Friday

No Carve Pumpkins For Grown Ups



I thought you might enjoy some “no carve” pumpkin craft and decorating ideas. Some of us either don’t want to deal with the mess or simply are looking for a little something different. A grown up version is always fun!
The gold pumpkins are great because I use them for Thanksgiving decorating too. Place them on your fireplace mantel, on your table, or on your porch.
Decorate a pumpkin with sparkles, patterns, embellishments,designs. Use a dry erase marker to draw your pattern then just paint or hot glue your way to a grown up pumpkin. Use candies, beads,ribbon,buttons, etc. and adhere them to your pumpkins. I hope you find these ideas fun, they’re all very easy to do and only require a few supplies and patience. Remember if you are using paint to create, make sure you work in a well ventilated area.
What You Need
Paint
Spray Paint
Hot glue /glue gun
Dry erase marker
Candy, Sequins, beads, brick a brack, for decorating
Clean up supplies, newspaper, cloth, sponge.
Have Fun!You can always include the kids too ( wink)


21 comments:

Sniffles and Smiles said...

These are simply lovely, Katie!!! I especially like the leaves on the top of the one pumpkin!!! Thanks for posting this! Such inspiration! ~Janine XO

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Great ideas. I have my very first pumpkin growing in my yard and it's pretty small. Maybe I'll use one of your ideas. Thanks.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

brilliant!
Now I have some new ideas~ another friday's favorite for sure :-)

Aries said...

Oh, just lovely. Like those golden ones

Liesl @ FabulousFashions4SensibleStyle said...

How FUN, I love it!

Liesl :)

Karen said...

Those are wonderful! Did you do those yourself?

Cheeky Momma said...

They are lovely!

I'm following you and would love for you to stop by and follow me back!

Cheers from Being Frugal & Making It Work!

Chatty Crone said...

Now I like those - they look like fun.

sandie

Oh Sew Good said...

Some people are just down right CREATIVE. You are definitely one of those. What a neat idea. I have to show my daughter.

Kat said...

I'm only using "adult pumpkins" now too. And, like you, I have some bronzed ones I use through Thanksgiving. I did buy one large real pumpkin to put by the front door with my scarecrows. I hope it last until Halloween. We still get sooo much sun aimed right at our front door.

Hugs,
Kat

lila said...

these images are so gorgeous Katie!
Love your blog and will be back often!
hugs
Lila

Dee said...

I love your pumpkin posts. The pumpkins are very creative and look fairly easy to do. What would Autumn be with out pumpkins.

Lin said...

Oooh, I LOVE the gold ones!! Great ideas, but I'm sure my kids are still gonna wanna carve. Ugh.

Mari said...

These are really pretty! I especially like the metallic ones.

Heidi said...

Those are so incredible and easy, It's always fun to get a fresh look for a pumpkin!

Desert Dreaming said...

Too cute, what great ideas!!!!

Nezzy said...

Oh sweetie, these little pumpkins are so cute and adorable. Yep, too sweet for kids!!!

Thanks for sharin' 'em with us!

Ya'll have the most beautifully blessed 'fall' day!!!

lila said...

They are fabulous ideas...cant wait to try one of them later!
Love the way you write, and your blog is so gorgeous. will definitively be back often.
hugs

Debbie said...

These are great ideas! We don't have a single kid in even the extended family younger than 18. A "grown up" craft sounds right up my alley.

Marci said...

These are so cute!!! I absolutely love, love your blog! It beautiful! I will look forward to reading more :) Thank you for following my blog, I am now following you back. Have a wonderful weekend!

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