Pumpkin Vase Flower Arrangement Tutorial {in 5 minutes or less}

Pumpkin Vase Flower Arrangement Tutorial
{in 5 minutes or less}
When a talented friend of mine told me that she uses those fake pumpkins from craft stores to make flower arrangements and table center pieces, I knew I had to try it out for myself!
Aside from the fact that the flowers from my garden are almost dead, I am still in love with the end result.  Just imagine when I buy fresh flowers for this arrangement!
Ready to make your own?!
SUPPLIES:
Fake carvable pumpkin {purchased at Michael’s}
Small vase {from Dollar Tree}
Steak knife for carving
Flowers from your garden
I made one white and one orange pumpkin–not sure which one is my favorite.
Just like you are carving a real pumpkin, cut out the lid–be sure the opening is large enough to slip the vase through.
Place your vase into the center of the pumpkin.
Add water to the vase.
You only want the flower {not the stems} to show in this arrangement–so trim down the stems.  And then arrange your flowers–THAT”S IT!!!

  

Happy Halloween Crafting!
I will be linking this project to these fabulous LINK PARTIES!
Ashley Stock
I'm Ashley. Sometimes I craft, occasionally I cook, everyday I write, and I'm always Momma. This is my blog. I keep it real while still seeing the rainbows and butterflies in all of life's lessons.
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  1. Free Pretty Things For You says:

    i really really really like this!!

  2. Free Pretty Things For You says:

    i really really really like this!!

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  5. Hydrangea Flower Arrangements says:

    You did an amazing job with arranging the flowers. I think this is such a fun and very interesting way to arrange different flowers. I think hydangeas would look great in this kind of arrangement as well. Great job! 🙂

  6. bridal flowers bouquets says:

    That was an amazing one.. Keep it up.

  7. silk bouquets girl says:

    Wow, how cool is that project! I love that vase, I can use it not only on halloween. Love the idea, thanks a lot.

  8. Very nice, very simple. Something I wouldn't have thought to do. I'm new to your blog and I love it!

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  15. Love this! All need is a dining room table to put it on…

  16. I’m completely in LOVE with these and can’t wait to make some of my own this weekend!! I saw the idea on Lauren Conrad’s blog first, but will definitely be sharing it on my own too!

  17. such a good idea! will look great as a centerpiece on my table!

  18. Geri Ernst says:

    Where did you buy the white and orange artifical pumpkins to put your flowers in. My daughter is getting married in October and i’ve been trying to find them in varies sizes. Would be very grateful for any help.

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