fall decor, Pumpkin decor The Great Pumpkin Part 2 August 24, 2018 This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclaimer for more information. Today I’m sharing the great pumpkin part 2 with you. It’s still hot here, but I’m dreaming of cooler weather, fall leaves, football, dragging out the fall decor and making pumpkins. A few weeks ago I decided that my fall decor needed a little sprucing up. So, I thought that making a few new pumpkins and sharing them with you seemed like a lot of fun! Last week I shared with you how to paint a pumpkin. If you missed it you can go here. This week I’m sharing how to glam your pumpkin up! I started with this beautiful velvet teal pumpkin. Pretty on it’s own, however a little bling never hurt any pumpkin! My inspiration for this project came from a few pumpkins I saw at Pier 1. On my recent trip to Oklahoma, I happily found the time to stop in the Hobby Lobby outlet. This is a small haul for me, I rarely walk away empty handed. I found all kinds of bead, rhinestones, sequins and glitter to glam my pumpkin up. I started by dumping a little of each embellishment into a bowl and mixing it up. Using Modge Podge, I painted on a small area of glue. Once I had a good coating of glue, I sprinkled on a fair amount of the embellishment mixture. Being gentle, I patted the embellishments down into the glue. The nice part about using this method, was that I could do small sections at a time until I got just the right amount. I knew I could always add more, but couldn’t take it away once I started. I like a little bling, but I don’t want it slapping me in the face! Also, I put a few single drops of glue, here and there, so that I could add single sequins and rhinestones using my tweezers. I love how it turned out. Honestly, the pumpkin is much prettier in person. The Great Pumpkin Part 2 was super easy and took less than an hour. My kind of project for sure. I can’t wait for fall to officially start to put this pumpkin out! Until next time… Tammy Previous Beep's 1st Birthday Newer Setting an Early Fall Table You May Also Like My Redneck Pool is Open June 10, 2016 Ella’s Table and Chairs December 21, 2018 Updating the Fairy Garden May 16, 2017 4 Comments Rita C at Panoply August 24, 2018 at 4:22 pm Reply Okay, admittedly, I am a glitterphobe, but THATis really pretty! Tammy August 24, 2018 at 7:45 pm Reply I hear you on the glitter Rita… we all know once you let glitter in the house it STAYS in the house! Kilee August 25, 2018 at 6:55 pm Reply Hi! Where did you find that pumpkin? I love it! Tammy August 27, 2018 at 7:49 pm Reply Kilee I found the pumpkin at Home Goods. Its a fairly large one and I think it cost around $12.00! Happy shopping! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.