No-Carve Halloween Pumpkins
Ok, we cheated. This is the only pumpkin design that requires a little bit of carving and de-pulping, but it was so beautiful and festive we just couldn’t resist including it in our pumpkin roundup. Photographed by Raymond Hom and styled by Jodi Levine, this flower centerpiece is featured on the cover of Good Housekeeping’s October issue. Gold tacks and flowers in gorgeous fall shades transform this pumpkin into a “wow” centerpiece! Click here to see more craft ideas and DIY projects from Good Housekeeping.
We just can't help but love these mini pumpkins painted to look like delectable donuts!
Push pins come in so many different colours, shapes and sizes which makes the materials for this project easy to source and a breeze to put together!
Lauren Conrad via Brit + Co
Polka dots are hard to resist - but when sequins are glued to a pumpkin in polka dot formation, this cheerful design soars to the next level!
Sugar & Cloth
Pick up a metallic gold marker and a few mini white pumpkins and you've got everything you need to create these gorgeous geometric gourds!
The Milky Way
Not a fan of Halloween's signature black and orange hues? Try spray painting your pumpkin "milk-glass" white for a crisp, go-with-all look and feel.
Sweet C's Designs
Glitter & Gold
There's nothing quite like a little Mod Podge and glitter to turn your pumpkin into a dazzling sensation!
A chalkboard-painted pumpkin pulls double-duty as a festive decoration and dinner menu for a fabulous fall feast!
Draw or doodle to your heart's content on a pumpkin primed with white acrylic paint. We think this design is a hoot!
Lil Blue Boo
Leverage the intricate patterns of paper doilies to create whimsically decorated pumpkins with lace-like accents!