I had these mini pumpkins left over from the Halloween festivities. And then I remembered I had seen this in Pinterest here. In case you are curious, this is the website Pinterest links it up to. I didn’t get a chance to look if they had a tutorial or not so this is my own way of making these, which was super easy. It did take more than the average time I spend in crafting, because as you will see, you end up carving. Mini pumpkins or not: I. do. not. carve.
This is what you will need:
Mini pumpkins. (If you can’t find real ones, you can work just as good with fake ones)
Fall leaves ($1 from Dollar store)
Dry moss ($1 from Dollar store)
Candles (.50 each )
And a knife: At least that’s what I used to make the hole on the top of the pumpkin the same size as the candle.
Carve the pumpkin. So glad these were mini (ha!)
Super glue the candle to the inside and the moss and leaves on the top of pumpkin.
I made three and they go perfect on my entry way table.
I think I’m ready for Thanksgiving!
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