DIY Harvest Floral Pumpkin Centerpiece🍁🍂🍂

 






Be sure to check out the video tutorial 



Materials


One faux pumpkin- My pumpkin is actually a softer foam material
Faux floral
One harvest wood decoration
Mod podge
candle pillar pedestal 
One decorative napkin
Paint
Scissors
Floral cutters
Hot glue


Stary by taking your decorative napkin and cutting your napkin into sections.


After cutting your your napkins into a few sections, remove the second layer. 
Begin to apply your mod podge onto your pumpkin. 


Once you have applied your mod podge take your decorative napkin and add it over the mod podge. Gently press your napkin over the mod podge. Apply a thin layer of mod podge over your decorative napkin. I always use my blow dryer to help with the mod podge process. There are many different ways to apply mod podge. See what works best for you. 


Next, take your wood decoration and apply paint. Set it aside and allow it to dry.




You are now ready to cut your floral. Use your floral cutters and begin to cut a few of your flowers. Another option is to just cut the leaves, and tops of the flowers off. If you do this, you will want to glue your flowers into the center of your pumpkin. 


Next, take your floral and begin to add them into the top center of your pumpkin. I pressed the stems of my flowers through my pumpkin. I then took my hot glue and placed it on each of my leaves and glued them around my floral.



After, take your candle pillar pedestal and apply hot glue onto the top surface. Once you have applied your glue, take your pumpkin and add it onto your pillar. After adding your pumpkin, take your wood decoration and add it in the center of your floral. I glued my decoration onto a craft stick and inserted it through the middle of my pumpkin. Another option is to glue your wood decoration on top of your pumpkin near your flowers.



Your harvest floral pumpkin is now complete. This was such a fun project to work on. This makes a great centerpiece for Thanksgiving, or just displaying on a mantel as well. You could even add this on a coffee table, or entry table with other fall décor.  Let me know if you decide to create your very own. I love hearing from all of you! I'll see you soon. 

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Comments

  1. Love that pumpkin mod podged! Thanks so much for linking up at A Themed Linkup 125 for Pumpkin Crafts and Décor. Shared.

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  2. Your pumpkin centerpiece turned out great! I'm here via Grammy's Grid. I'd love for you to share each week at the Home Matters Party (Thursday 9pm through Monday) Hope to see you there!

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    1. Allyson, thank you so much! I will be sure to come by for a visit and to check out your party too!

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  3. CONGRATS Stephanie! Your post is FEATURED at A Themed Linkup 126 for All Things Halloween from the previous linkup for Pumpkin Crafts and Décor.

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  4. Stephanie, I love this pumpkin so much!!! I just love that you used a beautiful napkin to create the pumpkin's pattern ~ really pretty! I know you know, but I was happy to feature your post at last week's Share Your Style for you.

    Hope you are having a wonderful week,
    Barb :)

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    1. Barb, thank you so very much. I'm so happy to hear that you enjoyed this pumpkin decoration. I'm always so happy to share my creations with all of you. Thank you for stopping by. 😊

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