Wooden Pumpkin Face

Today I stopped by the store and picked up some mums and a pumpkin….

FALL MUMS AT HOME IN THE NORTHWEST BLOG

And I pulled out a fun wooden pumpkin face that my mom and I made years ago.

PUMPKIN FACE AT HOME IN THE NORTHWEST

We cut the shapes with a saw. Then painted and distressed them. And hammed a long nail through each part.

Decorating the pumpkin is the easy part…just press the nail with your finger through the pumpkin!

WOODEN PUMPKIN FACE AT HOME IN THE NORTHWEST

Two seconds later, the pumpkin is decorated. And it won’t rot like a carved pumpkin!

wooden pumpkin face 2 at home in the northwest

Isn’t it cute?!

jen

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Comments

  1. SOOO cute!

  2. LUV this idea, Jen! The face is re-usable for following years & the pumpkin stays fresh until you want to carve it — perfect. I don’t usually decorate at Hallowe’en but this is something I think I will do. 😉

  3. What a fun idea! Love how it’s a little rustic looking 🙂 And, we must be sorta neighbors!

  4. It is cute! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop! ♥

  5. This is a great idea and so much easier than carving the pumpkin. It also avoids my least favourite part about carving – scooping out all of the insides. So messy.

  6. Thank you sooooo much, Jen for linking up to our brand new link party… Share It Sunday! Thanks to you, it may just take off!!

    And I do LOVE this idea! And I love that you and your mom made it years ago… makes it all the more special. Hugs!

  7. The wooden pumpkin face looks so awesome! Love it. Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime!!

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