source: Creme De La Craft
7. Mesh Bag
Splotchy spots on your skin? Gross. Splotchy spots on your pumpkins? Artistic! With a mesh bag and some cotton balls, you can give your pumpkins a cool spotted look that will give your porch (or anywhere else you display them) a rustic vibe. I love the idea of using muted, neutral colors and using these as decor for your living room.
Take a look at Creme De La Craft for instructions on how to do this shabby chic pumpkin look.
source: One Good Thing
8. Classic Chevron
This pumpkin project is one where my OCD might come into play. If I don’t get the stripes evenly spaced out, I might freak out…just a little. But, it’s worth a shot if you ask me! Chevron is a classic print that anyone can recognize, and this is such a simple way to give your pumpkin a non-traditional design that doesn’t go overboard.
One Good Thing has all the information you need for making this pumpkin design, and there are a few more no-carve decorating ideas worth checking out too.
source: Studio DIY
9. Delicious Donuts
Using pumpkins as decor doesn’t have to be limited to your front porch. You can take smaller ones, deck them out and display them in your kitchen or living room. If you like the idea of setting out smaller pumpkins, these are perfect! They might be a form of torture, since they’ll make you crave donuts every time you walk past, but aren’t they so cute?
The tutorial for these is a bit “loose” because these are done freestyle, but you can find it over at Studio DIY.
source: A Night Owl
10. Neon Drips
Are the ’80s your favorite decade? Then you will love this pumpkin project! Just dip your pumpkins in neon paint and get a totally rad look. This project will take you back to the days of big hair and bright blue eye shadow, and if your set these on your front porch, they are likely to add a little glow to your evenings.
Pop over to A Night Owl for everything you need to know about making ’80s style neon pumpkins.