Day #15: Painted Pumpkins

Well I missed a day or two.

We went on a quick vacation to see beautiful western Washington in the fall.

But I’m back, and today is day #15 in the 31 Days of Thrifty Fall Decor series.

Today’s Topic:

Painted Pumpkins

Here are a few of my favorites…

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Create a Welcome Sign BH&G

House Number Pumpkins by Creatively Living

I’m so in love with these metalic pumpkins at Country Living

 

My Sweet Savannah made some striking chevron pumpkins.

This would be so cute with your kid’s faces! HGTV

And if you are craving some color, check out these painted pumpkins by Alisa Burke

 

Another Country Living painted pumpkin pic that is so fun!

Country Living‘s bookcase pumpkin tree!

Curbly shows us a modern take on painted pumpkins.

BG&H shares these silver pumpkins. I love that one of them is a candle holder.

BG&H

I wish I had this many pumpkins to decorate! But my pumpkins are still green.

I don’t think I’ll be able to use many of them this year.

 

Imperfectly Beautiful‘s black and white topiary pumpkins.

Creatively Living

Sometimes just painting a plain ol’ pumpkin is best for a busy area of your home. This one I used in my tablescape with some feathers.

Good Housekeeping

I thought this was such a fun idea!

It’s Overflowing painted her pumpkin with chalk paint! Genius!

 The V Spot create these metallic pumpkin topiaries. The crows and the banner added to them are perfect!

Uncommon Designs gives a great tutorial on how to make these silhouette pumpkins.

Lots of fun and inexpensive ideas for making pumpkins one of your favorite decorations this fall.

 

Comments

  1. Katie… thank you so much for featuring our silhouette pumpkins! There are so many beautiful pumpkins included in your post… love them all!

    Take care,

    Trish

  2. Gorgeous post!

  3. Christina at I Gotta Create! says:

    I love your pumpkin and all the others too. So warm and homey!

    Thank you for partying with the Wildly Original Crowd.
    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

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