Cheap and Easy DIY Pumpkin Topiary
In celebration of the first day of fall, I wanted to share a festive, fall DIY Pumpkin Topiary that is cheap and easy to make. I reused things I had around the house, purchased pumpkins and flowers from the Dollar Tree, and inexpensive paint from the craft store. It came out beautiful. Because of the materials used, I only put it outside temporarily and keep it protected inside for a festive, indoor fall decoration. This is a small topiary that is about 23 inches tall. It’s perfect next to a fireplace, a side table, or anywhere else you would like a beautiful fall decoration.
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Materials to make the DIY Pumpkin Topiary:
- 2 Plastic Bowls
- 1 Sturdy Plate
- 1 Cardboard Cylinder (Salt or Oatmeal Container)
- Wood Stirrer Sticks
- Floral Foam (Dollar Tree)
- 3 Foam Pumpkins (Dollar Tree)
- Autumn Leaves and Flowers (Dollar Tree)
- Metallic Acrylic Paint (Gold, Silver, Bronze)
- Copper Paint (Acrylic or Spray Paint)
- Hot Glue Gun
Instructions to make the DIY Pumpkin Topiary:
- Arrange the plate, bowl, cylinder, and bowl together as shown.
- Hot glue them together.
- Remove the wrapping on the salt container.
- Glue wood stirrers around the cylinder as shown.
- Paint with copper paint.
- Fill the top bowl with floral foam and arrange the flowers.
- Remove the stem from two pumpkins.
- Paint the pumpkins and glue together with the stem on the top pumpkin.
- Glue the pumpkins to the top of the floral foam to complete your beautiful, fall DIY Pumpkin Topiary.