Pumpkin Decorating Ideas – Autumnal Decor
As Halloween is drawing near, it’s high time we took a look at some pumpkin decorations and see how this natural product of the garden, easy to artistically maneuver thanks to its shape, has easily become an epicenter of these games of shadows and darkness. From scary decorations to forms full of color and light, pumpkins match your won tastes and frighten and delight at the same time. Below are several pumpkin decorating ideas for an end of the month replete with strong sensations.
For those living in a house, hang a piece of wood or bark around a longish pumpkin stem to point guests to a campsite, party, or to simply say “Welcome.” A simple, but rousing idea.
The same pumpkin “design”, but a different idea. Use a couple of felt pieces stuck in different areas and to buttons and you will get this character which will bring a smile to adults’ faces, let alone kids’.
Let’s go from comical to dramatic, matching the Halloween atmosphere. A mummy wrapped around a pumpkin is an accessory which is so fit for the evening of 31st October.
For the gentlemen boasting a vivid imagination, a pumpkin clad in sexy lingerie is a solid proof passion is still there. We don’t know what the partner’s reaction will be, but it is worth trying, at least for the art’s sake.
But the best choice in pumpkin decorations is painting it in various colors and patterns. Below are several ideas to decorate it for various effects, but all having the same expected visual impact.
And when you say pumpkin, you say lantern. The offer here is also so diverse that you will need a whole pumpkin crop to be able to put them into practice. A couple of suggestions, too, below here.
It is equally easy to get a couple of wires, preferably made of aluminum for an easier maneuverability, and stud interesting patterns. You choose the design of these metallic decorations.
And since it’s fall, than crown your pumpkin with a fall flower wreath, using different species of mums, for instance. The blend will bring extra color and energy to your home on the threshold of the cold season.
Sources: Buzzfeed.com, Countryliving.com, Goodhousekeeping.com