12 inspiring Dollar Store Pumpkin craft projects for fall. Try out one of these great DIY decorated pumpkin ideas to get into the fall spirit.
Hey guys! I know, we’re only a day into August, and I’m already talking about fall crafts!
I’m just so excited about fall crafts and decor, and I have tons to share with you over the next couple of months. I needed to get a head start. The Dollar Store is by far one of my favorite places to shop for craft supplies. I often stop at the Dollar Store before I hit up the craft store. I save a ton of money this way!
Dollar Store pumpkins are probably my favorite fall craft supply. You can do so much with them, and they’re only a dollar!
Today I’ve gathered 12 inspiring Dollar Store Pumpkin craft projects for you. Try out one of these great DIYs to get into the fall spirit.
I painted these Dollar Store pumpkins with a chalky + metallic finish last fall. I displayed them on my mantle last season. I wonder where I will display them this fall.
This really is one of those tutorials that you need to see! I’m loving these Weathered Texture Finish Pumpkins from Lost and Found Decor.
Danielle from Finding Silver Pennies updates these pumpkins with Annie Sloane chalk paint. How cute!
There is something about blue fall pumpkins and decor that makes my heart go pitter-patter, just like these fabric scrap dollar store pumpkins from It All Started With Paint.
See how Rachael from This is Our Bliss transformed these black pumpkins with gold thumb tacks. So inspired!
Maryann from Domestically Speaking updated a pumpkin with paint and twine. You’ll love her fall mantle.
Kim from The Kim Six Fix covered a foam pumpkin in little wood slices. She has a complete tutorial on her blog!
Kathy from Up to Date Interiors transformed little plastic pumpkins to make a beautiful centerpiece.
Amanda from The Kolb Corner created this finish with chalky paint and wax. See how on her blog.
Sarah from All Things With Purpose completely transformed these little pumpkins simply with black and white spray paint and a little twine. Hop on over to her blog to see how she used these little guys in her home decor.
Angie from The Country Chic Cottage updated this simple pumpkin with burlap and twine. She has a full tutorial on her blog.
I never would have guessed or thought to add brown paper bag pieces to pumpkins – like these Easy Rustic Pumpkins from Houseful of Handmade.