Pumpkin stack with drilled holes! How to make it: http://www.midwestliving.com/homes/seasonal-decorating/pumpkin-decorating-projects/
Pumpkins add stylish, creative and fun touches to fall decorating. Try our techniques for creating pumpkins with personality!
Welcome pumpkin - Put together a Halloween outdoor display like this one -- featured on the October 2009 cover of Midwest Living® -- using a weathered wheelbarrow as a base. Stuff the bottom of the wheelbarrow with newspaper. Add a mix of pumpkins, gourds, fall leaf branches and bittersweet vines. Paint a friendly message on your pumpkins, if you like.
Real leaves applied to a white pumpkin set a sophisticated scene. Set leaves between paper towels and flatten them under a book for at least five days. Then brush decoupage glue on a white pumpkin. Arrange the leaves on the pumpkin's surface. Cut small slits along the edges of the leaves as you go, so they'll fit the pumpkin's contours. To finish, coat the decorated surface in decoupage glue.
For a no-fuss fall centerpiece, heap bewitching, beribboned sugar pumpkins in a rustic bowl. To make: Attach double-stick tape to lengths of black, orange, and white patterned ribbon, then wrap around each squash. Read more: Pumpkin Decorating Ideas - No Carve Pumpkin Decorating Ideas - Good Housekeeping