Are you looking for a new way to decorate for fall? I have one, this concrete pumpkin DIY is fast and easy, and they will last forever.
Thanks so much for coming by! I’m Regina and this is Saved From Salvage.
If you are visiting from Kim at Cottage in the Mitten welcome!
How adorable was her Pumpkin and Mum planter?
I’m sharing my concrete pumpkins as part of a fall blog hop, all about pumpkins.
Click on the pictures below to see all of the creative pumpkin DIYs.
You will not believe how many different ways you can DIY pumpkins!
STEPS TO CREATE CONCRETE PUMPKINS
It’s time to try your hand at creating with concrete. This is basically a foolproof DIY.
Container to mix concrete
Large spoon to stir concrete
Container of water
Pantyhose or tights
Cut the tights or pantyhose about mid calf.
Then put inside a plastic cup and spread the opening over the top of the cup.
This will hold it steady so you can fill it with concrete.
Begin mixing concrete and water until you have a consistency of cake batter.
Pour into the opening of the tights that are stretched across the plastic cup.
The size of your pumpkin will be determined by how much concrete you use.
After you have filled your tights, pull it out of the cup. Next, use a rubber band to secure the top so nothing leaks out.
Using the other rubber bands, place them around the pumpkin to create the sections or lines.
You only need two or three rubber bands to do this.
Let dry overnight. Then cut the rubber bands and pull the tights away from the pumpkin and discard.
Decide what you would like to use for a stem and glue it on and you are done.
I hope you enjoyed learning how easy it is to create these pumpkins. Next on the hop is Lora from Lora B. Create and Ponder. She is sharing the cutest project, she has used a vintage quilt to create a witch hat. You can see her post here.
Are you decorated for fall? Do you like to go all out or only add a few fall items to your existing decor?
Did you see my charming napkin rings I made last week? Click here.
I enjoy fall decor, but love to keep it in the same color family as my regular decor. These concrete pumpkins are a perfect neutral for my home.
If you like this type of texture, you need to see this glass vase update I just did. Click here to see.
Happy Fall! XO, Regina
For even MORE fall inspiration, you need to see these adorable mini pumpkins I made to add charm and fragrance to my mantel. Click the link below the picture.
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