Not to mention that if the weather is too warm, your carefully carved pumpkin literally melts on your porch. So I found ten ways that you can decorate pumpkins without carving them! You can use a lot of these ideas on real or faux pumpkins, but no matter which you use, at least there’ll be no guts and seeds on your table.
I have to start with my friend Kami (who is a paper craft genius) and her bat pumpkin.
I made these “eeek” pumpkins, also from No Biggie, last year and they were so cute going up on the steps of my porch.
A fantastic painted monogram pumpkin tutorial from The Butlers:
There can’t be anything easier in pumpkin decoration than creating patterns with washi tape from Real Simple.
Super dramatic pumpkins with rhinestone from BHG.
Thumb Tack Pumpkins! First, from Mom Colored Glasses:
Fantastic gold pumpkins from Madigan Made.
Lovely thumb-tacked monogrammed pumpkins from All in a Day
Using a great patterned napkin to decorate your pumpkin from In My Own Style.
EASY glitter pumpkins from The Shabby Nest
The Mama’s Guide to Halloween
Halloween can be busy. Halloween can be fun. Halloween can be extremely stressful. The costumes, the decorations, crafts, activities, school parties, trick or treating, kids safety, food, recipes,...we get it. You’re most likely feeling overwhelmed with this spooky holiday. We’ve been there before too. Halloween is meant to be fun for everyone, not wear you down with all the minutiae of the holiday festivities! We’re here to help! Here’s what every Mama needs to know about Halloween. The Mama’s Guide to Halloween provides Halloween tips, tricks, resources, recipes, activities, costume ideas, and more!