Pumpkin has the primitive mythical association with the forces of good, warding off any evil force around. Although we aren’t always aware of the symbolic associations, we readily take up or make up things that are soothing to the eyes of the beholder. Carving out pumpkins to give different shapes is an in-vogue artistic endeavor. Adding Halloween pumpkin crafts to your home can lift up the aesthetic value onto a different plane altogether. An easy key to make your home beautiful is charted below!
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Gorgeous DIY Pumpkin Crafts
A perfect décor to put up at your entrance door with a welcome note on it. The added zing comes with the pumpkin stem attached to it which looks funky and adorable. You can also put up pumpkin wreath along corners of your house with penning down of catchy lines. Visit Down Redbud Drive to know more.
With the approaching fall, you see pumpkins everywhere. A pumpkin-shaped wooden cutout can be a perfect contribution to pumpkin art projects. A simulation of pumpkin, this door hanger can be an enthralling eye-catcher for every visitor. You can spray-paint it or make a collage on it to give a classy look. Check out Where The Smiles Have Been for more.
Be it real or fake, a dash of matt-finished white color on your pumpkin can give an antique look. Place it at your fireplace or your dining table or at the center table to keep up with a traditional and sensuous look with pumpkin crafts. Check out Our Crafty Mom.
Artificial pumpkin vase:
Vases in the shape of pumpkin have a trendy look. With flowers popping out, the styrofoam-made faux pumpkin vases are at once enticing to the eyes. Add it one corner to get a sassy touch. Visit A Pumpkin & A Princess to learn more.
Cute fabric pumpkin:
If you have old clothes in your house, you can use them to twine into an adorable pumpkin. The sweet and fluffy design is an eye-pleasing sight and does not cost you much. To be a part of such pumpkin art projects without sewing, visit Down Redbud Drive.
They are the perfect welcoming companions meant to reside at the front porches. Simply cut a pumpkin shape out of cardboard or hard papers and paint it white to give an age-old look. You can also color it with burnt umber to keep the aristocratic wooden look intact. Visit Faeries & Fauna for more.
Again crafted for porches, randomly strewn faux pumpkins colored differently can be a beautiful yet unconventional sight. This being one of the funky pumpkin art projects, you can actually use some as flower pots. Color them white to contrast them with surrounding greenery. You can also use an old shabby chair and make a pumpkin sit on it at the entrance! Sound weird? Well, it’s artistically relevant. Visit Must Have Mom and Unexpected Elegance to discover more.
Start giving your home a sassy or classy or artistic look with every pumpkin available!