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DIY Harvest Floral Pumpkin Centerpiece🍁🍂🍂

 Create a stunning DIY harvest floral pumpkin centerpiece with this step-by-step tutorial. Add a touch of autumn to your table decor by combining beautiful flowers with a seasonal pumpkin. Perfect for fall gatherings and Thanksgiving celebrations.

Decoupage pumpkin decoration displayed on a candle pillar with a Give Thanks wooden decoration and faux fall floral

Decoupage pumpkin decoration displayed on a candle pillar with a Give Thanks wooden decoration and faux fall floral


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Materials such as, scissors, faux floral, decorative leaf napkin, Mod Podge, and paintbrush

Materials 

One foam pumpkin, faux florals, wood decor, candle pedestal, Mod Podge, decorative napkin, paint, scissors, floral cutters, and hot glue. 

Cutting napkins into sections

Faux pumpkin, decorative fall napkin, and scissors

Start by taking your decorative napkin and cutting it into smaller sections.

Applying Mod Podge 

Faux pumpkin, decorative napkin, and Mod Podge

After cutting your napkins into a few sections, remove the second layer. 
Begin to apply your Mod Podge to your pumpkin. 

Decoupage pumpkin with decorative leaf napkin design

After applying your Mod Podge, take your decorative napkin and place it over the Mod Podge. Gently press the napkin down onto the Mod Podge, making sure it adheres well. Once the napkin is in place, apply a thin layer of Mod Podge over it. There are many ways to apply Mod Podge, so experiment and find what works best for you. Personally, I like to use a blow dryer to help speed up the Mod Podge drying process.

Applying paint to wooden decoration

Give thanks wooden decoration, paintbrush, and red acrylic paint

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

Cutting and arranging flowers

Faux fall floral, and floral cutters

Before you start arranging your floral, get your floral cutters ready. Begin by cutting a few flowers. If you prefer, you can also cut just the leaves and tops of the flowers. In this case, you will need to glue them into the center of your pumpkin.

Faux fall floral inserted into the top of decoupage faux pumpkin

First, take your flowers and place them at the top center of your pumpkin. To do this, press the stems of the flowers through the pumpkin. Next, apply hot glue to each leaf and glue them around the floral arrangement.

Attaching pumpkin to candle pillar

White candle pillar

First, take your candle pillar pedestal and apply hot glue onto the top surface. Next, add your pumpkin to the pillar. Then, take your wood decoration and place it in the center of your floral arrangement. I suggest gluing the decoration onto a craft stick and inserting it through the middle of your pumpkin. Alternatively, you can glue the wood decoration on top of your pumpkin near your flowers.

Decoupage pumpkin decoration displayed on a candle pillar with a Give Thanks wooden decoration and faux fall floral displayed on a windowsill

Your beautiful floral pumpkin is now complete. It was such a fun project to work on, and I hope you enjoyed creating it. This pumpkin makes for a wonderful centerpiece for Thanksgiving or a beautiful decoration to display on a mantel or coffee table. You could even pair it with other fall decorations on an entry table. Let me know if you decide to make your own floral pumpkin – I always love hearing from you! Thanks for spending time with me today, and I look forward to catching up with you again soon.

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  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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  5. I am loving this pumpkin so much Stephanie! I love how you always create such cute projects on a budget. Those budget friendly ideas are my favorites.

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    1. Cara, I'm happy to hear you enjoyed my floral pumpkin craft. I love how it turned out as well. Thank you so much for stopping by. 😊

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  6. I love how this turned out! What a great centerpiece idea. Visiting from the Love Your Creativity linkup.

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    1. Jennifer, thank you! Thank you so much for visiting. :)

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  7. P.S. I'd love to see this shared at my linkup, too! https://lifetalesbooks.blogspot.com/p/calling-fellow-bloggers.html

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