A like to add a little twist to my pumpkin decorations and every year I try to do something different. That’s the nice part about artificial pumpkins–you can reuse them and change them up year after year. This year, I had to try a lace pumpkin. I’ve seen them everywhere and love them! The best part–they’re cheap and super easy to make. Here’s what you need:
Needle and thread
Cut the legs off of the tights.
Place the foot of one of the legs on the bottom of the pumpkin and stretch the tights over the pumpkin.
Sew all the way around the edge of the stem. Pull the thread tight and tie it off. Cut off the excess fabric or tuck it in where it doesn’t show.
Tie a ribbon to the stem. If the stem is short like this one, use a little bit of tacky glue to secure it.
Your pumpkin is ready to display!
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