Listen Y’all! This one has me pretty excited. I’m all about trying to find ways to use my decor for every season. It helps me stretch the dollar a little. A lot of you may have an abundance of little foam pumpkins that you are using throughout your fall decor. I sure do! Even if you don’t already have them, I think this DIY will get you pretty excited about buying some when they go on super sale after Fall is over.
I usually have two trees in my home (at the least). One has a theme, and the other is my memory tree. No matter which tree it is, I love having a lot of ornaments. I usually find myself in need of filler ornaments to take care of some of the blank space.
Here’s what I used for this project.
- Christmas Themed Fabric (I got mine from Walmart and Hobby Lobby). I also used an old buffalo plaid shirt that I couldn’t repair when I ripped.
- Foam Pumpkins
I started with cutting a square piece of fabric big enough to gather around my pumpkin.
Using twine, I tied the top and created a hanger.
Then, I attached my decorations on each ornament. I used greenery from other stems I have, but it would be so cute to use berries or pine. I tied everything on so that it wouldn’t be permanent. The idea is, that I can take the fabric off and tuck it away with my Christmas Decor so that I can use the pumpkins again next year for Fall.
I LOVE how these turned out, and I’m definitely going to upcycle all of my pumpkins as we move into the Christmas season!
If you love them as much as we do, could you do us a little favor and…
PIN IT FOR LATER
Happy Crafting~ Lizzy
You can watch the live tutorial for this project right here.