quick tulle pumpkin

foam pumpkins painted and changed with tulle, lace, and trims for Halloween decorations

As Halloween closes in, I am still happily adding to my decor with pumpkins and other fun bits of crafty projects.

This one is a ten minute pumpkin (without drying time – so maybe an hour once you allow for that) and I love how it turned out.  I was inspired by one I had seen at Marshalls – I did that thing where you go, “Oh – I could make that!”  I took a picture of it and then made it!

foam pumpkins painted and changed with tulle, lace, and trims for Halloween decorations foam pumpkins painted and changed with tulle, lace, and trims for Halloween decorations

First you want to paint the pumpkin.  I went with an off-white.  Once it was dry, I cut 4 pieces of tulle off of the roll, about 2-3 feet long.  I put them on the table, overlapping them in a way to cover the entire pumpkin.  I then put it in the middle.

foam pumpkins painted and changed with tulle, lace, and trims for Halloween decorations

I then picked up the pieces and tied them all together tightly to cover the pumpkin.

foam pumpkins painted and changed with tulle, lace, and trims for Halloween decorations

To finish it, I tied on some fun ribbons and lace trims.

Easy peasy Halloween queasy!

Happy Halloween all!


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  1. Just had a flash-tiny artificial pumpkins done like this would make great place setting tags!

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