Pinterest Pin Try - Halloween Decor!
I started looking at Pinterest consistently last year to get ideas on how I wanted to decorate Lucky Home Today. One of the very first pins I tried out was a Halloween Decor where. Mr. G had his doubts of what I was doing, but in the end, he thought it was pretty cool . In fact, once Halloween came around, Lucky Home Today was stopping cars mid-street to check out the decor. I'll have to share more of that later on, but today its all about the Pinterest Pin! Halloween Decor!
You're not going to need much materials for this! You'll need an outdoor light ideally which is a cylinder shape. Our lights flair out at the bottom which makes it easier to do! The other materials are scissors - heavy duty if you have them, a pair of gloves if your skin is on the thinner side, and some inexpensive plastic pumpkins. Those I normally get from the Dollar Store or Walmart.
What I did was to cut the back of the pumpkin down from the top and then cut around (and basically cut out) the bottom of the pumpkin. You might want to wear gloves because the plastic can be sharp!
Its helpful to lift the round bottom as you're cutting it out.
Flex the pumpkin, as if your putting it around the light so you have an idea of how flexible it is. Create a gap by cutting out a little bit of either side. You can also cut on a slight diagnol should your light need some adjustment. For mine, since my lights are wider on the bottom than the top, I'll cut a slight diagnold from the bottom to the top of the pumpkin.
I also chose to leave the handle on and wrap it around the top of my light. It sometimes gets windy and it helps catch the pumpkin just in case!
Easy peasy, super cute, and ready to do just before Halloween or the month of October! Pinterest Pin! Halloween Decor!
It is really cute. I like it but did you consider cutting out the black parts?
Is there any way the pumpkins could get to hot? Melt?
How much darker did this make your porch at night? Ours made it too dark to see keys. I’m wondering if where you get the pumpkin matters