Fall is my favorite time of year and the colors that come with it. However, I love to mix things up a bit from the traditional fall colors of oranges, deep reds and yellows. Succulents have a fun color palette of sage greens, greys and blues. And by adding a little bit of sparkling gold, this DIY pumpkin centerpiece is going to make an impact for my “Welcome to fall” dinner party.
We started this pumpkin centerpiece project by cutting the top off of a white foam pumpkin that we purchased at Michaels and adding a base of golf foil. Both of these are such simple steps, and I think I will be keeping the lid of the pumpkin to repurpose this as a pretty fall container to hide a few treats. We then made a set of wool felt blend succulents with the small addition of adding gold glitter iron-on straight onto the felt before cutting the mauve succulent leaves. This added just enough bling!
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- White Foam Pumpkin
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt — Lichen, Fern, Shady Grove, Olive, Dewy, Robin’s Egg, Purple Sage, and Marble (or Dove)
- Glitter Iron-On
- Mod Podge
- Foam Block
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