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What a wonderful FALL { for your home } IDEA! Wouldn't these twine-tied white pumpkins be beautiful on your coffee table or mantle?

These little fabric covered pumpkins are just adorable. They are so tiny and cute! Uses dollar store pumpkins and fabric scraps. All you need are dollar store pumpkins, fabric, Mod Podge and yarn or twine for the stem.

Make these great pumpkins out of old sweaters. I made some last year with some sweaters I bought at the thrift store.

Spray the top and middle portion of a pumpkin with spray adhesive. While the glue is still wet, use a spoon to sprinkle glitter over the sticky surface of the pumpkin. Allow to dry. Tip: Unless you want to glitter the stem, try not to spray it with adhesive. Cover it with painter's tape if necessary.

Pumpkins!

Step 1: For the eyes, hold saw at an angle and cut 2 cone-shaped holes into the pumpkin. The diameter of the holes should be slightly smaller than the eyeballs’ diameter. Step 2: Print mouth template. Lay template on pumpkin, and poke tack through, all along outline, to transfer design. Cut along that outline with saw, and remove excess flesh. Step 3: Wedge eyeballs into holes.

"Sure son, we’re going trick or treating, you'll get lot's of candy, I’ll meet single mom's, maybe even find you a bro or a sis. We'll go home later and (if's there is a later, hahaha(whispers the Great Pumpkin) the father looks around, thought he heard something) Let's go son, we'll take a shortcut to get back home", "but pa, I thought we were going to get more candy?" "Oh we will, we'll stop at some homes on the way there" "okay pa"..."In this mornings news, the disappearance of...."