Pressed for time to decorate your Halloween-themed tables? Working on a tight budget? Or just want to keep things simple? Well, you’re in luck. With just a stylish, eye-catching pumpkin centerpiece as your focal point, you’ll have your All Hallow’s Eve look in a snap! And that look can range from rustic to modern to vintage to whimsical to elegant.
Check Out These Amazing Creations
- A Muse Studio features a chic and simple way to decorate pumpkins. Simply add their die-cut butterflies and Victorian bust silhouette, and then embellish with accents using their onyx satin ribbon, sugar pearl stickers, and onyx glitter! What a breeze!
- If it’s rustic charm you’re aiming for, how perfect would this burlap pumpkin be? Available from the etsy shop of Donna Reyné (discovered via Behind the Stone Wall), these come in natural and coffee-colored fabric. Wouldn’t they look great as a grouping of varied sizes?
- Do you have bittersweet berries where you live? Then, make the most of them as natural accents for your centerpieces. Stylist and craft guru Karin Lidbeck-Brent shows how on her blog Your Cozy Home, with the brilliant orange berries looking fabulous against white pumpkins!
- These pumpkins in lovely aqua have just the right touch of bling! As seen on Refinery29.com and created by Anna Dello Russo for H&M! How gorgeous can you get when pairing these on a long table lined with glowing tea lights. Photo credit by Gabriela Landazuri
- Want a modern, edgy slant to your table display? These mirror-finish pumpkins are real showstoppers! Featured as one of 20 Halloween craft ideas on Inspiration for Home, they are actually DIYable using metallic paint or silver foil, plus some helpful tips provided in this post.
- So unusual! These should be displayed in an art museum! From the blog of Aunt Peaches, these “Liberace”-inspired pumpkins are decorated with colorful sequins, glitter, and lace. Amazing artwork, indeed!
- We had to save the best for last! Leave it to the ever-talented Sibylle of Funkytime to create these ombre pumpkins in hot pink. She provides a very easy-to-follow tutorial on making them using spray paint, cotton balls, and gloss enamel.
Wondering what else can you do with pumpkins? Share your ideas with our readers. Who knows you may have a crafty idea that nobody has thought of yet!