Dryer Vent Pumpkin For those of you who maybe haven't see this industrial pumpkin before, here is what you need: Dryer vent (purchased at your local hardware store), orange spray paint, a stem (I used cinnamon sticks, but you can use sticks)
Choose your stencils. Visually map out your desired pattern and adhere the stencil to the pumpkin with double-stick tape. Dab a light coat of paint with a small brush over the stencil. Allow paint to dry before removing the stencil.
Owl Pumpkins Owl Pumpkins These owls are a hoot! Decorate white pumpkins with an assortment of seeds and nuts to create the noses and eyes. Add feathers for the ears. Use mini pumpkins to make a parliament of cute baby owls.
Lantern Pumpkin: Make a natural luminaria by carving long triangles into a pumpkin. A candle or LED light resting inside the pumpkin gives the look of a Chinese lantern. Rest the pumpkin in a ceramic garden urn decorated with fall leaves and berry vines.
"Cover a pumpkin with glue and epsom salt for a sparkle that's more classic-looking than glitter ." - Cute for mini pumpkins on tables and such. would also work on plastic fruit at Christmas time instead of glitter!
Metallic Leaf Pumpkins: Collect fallen leaves and spray paint them gold; let dry. Paint one pumpkin white and the other gold. When dry, use crafts glue to attach the metallic leaves to the white pumpkin, then arrange the pair together on your porch.