showcase autumn’s bountiful beauty.
Turn a pumpkin into a vase. It’s quite simple actually and you can either use a faux pumpkin to keep things clean or a real one if you don’t plan to keep it for long. In any case, carving out an opening at the top shouldn’t be too difficult. Check out thehappyhousie for tips.
Big pumpkins are not out of the question either. Just look how elegant this Thanksgiving table decor from maisondepax is. The pumpkins are placed at the center together with large candle holders and some greenery for a fresh and at the same time diverse look.
If these pumpkins look like they’re made of velvet it’s because they are. They have a vintage vibe and they also look glamorous. These cute pumpkins are made with real stems which actually makes them look pretty convincing. Check them out on edithandevelynvintage.
A basket of pumpkins can become a really cool centerpiece or an eye-catching decorative element which you can casually display in a room corner as a way to bring the fall into your home. We like the see-through wire basket from lizmarieblog and the white pumpkins that are smaller at the bottom and gradually get bigger.
This right here is another beautiful fall arrangement that has a pumpkin as a vase. This time a faux pumpkin was used. It looks lovely, especially given the light color theme and the eclectic bouquet of flowers. You can add some leaves around the vase for a fuller effect. Check out confessionsofaserialdiyer for more details.
White pumpkins look so clean and delicate you just have to love them. Carefully select a few small ones and use them to put together a charming fall arrangement similar to the one featured on ellaclaireinspired. Each pumpkin has a paper leaf attached to the stem with string.
Pumpkins actually come in a variety of different colors and sizes and you can use this info in your favor when planning your fall arrangements and centerpieces. How about some different-colored pumpkins in crates, casually displayed outside?
A single pumpkin can be all you need for a chic and modern centerpiece. There are lots of interesting and charming ways in which you can display the pumpkin. For example, you can place it in a bowl (or a strainer) and have some leaves or stems wrapped around it.
For the mantel you can use a bunch of small pumpkins which you can combine with candle holders to create an interesting arrangement. If you want to, you can paint the pumpkins or decorate them with leaves and other things. Check out this idea and more on prettyhandygirl.
The rustic fall crates featured on lizmarieblog look so incredibly charming. They’re also very simple which just shows how easy it is for anyone to bring the beauty of fall into their home. Find some vintage crates (or make your own) and fill them with pumpkins and greenery. That’s all it takes.
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