I love Fall, and pumpkins! Crafting for the Fall season is one of my favorite things to do! Pumpkins bring that leave changing, chilly weather feel to the crafts I do and I can’t seem to get enough of bringing that feeling to my projects! I hope you like this DIY Pumpkin Peat Pot and give it a try too!
Dollar Tree Sweater Pumpkin
Fabric – You’re Choice
Antique White Paint
First, I painted the peat pot with the Antique White paint.
Second, I cut a piece of the fabric that I chose, then I used Mod Podge to secure it onto the peat pot.
Third, I used the stamp and stamped the Muslin fabric, that I cut slightly smaller than the first piece. After I again used Mod Podge to secure that atop of the first piece of fabric.
Third, I stuffed the peat pot with Excelsior.
Fourth, I set the Dollar Tree Sweater Pumpkin onto the Excelsior. Then I used Raffia and tied a bow around the stem.
Here’s the final result, what do you think? I think it came out super cute. This DIY Pumpkin Peat Pot would look so nice on a tier tray or as part of a grouping. Do you think you may give one a try too!
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