Y’all know I love a good deal, so I was excited when I found all of the supplies to make Dollar Tree Bandana Pumpkins. They turned out so cute, went together in just 15 minutes, and only cost $5.00 (for two)! I am so excited to be sharing today as part of the Creative Crafts Fall Edition, so stop back by each day this week to see all of the creative inspiration!
Quick and Easy Dollar Tree Bandana Pumpkins
This week I am co-hosting Creative Crafts – Fall Decor Edition with my crafty friends Laura from Me and My Inklings and Meg from Makeable Crafts and Ann from Bella Crafts Publishing. Featuring FUN Fall Decor craft projects each day this week from some of the most talented designers we know. Check out my tutorial, then scroll down to see all the creativity AND stop back each day this week to see what everyone has created!
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Here’s what you need to make Bandana Pumpkins:
- Foam Pumpkins, Two – Dollar Tree
- Bandanas, Orange, Two – Dollar Tree
- Natural Twine – Dollar Tree
- Americana Acrylic Paint by DecoArt – Lamp Black
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- Craft Knife
- Chopstick or Pencil
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Here’s how to create Dollar Tree Pumpkins for Fall:
To begin the Dollar Tree Bandana Pumpkins, gather all supplies. Remove the tags from the foam pumpkins with scissors. With a craft knife, carefully cut out a square around the bright green foam pumpkin stems to create a hole. Use a sawing motion and light pressure. Set the foam stems aside because we will need these later.
Remove the extra orange foam from the bottom of the stems. It’s a bonus that the stems already have a wooden pick in them. Basecoat the stems with Lamp Black acrylic paint, with a paintbrush and then apply a second coat, if necessary. Set aside to dry.
Measure and cut two 12″ lengths of natural jute twine with scissors and tie together to create a bow. Repeat to make a second bow. Insert stems into the tops of the foam pumpkins and secure with a glue gun and glue sticks. To finish the Dollar Tree Bandana Pumpkins, glue the jute twine bows to the base of the stems.
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I hope you will use my Dollar Tree Bandana Pumpkins project as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR Autumn decor. Dollar Store foam pumpkins and bright orange bandanas create a fun country-inspired piece of home décor for the first day of Fall through to Thanksgiving. This quick and easy craft project goes together in just about 15 minutes. Change the colors of the bandanas to accent your Fall home decor.
Now it’s time for some FALL INSPIRATION!
Below are more upcycled and recycled projects created by some of my craftiest designer friends. We are participating in the Creative Crafts – FALL DECOR Edition. Scroll down to see all the goodness. Stop back by each day this week for all the super cool projects!
Laura with Me and My Inklings is my second co-host and has created an adorable hand-painted Grateful Decor Sign for Autumn. Don’t you LOVE those Fall leaves?
Ann with Bella Crafts Publishing has created a gorgeous Faux Enamel Marbling Technique on the cutest Tea Cup Die Cut. Love those spooky colors and that netting!
Lindsay with Artsy-Fartsy Mama is sharing a gorgeous DIY Fall Wreath wrapped in jute twine and complete with glittery pumpkins! This project looks quick and easy!
Ginger with Ginger Snap Crafts has created a Fall Sweet Fall DIY Hanging Canvas with her Cricut. Great step by step instructions in her tutorial and look at those sparkly leaves!
Erin with Erin Reed Makes is sharing a lovely Dollar Tree Wooden Pumpkin Decor piece that would be perfect on a front door! The gold metallic paint and felt roses really elevate this one dollar find!
Heather with Homemade Heather has created a fun upcycled project Pumpkin Block Place Card Holders from kids’ alphabet blocks. These cute pumpkins would make a fabulous keepsake!
Today is day two and we’ll be posting each day this week! So, stop back by each day for more creativity. I promise you won’t be disappointed, but rather inspired! Check out the Creative Crafts Day One projects.
Thanks for stopping by!