Craft: How to Make 4×4 Wood Pumpkins
Hi, I’m Kaysi from Keeping it Simple and I’m so excited to be here today to show how I made these fun 4x4 pumpkins. I love decorating with wood, it’s so easy and so inexpensive. Plus, they make great indoor and outdoor decorations.
How to Make 4x4 Wood Pumpkins
- 4x4 pieces of wood
- Orange and green spray paints
- Tree branch
- Hot glue gun
I got my 4x4 wood on clearance at a home improvement store. A full piece of 4x4 wood is actually pretty expensive, so whenever I see these in the clearance section, I always get them. These two were $.51 each.
Using my miter saw, I cut the 4x4 to the sizes that I wanted. 12”, 8” and 4.5”.
I then put a couple coats of spray paint on them.
For the stems, I used a cut up branch, spray painted green wire, and raffia.
I glued the stems, wire, and raffia onto the wood using a glue gun.
And now I have some fun pumpkins, perfect for my fall décor!
You could easily add paper or glitter to the pumpkins to dress them up a little, too. I just went with something simple.
What are some fun ways you can dress up your wood pumpkins?
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