Changing the look of a thrift store find pumpkin into a pretty farmhouse half pumpkin wall hanging is an easy project that only takes minutes.
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I’m happy to again join the monthly Thrift Store Challenge group! Each month participants are challenged to:
- Upcycle an item(s) from a thrift store, resale store, or garage sale into a new piece of decor.
- There’s no monthly theme.
- There’s no budget to stick to.
Our Thrift Store Upcycle group of bloggers is looking to expand — and we need your help! Why not consider joining in our thrift store upcycle challenge on the last Thursday of each month? Make some friends while having fun and share your love of DIY with the world. It’s a win-win! Sound like something you’d be interested in? Just leave a comment at the end of this post with your blog name and someone will get back to you right away. We can’t wait to meet you!
Meet the Hosts!
Farmhouse Pumpkin Door Decor
I’ve made two other farmhouse pumpkin projects with the same color scheme for Gloria for this season.
This Dollar Store Pumpkin Wall Art Makeover was an easy and budget friendly way to get a farmhouse look starting with a $1.00 item from Dollar Tree.
This farmhouse style pumpkin was a makeover for a pumpkin I found at my local Goodwill.
For this month’s thrift store challenge, I decided to make one more gray and white farmhouse pumpkin decor piece. I found this orange half pumpkin at Goodwill last year and used it with some Halloween decor.
For a new look, first the half pumpkin was painted with gray chalk paint and the stem got a coat of white chalk paint.
To have it match the other two farmhouse pumpkin projects I’ve made I wanted to add thin white lines. I tried using a tiny paint brush, but I couldn’t keep the paint from being too wide. I opted to use a white coloring pencil. It worked great.
After the lines were added, I used clear varnish to protect the paint.
The fun part is adding the embellishments. I pulled some greenery from some floral sprigs to use around the stem of the pumpkin.
They are hot glued in place at the base of the stem.
I tied a simple bow using lace ribbon and hot glued that to the center of the stems.
This is such a simple makeover, but I love how it turned out. It’s a reminder that when you spot something at a thrift store for a great price, buy it! It’s easy to use paint to turn it into a piece that you’ll love.
Supply List for Hanging Half Pumpkin Makeover
- Thrift Store Find Half Pumpkin
- Gray Chalk Paint
- White Coloring Pencil
- Clear Varnish
- Greenery Sprigs
- Lace Ribbon
- Hot Glue
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Half Pumpkin Wall Hanging in Farmhouse Style
If you love to upcycle thrift store finds, I think you’ll enjoy these!
Starfish Design Coffee Table Tray
Recipe Holder from a Thrift Store Find
Farmhouse Candle Holders Makeover
Starfish Wall Art
Table Top Clock Makeover
Coastal Welcome Sign Using Cricut
Chalk Painted Jewelry Box Makeover
Check out how the other hosts met this month’s challenge!
Beverly shares easy, inexpensive craft tutorials, diy projects for the home, coastal decor projects, & thrift store find makeover projects all designed to help you create a beautiful home on a budget.