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14 October, 2015

Easy Fabric Pumpkins Three Ways

It’s been crazy busy here with the little grands but I am finally putting the finishing touches on my fall décor! This year it needs to be 4 and 5 year-old proof with durable and touchable decorations that can really be enjoyed. Sooo…I have collected all of my fabric pumpkins and corralled them in one basket. Not only are they great for little hands, they were all easy and inexpensive to make!

Kitty Miss Kitty helped to supervise the arrangement so you know it will be perfect…for now! ;-) And the best part is that they can stay out until Thanksgiving! 

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT DIY Fabric Pumpkin Centerpiece Perhaps my favorite are the super-easy NO-SEW SHIRT PUMPKINS! A trip to the thrift store netted me all that I needed to create them!

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CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT DIY Fabric Pumpkin Centerpiece And a durable favorite of mine…my EASY SWEATER PUMPKINS…which require only minimal sewing and use a Dollar Tree pumpkin as the base!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT DIY Pumpkin Patch Centerpiece Now just pull them all together with a little faux ivy, add a little chalkboard sign and …taaa daaa!…you have your very own pumpkin patch that will last from year to year!

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  1. They're all too cute! The cable sweater one is my favorite. Miss Kitty did a great job of "supervising". :)

  2. I love all of these pumpkins, great ideas. Thanks for sharing, Susan. :)

  3. These are so cute and look warm and cozy for the coming cooler weather. I am sure the grandchildren are having a fun time cuddling these little guys!

  4. I love all these pumpkins and your very wonderful helper.Miss Kitty does a great job and so pretty.

  5. I've made your no-sew shirt pumpkins, but used sweater material and they turned out so cute!! However, when I saw the flannel pumpkin....oh my goodness!! I need to look for a flannel shirt at the thrift store....or search my son's or husband's closet! Thanks for sharing.....

  6. Hi there, I love, really love your fabric pumpkins-they are so perfect for this time of year. If I didn't have a full plate already, I'd be making some too. Thanks for sharing!
    Hugs, Noreen

  7. Your pumpkins and your kitty look so comfortable together! LOVE your ideas, Deb! You are one creative girl!


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