My re-purposed pumpkins from a couple of years back have been getting a lot of attention this year. Oh be still my beating heart I am flattered. So much so I thought I would share them with you again…They have been featured a half a dozen times on different web sites with permission and over 30 times without permission but at least some of them gave photo credit…The pumpkin-snowmen were really easy to put together…If you decide to re-purpose your pumpkins for the Christmas Season post a picture of them here for others to find, you will be given full photo credit. The scrooge does not live here!
Christmas Entry…Re-purposed Pumpkins
Check out some of the other Christmas crafts and hacks that can make your life easier and save you some money along the way…BuzzFeed, Love this Pic, CountryLiving.com and now RedbookMag has asked to include them in a story they are working on. Who knew a few leftover pumpkins, some paint and buttons would get so much attention. I will be re-purposing this years pumpkins over the weekend…stop by next week to check out the great pumpkin remake 2015.
This is last years pinterest inspired DIY centerpiece…It’s time to make one for this year…Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!
How cute are these little guys…Pumpkin Snowmen Welcome You to our Home this Christmas!!!
Back in early October I ventured into Houston to the open air produce market to purchase my heirloom pumpkins as well as my seemingly ordinary pumpkins. I really love mixing the different types and shapes of pumpkins to create an interesting look for Fall. They really welcome the season the changing season without having to go all out. However, I like the pumpkins so much I always have a difficult time disposing of them when its time to put the Christmas decorations up. This year I stumbled on a crafty blogger who had a stellar idea on extending the life of her pumpkins.
Coco Chanel once stated that “Imitation is the highest form of flattery” so I hope Stephanie over at Under the Table and Dreaming will be flattered should she happen to see that I borrowed her wonderful idea.
Christmas Entry...Repurposed Pumpkins