Jello Mold Pumpkin Decoration - EASY!

6 Materials
$2
15 Minutes
Easy
I'm pretty sure this is the easiest craft that I've ever done! If you want to make one too, the hardest part will be finding the vintage jello mold! But keep reading because I can help you out with finding one down below. I'm already keeping my eyes open for more!
You will need one vintage jello mold (preferably orange), a stick from the yard (about 5 inches long), a glue gun and some decorations (ribbons or raffia) for tying around the stem.

This makes the perfect decor for your farmhouse kitchen!  I picked this jello mold up the other day while we were thrift shopping.  I only paid $1 for it! YES, bargain!  The moment I saw it, the idea to make this pumpkin popped into my head.  Do you ever do that?  You see something and say in your head, I could make "so and so" with that! :)
STEP 1:  Glue the stick to the top of the jello mold.  I placed the stick right in front of the hanger that was already on the mold.
Just hold the stick in place until the glue cools.  P.S. I cut the stick using our tree pruning shears.
STEP 2:  Tie some burlap ribbon and raffia around the stick and then add a few faux leaves with hot glue
Tah Dah! It's done and ready to hang up for your Fall decorations!  I told you it was the easiest craft ever!  Ok, who's going to make one now?

If you're looking to make one and need a jello mold, find the "GO" button down below or click right here to visit our blog for the links to a few I've found online and are for sale! Hurry, I only found a couple!

Click right here for my Dollar Tree Pumpkin Makeover! So cute!

Thanks for looking! :)

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  • Nancy Valure Nancy Valure on Sep 02, 2019

    I was thing you could also make a Christmas wreath and decorate for the frond door. have you tried that, and if so would you share ?

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  • Linda Dakin Nolet Linda Dakin Nolet on Jan 29, 2020

    I love this idea. I would think you could use a bunt pan as well.

    • DeeDee DeeDee on Feb 02, 2020

      Hi Linda! Yes you could, thank you so much! :)

  • Melinda Record Melinda Record on Aug 20, 2020

    Too cool, cute and clever. I LOVE this door decoration. I can't wait to start "hunting" for a Jello mold to copy, I mean borrow, [tee hee] your idea.


    Thank you for sharing and inspiring!

    • DeeDee DeeDee on Aug 21, 2020

      Hello Melinda! Thank you and good luck on your hunt! :)

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