DIY Pumpkin Tiered Tray


Who's with me when I say Pumpkin Everything this fall season?! I am so in love with these faux half pumpkins from Michael's craft store. I can't wait to show you what I did with them! I am so excited with how the project turned out guys!!
So, you need a few simple supplies to make this project...two faux half pumpkins, a vintage wooden spool, a round wooden base, a threaded rod and some other hardware.
Be sure to drill your holes in your half pumpkins to the size of the threaded rod. It should fit nicely inside the wooden spool as well.
Simply slide the rod through the spool and into the wooden base for the pedestal bottom. Fasten the nut tightly and flush with the wooden base.
You will then need to work your way from the bottom to the top, adding the half pumpkins. Fasten together and cut off the excess rod.
You now have a completely unique pumpkin tiered tray for your fall decorating.
You can see more details, sources, and tutorials on the original blog post. (link below)

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  • Linda
    on Oct 22, 2015

    Nice idea, missing the fall "greenery" as it were .. I would add some leaves, garlands, etc., just something to make the color pop. Battery op'd lightsets ... maybe ...

  • Marla
    on Oct 26, 2015

    That's a cool idea!

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