Cute and Easy Burlap Covered Pumpkin

I decided to officially ring in the fall season with a fun pumpkin craft! It was super easy and only took about an hour plus drying time. I was inspired when I saw the smaller burlap pumpkins at the dollar store and wanted to create a full size version.
For this quick DIY craft you'll just need a faux craft pumpkin (preferably white), a bottle of Mod Podge, a paint brush, scissors, and some burlap ribbon. If your pumpkin isn't white you can always spray paint it before adding your burlap.
I started by brushing Mod Podge over the part of the pumpkin where I was going to apply my burlap piece. Then I applied the Mod Podge to the pice of burlap before sticking it to the pumpkin. Once everything was coated well I placed the piece of burlap on the pumpkin and brushed it smooth.
I repeated the same steps over and over until the whole pumpkin was covered. I made sure to overlap my burlap pieces slightly so that you couldn't see the pumpkin underneath.
I think it turned out adorable and compliments the small dollar store pumpkin perfectly. I’ll definitely be making more! I love the texture it brings to the newly made over Farmhouse Dining Room too!


If you're looking for more fun and easy DIY fall decor, check out my Rustic Pumpkin Flower Stand.
Sarah Cook
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