DIY Distressed Stackable Wood Pumpkins

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These easy distressed stackable DIY wood pumpkins are totally adorable! They can be used individually or stacked and add a fun shabby chic vibe to your Fall decor! They also make a great kids project!
Start with blocks of 4 x 4 wood. Make sure to sand all the corners to make them smooth
Paint them orange. You can leave them as is or like me you can paint them grey and blue and distress them!
Next paint fun and creative faces on to the blocks. I used a mix of random shapes and styles to add naughty and fun faces on all sides of the blocks!
I added a bolt on the top of one of the pumpkins and tied a pipecleaner around it! Here they are all stacked up and ready!
I love fun takes on traditional decorations! You should definitely check out my concrete pumpkins! They were so easy to make and I didn't even need a mold for them! If you want to go the route of a traditional pumpkin, you should definitely check out these unique ways of decorating them!

Suggested materials:

  • 4 x 4 lumber   (lumber store)
  • Orange, blue, grey and black paint
  • Sander   (hardware store)

Anika Gandhi
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