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How To Make Wooden Halloween Pumpkins

With Halloween not too far away, it’s a great time to start making things to decorate with. So today I’m sharing an easy way on how to make wooden Halloween Pumpkins. It sure will be a different Halloween due to COVID but you have to make your own fun right? I’m lucky enough to be apart of a fun blog hop this month so be sure to check out other fun projects that you can make to from my blogging pals! 


How To Make Wooden Halloween Pumpkins

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Supplies needed:

 

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Step 1 –  Give your wooden blocks 1 coat of Champlain. Let dry


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Step 2 – Taking your book pages, cut out 8 rectangles 90mm x 20mm. Pop on your double sided tape and stick to 2 of the pumpkins, lining the book page up at the bottom of the blocks.

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Hot Glue Gun Time!

Step 3 –  Taking your glue gun apply your wooden beads around the line of the book pages.

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Step 4:  For the 3rd pumpkin, cut out 4 x 90mm x 90mm squares from your book pages. Pop on some douple sided tape and stick to the block.

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Step 5 –  Cut 2 pieces of faux greenery to your liking and glue into place with your glue gun.

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Almost Finished!

Step 6 –  Make a cute bow and use your glue gun to stick into place.

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Now it’s time to decorate! 

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Scatter around your spooky spiders!

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And you’re all done! The beauty of adding that sppoky spiders mean you can still enjoy your wooden pumpkins all year round!

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24 comments

  1. I love things made with old book pages. Where did you find the wood blocks? This post gave me so many ideas. They look beautiful and I haven’t seen anything like it. Definitely pinned to try and make.

    1. Hi there Andrea! I cut them out myself using a drop saw but I’m sure you could get your local hardware to cut them for you if you don’t have access to a drop saw. Hope you have fun making some!

  2. Sam, these are adorable! So creative! I never would have thought that squares could be pumpkins, but you proved me wrong! I love the addition of the book pages and the wood beads! I will keep this in mind when I do a neutral fall decor again! YAY! Pinned!

  3. Sam, your pumpkins are fab-u-lous! I love how you fitted a “square peg” into a “round hole” lol! Square pumpkins with those old pages as decor is so creative and clever. Pinned!

  4. These are so unique, Sam! I love that they can be used for neutral fall decor then transition to Halloween with the addition of spiders and cobwebs. That’s so cool how you used bookpages with a spooky story. The wooden beads are a nice touch, too. It was fun crafting with you!

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