Nothing says fall like pumpkins and you can’t have enough of those. Check out this list of DIY pumpkin decorations to make and celebrate with this fall.
Toilet Paper Pumpkin
We all have toilet paper so let’s put it to work. No, we are not going toilet papering (though that sounds fun too). You can use it to create our first DIY pumpkin decor.
Certainly there are socks without matches in your home. Now you can put them to good use and turn them into pumpkins.
Shirt Sleeve Pumpkin
Before you send those old clothes to Goodwill imagine how they would look as a pumpkin. Home In the Finger Lakes has turned shirt sleeves into the perfect DIY pumpkin decoration.
Book Page Pumpkin
This clever fall creation is a pumpkin made from book pages. A pumpkin decoration that looks good and is readable too.
Dollar Store Pumpkin
I love a good dollar store find besides being cheap you can turn it into something spectacular. Simply Beautiful by Angela turned these dollar store pumpkins into amazing fall decor.
Mason Jar Lid Pumpkin
If you have extra mason jar rings laying around this next pumpkin is for you. In fact, in just a few simple steps you can use your lids to decorate your house with this fall pumpkin.
I love twine. It has so many uses. Another use to add to the list is making pumpkins out of it. Simply Albany shows you how to turn your twine into fall pumpkins that are divine.
Next, whether you crochet or not you can try these crocheted pumpkins. Just follow the DIY steps from MJs Off the Hook Designs. You will have adorable DIY pumpkin decorations as well as practicing your crocheting.
Burlap is another favorite thing to have around the house. It is so versatile. For instance, you can certainly use it to make these adorable no-sew burlap pumpkins.
Scrap Wood Pumpkin
Finally, these scrap wood pumpkins are so unique. You can make them out of whatever scrap wood you have lying around. With the fall colors and pumpkin shape this DIY pumpkin decoration is a winner.
While fall is still in full swing make time to add some pumpkin decorations. Start sorting through your old shirts and socks. Gather twine and mason jar lids because you have some DIY pumpkin decorations to make!