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Nature Pumpkins!

Happy Halloween!

I just had to share our nature pumpkins with you. Usually we decorate our pumpkins with those foam sticker shapes you can buy from Michaels (which ends up looking very cute), but this year I decided we'd go more au naturel. So after our trip to the Pumpkin Farm off we went on a walk to collect all sorts of goodies.

It was easy to do with a large glue gun but it did take us quite awhile. Next year I'll be sure to have a helper.

Enjoy!


Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com



Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com

Nature Pumpkins by GradeONEderful.com


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6 comments

  1. They turned out so cute! I bet the walk was lots of fun, too. I love getting them outside in the fall.

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    1. Thanks Debbie. I agree, fall walks are refreshing and relaxing. We should probably do that a lot more often:)

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  2. Those are great. They have a LOT of character, don't they?

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    1. They do, don't they? I was surprised by that. Thanks for stopping by, Tammy!

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  3. Just saw these -- they are adorable. I was windering how you got the leaves and such to stick -- I wonder if liquid elmer's glue would work, too. Great idea!

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    1. Hi Sara! Thanks very much. I used a glue gun. I'm not sure the liquid glue would work on the front and sides. I think the pieces would slide down.

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