32 Thanksgiving Pumpkins To Set Around Your Home

Check out these cute pumpkin crafts that will make an impression at your Thanksgiving gathering!

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1. Confetti Pumpkins

Looking for a super easy way to dress up your pumpkins this fall? Grab a bag of confetti and get crafting!

From: MadeInADay

2. Concrete Pumpkin

Of all the pumpkin ideas I would have to say these concrete pumpkins really stuck to me. They are super versatile and take under an hour to make. If you plan on making a small one pumpkin it will probably only take you around 20 minutes to complete (minus the drying time).

From: LilYardor

3. Sugar and Charm Concrete Pumpkins

Who knew concrete could be so charming, right?! We made these DIY concrete pumpkins from silicone molds and a really cool, crafty concrete mixture! I think they’re adorable and have such a modern vibe to them too.

From: SugarAndCharm

4. Sweater Pumpkins

Well sweater pumpkins seem to be pretty popular and I know why, they are really neat!  There also are a few tutorials available on the internet to make them yourself.

From: JillRuth

5. Fabric Pumpkins

A novice sewer can easily stitch up this pumpkin patch, rendered in matte and lustrous linen, silk, and velvet. Set the sewn pumpkins among real ones (some natural-hued, others spray-painted) in a cool autumnal scene of spare branches and scattered leaves spray-painted silver.

From: MarthaStewart

6. Rustic Wood Block Pumpkins

These rustic wood pumpkins are simple and classic.   I love this decor for autumn and Halloween.

From: HoneyBearLane

7. Stuffed Velvet Pumpkins

I tried making my ow stuffed velvet pumpkins. The problem: I was having a difficult time gathering the circle of velvet. My thread kept breaking…ugh! So this year, I tried again and success! Now I want to share my secret on how I make stuffed velvet pumpkins with you.

From: CreateAndBabble

8. Book Pages Pumpkin

I really love the look of old book pages.  I love rustic stuff and old book pages definitely help add to that rustic look.  After making this Book Pages Fall Banner, I thought why not continue the trend and make a pumpkin too.  I thought the gold polka dots added a nice touch as well.

From: DreamDesignDIY

9. Decoupaged Pumpkins

Is the weather starting to turn cooler where you live?  It’s still pretty warm in the southern part of Ohio, but within the last week the mornings have been chilly and just yesterday I realized the leaves on a few of our trees are starting to turn red.  Fall is right around the corner.  I’m not quite ready to start decorating for fall, but I am getting the itch to create a few fall inspired projects.

From: CanaryStreet

10. Halloween Sweater Pumpkins

It’s still pretty warm where I live, but there are hints of autumn in the air. I’m slowly transitioning into this new season by sprinkling some fun fall decor around the house. Today, I’m sharing how to make these adorable pumpkins from the sleeves of old sweaters.

From: HomeTalk

11. No Sew Pumpkin

Easy peasy is the name of the game with this no sew pumpkin. This is so simple that kids would enjoy  making these pumpkins. I had a few old looking fake pumpkins lying around and I wasn’t sure what I would do with them. I didn’t want to throw them out but they had seen better days. I decided to cover one with fabric to see how I like it. And boy do I!!


12. Fabric Covered Pumpkins

Create beautiful and unique DIY fabric covered pumpkins to match your decor using faux pumpkins, fabric strips and Mod Podge!

From: UnoriginalMom

13. No Sew Fabric Pumpkins

Fall time is pumpkin time! But not all pumpkins have to be real or plastic, and they definitely don’t have to be orange. This year I wanted to add a different kind of pumpkin to my home’s fall decor, so decided to do this fun DIY! These No-Sew DIY Fabric Pumpkins are easy to make, easy to customize, and look so cute!

From: ACultivatedNest

14. Fabric Pumpkins with Cabinet Knob Stems

Are you like me and have a bin full of fabric leftover from former projects? Those scraps can be turned into the cutest pumpkins. Today I’m showing you how using remnants from an old red ticking stripe slipcover along with how to repurpose vintage kitchen cabinet knobs for the stems.

From: TheInteriorFrugalista

15. Fabric Pumpkin

I know that fabric pumpkins are anything but new in the Pinterest world, but truth be told, I’ve never taken a stab at making any, and felt like this was the year to play around with them.

