The wait is over! Thanks for patiently waiting for tutorial on the pumpkin topiary that you saw on my table in my eat-in kitchen redo. Here it is! :)
I first saw this idea on a topiary that my mother-in-law has had on her table for the last few years (she bought hers at Garden Ridge years ago.) I always loved hers and this year I was determined to make my own.
Here are the materials I bought, but I didn’t end up using all of them on this project. The two leaf garlands came from the dollar tree but I only ended up using the top one on the pumpkins. The white bucket was in my yard sale stash and it got a new coat of paint (in Oil Rubbed Bronze) The pumpkins came from Michael’s. I had a hard time finding three different sizes that all matched, but I actually ended up really liking the contrast in the middle pumpkin against the other two pumpkins once I got it made. I also ended up using only about half of the picks.
Close up pictures of the pumpkins and container. The pumpkins were the most expensive part. But they were on sale for 40% off and I had 15% off your total purchase at Michael’s so I ended up paying less than $10 for all of them.
I removed all the stems. I liked the stem from the middle pumpkin the best, so I glued it on to the top pumpkin. I hot glued the pumpkins together and to the top of the container.
And here it sits on my kitchen table as my fall centerpiece!
I had not seen anything like this in the stores until I saw this one at Kirkland’s this year. Their price $24.99! I guarantee I made mine for half that price (and I think I like mine better too! :)
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Today is the first day of FALL! (Hard to believe since we are still in the 90’s here in GA, but I think the weekend might feel a little more like fall – yay!)
I want to see your favorite fall projects and décor! The linky will be up until next Friday so link away! I plan to feature some of my favorites in a recap post afterwards.