It turns out that making velvet pumpkins is a piece of cake, or should I say pumpkin pie in this case?
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I’m kicking myself for not making them years ago when I first laid eyes on them. This would be such a fun craft idea for a party and if you happen to be my friend and your birthday is in the fall, well, you just might be getting velvet pumpkins for your present this year!
I don’t know why I have been so intimidated by them until now. In less than an hour and for a few dollars you can have a little set of the sweetest fall decorations ever.
And, surprise! You probably have a lot of the supplies sitting right under your nose.
My dear friend, Tanya, came over for lunch and a play date on a rainy September day.
We whipped up a whole, little pumpkin patch by the fire and only had one dramatic moment when a naughty pig got out of his pen.
The two of us, with all the kids were running around like crazy chasing that pig,
finally, we offered him a nectarine and that did the trick!
Hopefully, you won’t need to catch any pigs during your pumpkin production time.
These little pumpkins look so good anywhere I put them in the house and
I would love to have them marching down my Thanksgiving table this year, all mixed in with vintage books and ironstone soup tureens.
Scroll down for a fun surprise and links on where to purchase these pumpkins!
I am so excited to be part of a Farmhouse Fall Accents Blog Hop today.
There are several other beautiful, autumnal ideas awaiting you from these talented women.