It’s that time of year again!
Cozy sweaters, big scarves, PUMPKIN SPICES EVERYTHING! Has to be my favorite time of year. And with fall comes Halloween. So in the spirit of things I searched Pinterest for some of the best no carve pumpkin designs out there! No need to tussle with those pesky pumpkin innards, or wrestle the “kid friendly” carving tools away from the children! Enjoy NOT getting your hands dirty with these fun DIY’s!
These stone painted beauties by The.beauty.dojo are super simple and absolutely adorable!
Bring out your inner child with these Woodland creature pumpkins, by Rebecca at Simple as That. You won’t be disappointed!
Do you love everything Mason jar as much as I do? Check out these chalk painted pumpkins that bring the rustic feel to every space, by The Project Girl. If you are looking for something a bit more geared for Halloween you can make it your own with some different wording of your choice! Get creative with it.
These studded Pumpkins by cuckoo4design caught my eye so quickly and I feel in love! I feel like you bring this idea to your kids and they will just get crazy with it and I would love to see the outcomes.
Simple elegance comes to mind when I saw these beauties. These DIY mudcloth pumpkins by Homeyohmy are perfect for your creative side.
I just love anything shiny, so metallic is just up my alley! Taryn Whiteaker did an amazing job on these modern metallic pumpkins.
I love this idea! However I couldn’t find a DIY to follow. I’m thinking you could look up any string art project you wanted on your pumpkin and give it a go! If anyone tries this please let me know in the comments I would love to see it.
These Chic pun-kin’s by Brit + CO may not be fun for the children to make but sometimes adults need to have fun to!
This is so beautiful! And you can be so creative with this idea as well. This floral moon pumpkin by The Merrythought could be so versatile! And if you don’t want to use a drill a hot glue gun may do the trick just as well.
Glow in the Dark Pumpkins, by One little project at a time, are so much fun and the kids will absolutely love them!
I can’t wait to try a couple of these out with all the littles in my life this year! If you give any of these a try I would love to see them down in the comments! Enjoy and have fun creating!
xo – Stephanie
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