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Carved in the Stars
This pumpkin from Martha Stewart's vault will have you seeing stars! To carve up this Insta-worthy display, use a drill to punch the constellation’s holes, and connect the dots with a standard blade. There's also a template for those seeking a bit more guidance to this mini galaxy.
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Trick-or-treat takes on a whole new meaning with these absolutely adorable punny pumpkins. Plus, they’re incredibly easy to recreate so you can “creep it real” all season long.
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Swap scary for stylish with this foil-covered find. First, trace a leaf shape onto your pumpkin, then fill it in with metal-leaf adhesive. Next, place a gilding sheet over your shape and use a dry brush to apply. For the full step-by-step, head over to Martha Stewart Living.
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Brush Stroke of Genius
After painting your pumpkin the color of your choice, all you have to do to get this dapper design is dab it with a different color. It’s actually that easy.
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These funky pumpkins will add a bright statement to your outdoor décor. The gourd comes together with a simple triangle pattern painted in a variety of colors, while the ombre is as easy as layering on three different colors and blending between the lines.
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Put on a Happy Face
These emoji pumpkins couldn’t get cuter. A little paper, paint and glue and you’ll have yourself a very personalized pumpkin.
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Mini pumpkin baskets make for sweet and seasonal planters. Spray-paint in the color of your choice, fill with a plant and scatter throughout your home for a festive touch of green.
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This tasty design from Darby Smart makes a fun addition to any plain pumpkin. Choose a shade to serve as the frosting, and then dab with multiple colors to create a donut-inspired gourd with sprinkles on top.
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Make a modern statement with these marbled mini pumpkins. Try a few at each place setting for a special detail or gather in a group for a stunning centerpiece.
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This skeleton is sitting pretty in a hollow plastic pumpkin with an opening in front. Situate succulents, a mini picket fence, string lights and a friendly bag of bones inside for a lively Halloween display.
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Metallic gourds make for a surprisingly chic update to your autumn table decor. The best part: All it takes is a little paint and an imperfect pour.
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If you’re prone to a mistake or two when it comes to DIY projects, this chalkboard-painted pumpkin is for you. After you let it dry, use chalk to scribble (and erase as necessary) a fun fall-themed design.
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Flight of Fancy
These batty pumpkins come together with a little black poster board and a printable pattern. Add a few cobwebs and some fake spiders and you’ve got yourself a pretty spooky front porch display.
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A dash of sequins and a dab of glue are all you need to create these bright and shiny pumpkins that you can use from Halloween through Thanksgiving.
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May the Force Be with You
You don’t need Obi-Wan to help you construct these charismatic recreations. With a little paint and a steady hand, you craft the Star Wars machine of your dreams (in pumpkin form, at least).
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Pen a Pumpkin
Grab a paint-pen and go wild for these patterned pumpkins! Although the herringbone design on these metallic pretties is undoubtedly on-trend, you can always change things up to better suit your decor.
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If you’re too cool to carve, try this sunshiny pumpkin project. Brush with yellow paint, attach some construction-paper leaves to the top and finish with a pair of sweet shades.
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