DIY Pumpkin Tower
Fall again! Don’t you just love all the colors and the sweater weather?! And the decorations! So many beautiful things. So I have these plastic pumpkins that I covered with burlap tucked away waiting for me to do something with them and it hit me. A diy pumpkin tower!
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Old Project Get a New Vision
Pool is closed and the yard is mostly clean and I am focusing on fall crafts today. As I mentioned I covered these plastic trick or treat pumpkins with 4” strips of burlap a couple of years ago and never finished them. Then inspiration hit and I used then finally. I’m tickled with my creation and am glad to share how I did it with you.
To cover the pumpkins, simply cut 4” strips and start hot gluing them to the pumpkin. Wrap it all the way around and then overlap the next one. Continue this until the pumpkin is completely covered.
Using the Cricut Maker
Time to put the Cricut Maker to work. Get the designs here in my resource library. After cutting and weeding apply them to each pumpkin.
Putting the Pumpkin Tower Together
Next step is to hot glue them together.
In my fall decorations, I had the pip berry ring that came apart easily by twisting the wire that holds them. I placed them in between the pumpkins.
Add Some Flowers
Once the pip berries were are in place, I glued Dollar Tree flowers and leaves around each of them.
Now what the heck to do to the top?!i had one large with mum flower so I first glued it to the top. Then fill a ring of smaller ones up underneath it. Placed several leaves around the top and it was finished!
DIY Pumpkin Tower with Cricut Completed
I was so happy to finally use my burlap pumpkins! This DIY pumpkin tower turned out great! Super cheap too because I had everything on hand. I hope this inspires you to create a pumpkin tower of your own! Please leave a comment or a photo of your creation below. I’d love to hear from you!
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