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    4x4 Pumpkin it!

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    • Shelby Harman Adamson

      4x4 Pumpkin Patch! So cute! 4x4 wood "pumpkins" Go to Home Depot and buy a 4x4 (it will be 8 feet long) It will be enough for two pumpkin sets (so 6 pumpkins total) If you don't have your own saw- then have Home Depot cut the 4x4 at these lengths: 13 1/2" 15 1/2" and 18 1/2" That will be exactly half a 4x4. the stems are just tree branches cut 2-3" long

    • Paula Kitchens

      4x4 Pumpkin Patch.! I really want to make this! It is too cute. Good use for those leftover fence posts!!

    • Haley Nassif

      4x4 Pumpkin it! Super cute Fall crafts here with kits available for purchase!

    • Jennifer Miller

      4x4 Pumpkin Patch. This is such a simple and fun DIY fall decoration piece!

    • Sarah Wiley

      4x4 #Pumpkin Patch #decoration #autumn #fall #halloween

    • Bobbie Schunter

      4x4 Pumpkin Patch. Cute fall decor!

    • Cathy Carrell

      4x4 Pumpkin Patch (wooden pumpkins)

    • Ashley West

      Fall decor 4x4 Pumpkin Patch....

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