DIY Budget Friendly and Simple Fall Pumpkin Decor With Farmhouse Style

3 Materials
$8
10 Minutes
Easy

I am starting to work on my fall decor and

I wanted to make something new to go with my Fall decor

that had a little Farmhouse style to it.

Most of my fall decor is in the traditional fall colors (oranges and so on) and I really want to incorporate some white, and lighter colors. I feel like they have a little more of a farmhouse feel to them and I

am loving all the pretty lighter colors they have available right now.

For this project I used a simple 8" x 10" picture Frame, and placed some decorative scrapbook paper in it for my background.

I chose to use black and white buffalo check for my background.


Then using some paint, I painted a simple pumpkin shape onto the glass.

I used mostly white, with a tiny hint of orange as well as black.


I am loving how this turned out.


Such a simple project and it goes so well with my decor as I do use buffalo check in other area's of our home.


(I made a short video to go along with this post so you can see a little better of how I painted the pumpkin)

Budget Friendly, only took a few minutes to make, and so cute.. love those kinds of projects!


Another good thing about this project.. after the fall decorating season is over I could actually scrub the paint off and paint something for Christmas if I want to: a Christmas Tree, or Nativity.. or I could simply revert it back to using it as a picture frame.

However, I will probably leave it the way it is.

(short video of this diy project / also posted on my YT channel)

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