Hello friends! I hope you are all doing well. I came down with a terrible cough last week and just can’t seem to shake it. Now the kiddos are starting to feel bad…. So Fall begins.
On a brighter note, I have some fun handmade decor DIYs to share with you this week in celebration of Fall. My go to colors this Fall are copper and white so you can expect to see the lovely combo all week! Today, we are going to transform dollar store pumpkin pails into a lovely Fall centerpiece for around $2.
Here’s what you need for this quick and easy DIY:
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dollar store plastic pumpkin pails
faux or fresh flowers
Remove the handles from the pails and spray paint two light coats of copper spray paint (or the color of your choosing!)
These little pumpkins dry really quick.
Trim the flower stems so that they stand a little taller than the pumpkins.
Fill the pumpkins with rice or beans to weigh it down and to hold the flowers stems in place.
Place 3-4 stems into each pumpkin.
Hide the jack-o-lantern faces by turning the pumpkins in towards each other. (At least until Halloween comes around!)
They also look great side by side!
I have so many other ideas for these little guys. Right now, I’m enjoying the little pretties on my kitchen table.
You can see how I repurposed them into Fall Planters for 2016!
Find all of the posts from 2015’s Fall Series below.
Day one: Copper Pumpkins Fall Centerpiece
Day two: “Dollar Store” Fall Wreath
Day three: Painted Fall Leaves Garland
Day four: Watercolor Pumpkin Printables
Day five: Japanese Inspired Coasters for Fall