New Ideas for Decorating Pumpkins at the Last Second (No Carving Necessary!)

New Ideas for Decorating Pumpkins at the Last Second (No Carving Necessary!)

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Dabney Frake
Oct 30, 2015
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Halloween is coming up really soon, so you might not feel compelled to carve something spooky at this point. Instead, try one of these versatile projects that don't require a knife, are fun and festive, and will last long past the holiday and into the season.

Above, succulents and a sweet face combine to make Justine Blakeney’s pumpkin this year.

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Studio DIY made these light-hearted “punkins” with pre-cut letters.

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These blue porcelain pumpkins from Craftberry Bush are pretty and sophisticated. She even gives you a printable so you can do the same design.

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Following recent DIY trends, Aww Sam made these cute and colorful cacti with just paper.

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These hand-painted pumpkins from Simple As That are simple and sweet.

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Decoupaged tissue paper lets you create fun geometric shapes, like these from Tell Love and Party.

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Country Living has a series of camp-themed pumpkins that feel cozy and autumnal.

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... and this one inspired by Hudson Bay blanket.

(Image credit: A Subtle Revelry)

Channel your inner 1980s teenager with these abstract painted pumpkins from A Subtle Revelry.

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