DIY Fall Pumpkin Topiary

by Lauren
7 Materials
30 Minutes

DIY pumpkin topiary everything from the dollar tree except base pumpkin was from walmart dowels from lowes and porch urns from Amazon no gluing required just a drill for putting a hole in the pumpkin bottom

I took my urns from Amazon and put a vase I had in the bottom to keep from having to fill the whole urn up.I then took my pre-spray painted dollar pumpkin from Walmart (if you can find a orange one you probably wouldn't need to spray paint but I couldn't find a orange one so I spray painted mine brown and speckeled it with diffrent colors) then drilled a hole in the bottom for the dowel I then took my three dollar tree styrofoam pumpkin and drilled a hole on the top and bottom expect for the topper pumpkin (just the bottom) and placed them through the dowel and the rest on top of one another I then took the sparkly wings and placed them into the soil after that I took leaf Garland from the dollar tree and placed at the bottom and around the seams of the pumpkins meeting. The second to the top pumpkin has a light that changes colors.You could add lights or solar nights to this or spray paint with glow in the dark paint. You could also add fall themed fabric under the pumpkins for a different look I think this cost around is about 20 dollars for one which isnt bad compared to some that are 80 dollars I will try to get pictures with the pumpkin lit up soon hope yall enjoy

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  • Laura Laura on Oct 07, 2019

    After looking at many websites and using procedures from multiples, I made my own personalized fall topiary.

    • Amy Amy on Aug 19, 2021

      Very cute. It's a great to get ready for Fall.

  • Amy Amy on Aug 19, 2021

    Thank you! That's very adorable. I have resin half a whiskey barrels so hopefully I can still make it work.