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Carving these irresistible ‘Wee-B-Little’ pumpkins is a super-simple, quick, entertaining project, regardless of your age. | SouthernLiving.com

Pint-size Halloween Pumpkins and Blooms

Petite Halloween Pumpkins for Fall Window box (supplement mums for summer petunias) flower-pots

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Upcycled old crate projects you can't live without!

Radio Flyer Wagon on the Front Porch filled with enamel ware and galvanized containers - Heart Rocks in my Pocket I have 8 Radio Flyers-this is great!

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Updating your foyer for fall? Combine galvanized metal pieces with pops of warm colors to create an autumn ambience!

Updating your foyer for fall? Combine galvanized metal pieces with pops of warm colors to create an autumn ambience!

Cute - make different sayings for different seasons...want to do this!!!

Crafty finds for your inspiration! No. 4

DIY: Seasonal Welcome Post.change out the pumpkins for any season or holiday and you have a year round Welcome Post!

So cute & pretty, I love Fall!  INSTRUCTIONS:    Step 1: Use an awl (#12363) to poke holes, approximately 1/2" apart, around the entire pumpkin.    Step 2: Cut blooms with 2" to 3" stems off the plants. Strip leaves from the stems. Larger pumpkins will need around 120 blooms to completely cover them; smaller pumpkins need about 100 blooms.    Step 3: Stick blooms in the holes. The moisture from the pumpkin flesh will keep your “mumpkin” looking good for 3 to 4 days

A "Mumpkin". A Mum covered Pumpkin. I like the idea of using a fake pumpkin and fake mums so that is lasts longer but there is something to be said about the real deal.

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