Washi Tape Pumpkins – An Easy Fall DIY

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I can’t believe it’s already the week of Halloween!  This whole week is like Christmas Eve for me, I just love it that much!  We have made 3 trips to the pumpkin patch and my sweet monster of a toddler has more “punkas” than he knows what to do with.  I picked up a few Jarrahdales and they are my new favorite pumpkin.  They are those eery blue pumpkins that kind of look like a big bruise.  They’re beautiful in the sickly kind of a way.  That has absolutely nothing to do with this post so…moving on.

I was so busy with finishing our family costumes over the weekend that I literally had about 20 minutes to come up with a DIY pumpkin.  I needed a quick, no mess project and this pumpkin DIY is exactly that.





Washi or Foil Tape


Paint & Paint brush (optional)

Okay…try to follow me here.  This is a tough one.  Peel tape, cut out desired shape, stick to pumpkin.  That’s it!  This is one for the small kiddos too.  I chose to paint the stem in a metallic rose gold to match the tape but it’s not necessary.  I did the very trendy and overly done chevron design.  (Chevron is everywhere but I still love it) Try triangles or stripes.  Pick up some pretty arrow or polka dot stickers.  Whatever tickles your creative fancy!

There you have it.  No carve, no mess DIY pumpkins.

Happy Crafting!