Happy Halloween! I don’t do a lot of indoor decorating for Halloween until a few days before the holiday. Most of my Halloween decor is outdoors. I’ve never liked the gory, bloody decor that seems to be popular with lots of people! I prefer whimsical and fun with a little bit of spooky or eerie! This Halloween Pumpkin Topiary is easy to put together and fits in with the fun Halloween decor.
To put this together, I bought three black pumpkins from the dollar spot at Target. I used a metal container that I recently bought at Goodwill and some ribbon.
I started by removing the stems from two of the pumpkins. They were easy to pull right out. I cleaned up this container to use as the vase for the topiary.
I needed to add some filler to the container and the most convenient thing I had was this empty spool of ribbon. It fit just right inside the container.
I added a pumpkin on top of the spool and added some purple tulle with a thumbtack to the top of the pumpkin.
I added a couple of strips of orange ribbon with hot glue.
I added hot glue to the bottom of the second pumpkin before placing it on top of the ribbon. I repeated the step above and added the third pumpkin. To finish it off my Halloween Pumpkin Topiary, I tied a simple bow around the stem on top.
Adding some of the purple tulle to the container gave it a fuller look. It’s just tucked in to the container.
Like many of our projects, this one was simple and budget friendly.
Three medium sized black pumpkins
Container for Base
Filler (I used a ribbon spool)
This will be a fun welcome for our guests on Halloween.
We’ll be sharing at lots of these great parties!
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