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Have you ever found something at the thrift store that you knew you needed but you didn’t know why yet? That is how I felt about this piece below. It has sat in my crafting bone yard now for a month. I finally decided on an idea and I think you’re going to love what I made, which is a pumpkin stack home sign! I call it a home sign, because it is shaped like a house!
Supplies needed for this pumpkin stack home sign
- House shaped sign or you could use a regular frame or canvas
- Corrugated scrapbook paper from Hobby Lobby
- 3 Styrofoam pumpkins from the Dollar Tree (DT)
- Pinecone scatter from Hobby Lobby (HL)
- Spanish Moss
- Miniature pumpkins – the ones that I used came from Dollar Tree and HomeGoods
- Paint – I used an assortment of acrylics and chalk paint
- Curly Twine <Learn how to make your own!!>
- 3D sunflowers from DT or HL
- Wooden blessed sign from HL
- Twig for stem
- X-acto knife
- Random leaves
Let's get started!
The first thing that I did was remove the sign from the frame. Depending on what you use for this, your process might be different. Then, I laid my sign onto my corrugated scrapbook paper and cut the paper with an x-acto knife. I had to use two sheets to fully cover my sign. See the pictures. Hot glue was what I used to adhere the paper to my sign.
Next, I cut my pumpkins in half with the x-acto knife. The knife did not go all the way through, so I ended up having to pull them apart the rest of the way. Then I painted one of each half a different color, that coordinated with my other fall decor.
The paint that I used for the largest pumpkin is Chalky Chicks furniture paint by 2 Chicks & a Toolbelt in Cancun Blue. I used Apple Barrel brand in Antique Parchment, with some additions of two shades of brown for the striped effect, for the middle pumpkin. The smallest pumpkin was orange, so I just added a layer of Waverly chalk paint in Pumpkin. To dry, I used a heat gun, which actually gave the top pumpkin an added effect when it started to cause the styrofoam to swell. My pumpkin was then warty! How fun! Lol
After my pumpkins were dry, I placed them onto my corrugated paper to see where I wanted them. Before adding them, although, I wanted to add the sign part back onto the frame. Of course, I had to give it a little paint job as well. I just wiped very lightly with the same parchment color to add some distressing.
First, I added my largest pumpkin to the bottom. Then, I added some spanish moss underneath it. Miniature pine cones were also a cute addition to this area of our sign.
More Spanish moss was added to the top as we added each additional pumpkin, as well as more pinecones, leaves, a sunflower, and curly twine. See the bag of mini pinecones from Hobby Lobby? Aren’t they the cutest?!
I continued to add additional pumpkins and pinecones. The top was finished off with more moss, a twig from our yard, a raffia bow and some curly twine. Last thing I added was a wooden blessed sign to the top left edge, after I painted it using Waverly chalk paint in Agave and distressing it with the parchment.
How stinkin' cute is this, y'all?!
Did you see the curly twine?? Have you made it before? See my video below to learn how!
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