From: LoraBloomquist

16. Fabric Pumpkins

Fabric pumpkins are such an easy craft project that’s perfect for fall.  I made a few back in 2015, but since I was recently sewing a batch for the barn I decided to share this year’s version.

From: LittleHouseOfFour

17. Pumpkins From Sweater Sleeves

Affordably adorable sweater pumpkins that you’re going to want to add to your ‘fall to-do’ list!

From: DIYBeautify

18. Simple Fabric Pumpkins

Since I have to ease into Fall, I started slowly with a traditional Fall item, but in these very easy-to-handle-at-the-moment colors.

From: ConfessionsOfASerialDIYer

19. Fabric Pumpkins

If you’re looking for a fun, fresh way to decorate for fall, make these easy fabric pumpkins to dress up just about any room!

From: CraftsByAmanda

20. Polka Dot Bungalow Fabric Pumpkin

Sitting here, working on this fun tutorial, I have the windows open and it is just {lovely}.  Makes me even more anxious to work on fall crafts knowing that the weather is changing…yay 😉

From: PolkaDotBungalow

21. Twine Pumpkin

Gotta love a project that comes entirely from the Dollar Store. This DIY illuminated pumpkin  is just that.

From: ReCapturedCharm

22. 5 Minute Fabric Pumpkins

Make these simple yet stunning DIY no-sew fabric pumpkins in just 5 minutes and use them all over your home for beautiful fall decorating!

From: DreamsFactory

23. Halloween Bandana Pumpkins

To this day, my most popular project ever…of all time…is the vintage bandana bowl covers I made in 2015. Unsurprisingly, I snap up soft, worn bandanas whenever I see them at secondhand shops- but usually only use the red and blue ones for bowl covers. So, when I was digging through my fabric stash, I realized I had a glut of black and orange bandanas…and an idea started to form.

From: SadieSeasongoods

24. Heirloom Pumpkins

Painting your own pumpkins to resemble those beautiful heirloom pumpkins will save you time and money when you save them for the fall season each year. These pumpkins are hard to find and often expensive so I thought why not paint my own!

From: SoMuchBetterWithAge

25. Farmhouse Pumpkin Topiaries

You know I love Dollar Tree (and even decorated an entire Thanksgiving tablescape last year with their items), so I was so excited because their decor just keeps getting better and better every year. I decided to create these cute little neutral DIY farmhouse pumpkin topiaries with some of their new fall decor and some items I had left over in my craft room.

From: TheLatinaNextDoor

26. Orange Pumpkin Vase

The fun part is that you can make most of the centerpieces yourself in just a few easy steps. Whether you’re looking for something specific, or if you are totally blank and need some good ideas fast, the following are some DIY Thanksgiving centerpieces that anyone can make.


27. Farmhouse Pumpkins

This year I came up with some creative pumpkin decorating ideas by taking Dollar Tree pumpkins and turning them into DIY farmhouse pumpkins. Painting pumpkins is such and easy inexpensive fall décor idea.

From: DIYWithMyGuy

28. Painted Foam Pumpkins

I’m in Fall prep mode over here, and I was craving a little DIY project! I had been thinking about my Fall color scheme for my living room, and knew I wanted to do buffalo check (shocker) but then I wanted to add in some pretty shades of a muted blue/green color. BUT…I didn’t really have a lot of décor that color. No pumpkins, no problem!

From: WilshireCollections

29. Fabric Tape Pumpkins

The brown gingham fabric tape I used in this post came in a 3 pack I purchased from Michael’s with a coupon, but I found the same gingham pattern, only in black available on Amazon.  Of course, you can always make your own using fabric scraps and double-sided tape.

From: MountainModernLife

30. Distressed Dollar Store Pumpkins

The drastic change for this project is really clear when you put the before and after side by side.

From: TheKimSixFix

31. Dollar Tree Painted Pumpkins

These stylish painted pumpkins are such a fun little DIY project, and are perfect for fall decorating on a budget. You can use any craft paint, but I decided to mix up some homemade chalk paint using latex paint, Plaster of Paris, and water.

From: Hip2Save

32. Paper Mache Pumpkin

A fun family activity for the fall holidays, a paper mache pumpkin is excellent for Halloween or Thanksgiving decoration.

From: Instructables

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