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diy geometric pumpkins

We keep sharing bold ideas for decorating pumpkins for fall and Halloween, and today’s roundup is devoted to geometric. Geometry is a timeless idea and fits easily into any home decor, from boho to minimalist. Check out the tutorials to choose from!

Sometimes you just don’t want to carve a pumpkin. You don’t want your hands gushing in the pumpkin intestines, and you don’t want to almost cut your fingers apart with those little pumpkin carving knives that don’t do anything anyway. So this DIY is for all the loved ones out there who don’t want to carve fancy, golden, geometric pumpkins without carving. A gold pen will work just fine!

Here’s another geometric Halloween pumpkin – no more carving! These are black pumpkins decorated with orange and yellow glitter and some tape that you can use to create a geometric design on them. The glitter geometry makes your pumpkins brighter and cooler, they sparkle and bring a glamorous feeling.

If you don’t feel like painting your pumpkins, there is a faster, easier way to decorate them – vinyl stickers. Vinyl sticks so smoothly to the fake pumpkin that it looks like an intricate paint treatment. The vinyl makes it super easy to reposition your shapes as needed so your pumpkin looks just right! Put some geometric vinyl stickers on your pumpkins and enjoy the design.

These modern geometric glitter pumpkins are as easy as peel and stick! For this project, you will need pre-cut foam glitter stickers that you will glue onto a blue-green foam pumpkin. Create different designs and looks and try different colors – you can create these in 15 minutes and invite your kids for fun.

This stylish and colorful pumpkin is made from brightly colored handkerchiefs and the technique is decoupage. Recreate this geometric design or opt for your own by uncoupling brightly colored handkerchiefs on the pumpkin – so simple and modern that this pumpkin will definitely add bolder and cheer to your room.

If you love simple, modern and laconic designs, you will love this idea! These are bright, modern pumpkins decorated with simple triangles made of white craft paint. You can also paint the pumpkins white in half to combine them with triangular pumpkins. You can use any combination of colors to create a bright and bold look.

This is a carving gourd craft: take fake gourds and cut out chevron patterns using ready-made stencils. Once carved, paint the pumpkins in whatever colors you want and insert some candles to create chic, modern jack-o-lanterns. Such lanterns will serve you for a long time and will easily fit into any decor and interior.

Create this chic and elegant pumpkin with a bold chevron pattern in the fall colors of rust, brown, orange, yellow. Create the pattern with a chevron pattern and some colors and glitters for a real fall feel. You can use these pumpkins for fall and Thanksgiving decor – they’re a great idea for most decorating styles.

Here’s not just a pumpkin, but a whole geometric pumpkin arrangement in different colors with triangular patterns – all different, all cool, and all bold! The idea is simple: just spray paint or paint the pumpkins and add triangle patterns to them with washi tape – glue the pumpkins on and paint the spaces in between. This is absolutely not difficult, and you can create as many as you want for Fall and Thanksgiving.

Plaid is a very traditional thing for Christmas, I would say it really screams Christmas. Checkered textiles and bed linen immediately bring the holiday spirit into the room. But you can do all of this easily and quickly without looking for textiles - decorate your Christmas tree with checkered ornaments! Here are some DIY tutorials to show you how to make some.

Checkered scarves, skirts and shirts, checkered ornaments, signs and tents, napkins, tablecloths and dishes - let's go! If you're one of us, plaid fans, and want to add a cozy chic with this pattern, make these plaid ornaments. They are inspired by the Pottery Barn collection but you don't have to buy them, just make a pair! Just cut out a square big enough to cover the entire ornament. Wrap it up and tie it, done! Enjoy!

These classic crochet plaid ornaments are perfect for your traditional and rustic Christmas and Christmas decorations. You can make them in different yarns and hooks to make different sizes. Add a few embellishments to make them go perfectly with your style. These are so fun and easy to do, and they turned out very beautiful. You can also play around with the sizes by simply changing the hook size and thread.

Autumn and winter call for cozy flannels in red and green. These rag ball ornaments are so easy to make that you can turn several of them off in no time. Now you have trendy, rustic Christmas decorations! Not only are they quick and easy to make, but they're also very light, so you can hang them almost anywhere. You can use the larger size outdoors or on railing garland. The smaller ones are great for trees and flower arrangements.

Create DIY plaid ornaments using Buffalo Check using strips of fabric and straight pins. These ornaments are definitely easy to make and I love the elegant gold tones on the balls. These ornaments will make your Christmas tree super cozy and your room very inviting. You can also use them to create various displays and bowls with pine cones and other material.

This time of year, DIY Christmas ornaments are the best craft ever, but one that only takes 15 minutes? They know it has to be fabulous! Homemade Christmas ornaments are always unique and special, and make a fun Christmas project that the whole family is involved in. Make some paper ornaments because you can create so many different styles, change the colors and patterns, and usually also make a whole bunch of paper ornaments for a very low cost. These Christmas crafts can be made by cutting the paper yourself or using your Cricut machine. Read the tutorial and make these cuties!

If you are familiar with crocheting or want to try this, this is a craft for you! These cute crochet checkered mini stockings make a cute advent calendar! This item includes a free crochet pattern for the cute checkered mini stockings, as well as a printout for the small numbers (if you've decided to turn your stockings into a Christmas countdown).

Embrace the tartan trend with this cool project! Take some cardboard ornament shapes and cover them with scraps of checked fabric. Add a gold edge, read the tutorial and do it. The project is not difficult at all and you can invite your children to participate, be inspired!

If you love rustic Christmas decorations, these plaid and burlap ornaments will fit right here this holiday season. Using some styrofoam balls and a few tools, you can easily make your own! Check out the video in the post below for all the instructions and how easy it is to make your own Christmas decorations. Get inspired!

Make a super cute buffalo plaid ornament with a fun twist - it has a pocket! This cute little upcycled Christmas ornament has a tiny pocket on the front that is the perfect size to stash a mini candy cane, a note to Santa Claus, or a small gift. Plus, it's an absolutely charming gift card holder (if you don't have full-blown shirts from your own kids, you can find them at thrift stores or kids' consignment stores for a few dollars).

These are simple Christmas decorations made from wooden circles and plaid wrapping paper - this craft is cool and easy! If you're looking for ideas for DIY Christmas decorations, give these up a try! The ornaments are modern and simple, they don't look too rustic or vintage. Just sit back and enjoy your buffalo check Christmas tree!

If you don't enjoy working with fabric, if you don't want to buy plaid wrapping paper, this craft is for you. It will show you how to make amazing plaid Christmas ornaments from white clay decorated with colored pencils! You can create any plaid and tartan look and color that you like. It's all up to you. Have fun painting the porcelain and have fun!

Here's a cool glamorous plaid Christmas ornament idea - these glitter monogram ornaments on plaid fabric. The craft is easy, takes just a few minutes and a few supplies, but it does a huge impact on the tree - yay! Glitter immediately gives the room a festive feel. Have fun!

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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