Out with the old, in with the new! Turn something old into something new – create these beautiful fabric pumpkins with up-cycled old shirts and Dollar Tree foam pumpkins to spice up your Fall decorations on a budget!
Are you looking for a creative way to decorate your home for Fall without breaking the bank? Look no further than this easy DIY project that upcycles those old Goodwill shirts into decorative fabric pumpkins.
With just a few simple supplies from your local dollar store, you can transform dollar tree foam pumpkins into personalized masterpieces. Join me as I show you how to create a beautiful Fall centerpiece using just a few materials and a little bit of creativity.
Welcome to Day 1!!
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Today I’m sharing with you how to make fabric pumpkin using Dollar Tree foam pumpkins and shirts from Goodwill!
This project is extremely easy and costs around $2!
- Foam pumpkins from Dollar Tree
- Plaid and floral shirts (from Goodwill or your own closet!)
- 4″ wooden branch
- Artificial leaves (optional)
Let’s Make Them Together!
These pumpkins are SO easy to make! You can change up the fabric patterns and colors and make a wide variety of fabric pumpkin decor items!
Since I’m going for non-traditional Fall colored decor this year, these pumpkins match my Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall!
Here’s the line up for the entire 12 Days of Fall Crafts Series!
I’m hoping that you come back and join me each day as I share easy and affordable crafts for Fall that will look beautiful in any home!
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Day 4: Potted Jack-O-Lantern Mums
Day 6: How To Make Fabric Swag
Day 10: Scrap Wood Block Pumpkins
Day 12: Pumpkin Topiaries