Learn how to make this white pumpkin & magnolia leaves fall decoration – the perfect fall farmhouse home decor for autumn. Affiliate links are included.
If you caught my fall home tour the other week, you may notice that the name of the game is simple this year.
With two little kids and a new preschool schedule that’s kicking my butt, I’m keeping it seriously simple this time of year.
That has carried over to my crafting, or, um, lack of crafting.
I made this little project in less than 15 minutes and for about $15. It’s SO SIMPLE, and it’s a fun unique little decoration that complements our farmhouse decor this fall.
It feels silly even writing up a “tutorial”, because it’s so simple, and I bet you can figure it out by looking at the pictures!
Here’s what you’re going to need:
- White faux pumpkin
- I got mine at Michaels
- Magnolia leaves
- I also got these at Michaels, but you can find them here
- Hot glue gun
- Sharpie paint pen
I pulled some of the plastic coating off of the magnolia stems, and I literally just shoved them into the bottom of the pumpkin. Then, I fastened them down with hot glue to make it be a little more secure.
I wrote “autumn” on the pumpkin (you can too – use this template for free here)
And that’s it! Super simple, super cute, and super budget friendly:
This will be our project for October’s “Crafting for a Cause” – if you don’t know what I’m talking about, check out our event on Facebook here!
Make sure you check out my super talented friends and their simple fall DIY projects next: