Rustic Twine Pumpkin DIY

3 Materials
10 Minutes

Are your ready for another pumpkin? This one wasn’t planned but that nice piece of Jute rope that was in my craft box was looking at me for few weeks… and today is a day! Today I know what am I going to do with it! I am going to use that last piece!

I have made so many things with this jute rope…  Cute Beehive DIY 

and even upgraded a $3 dollar mirror from Target to nautical stunner!  How to Make a Jute Rope Mirror-DIY

It is time to make a pumpkin this time! All you need is simple inexpensive rope, some wire and of course hot glue gun with glue sticks

Wrap your rope around 3 fingers about 6 times and secure your loop with wire leaving one side longer as shown below

Make 6 loops for fuller pumpkin.

Attach each loop to a Jute twine or anything you like to use as a stem of your pumpkin by tightening wire and a bit of hot glue

Secure middle of all loops with additional rope. Make sure to hide a wire!

Unfortunately or maybe fortunately my jute rope made me family of 3 pumpkins ! LOVE IT !!!

My daughter made a quick recap video for me. How to make a Cutest Twine Pumpkin! It is not professional but it is ours and we are proud of it! We are learning so excuse us. Next one will be bettericon

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Agnes Chrzanowska
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  • Mindy Sammon Mindy Sammon on Sep 05, 2021

    How do you think a cinnamon stick would look as the stem??

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  • Katen Katen on Sep 13, 2021

    Pumpkins ok but the bee hive looks awesome

  • Karen Loftus Karen Loftus on Sep 13, 2021

    I hadn't really given much thought to how these sweet pumpkins we're seeing around are put together. Thanks so much Agnes for putting the tutorial together. Magic solved!