If you’re in the mood for some glamor this fall, make some cute glamor pumpkins for fall, Halloween, or Thanksgiving. There are plenty of ideas for making glamorous pumpkins out there and we’ll show you some of the easiest and coolest ones that will delight you with the results. Beads, rhinestones, sequins, and many other pumpkins are amazing to add brighter and more glamorous to your fall or Halloween decor. Let us begin!
These DIY glamorous pumpkins are the perfect fall decorations! Best of all, no one else is going to have a pumpkin like these unique little beauties! The pumpkins are decorated with rhinestones, pearls and glitter, they are painted white and silver, although you can also try different pastel colors. Get inspired to make these blingy pumpkins and enjoy!
This is a beautiful DIY pumpkin that is more glamorous and sophisticated than gaudy. This pumpkin with black pearls will impress your guests when they come to visit for Halloween. The piece will sparkle and stand out, and your glamorous Halloween decor is sure to be completed and polished with it.
Who doesn’t like a little bling ?! Add glamor and elegance to your decoration repertoire this Halloween by decorating your pumpkin with a beautiful jewelry chain. Take pearl necklaces and cover all or part of the pumpkins with a hot glue gun. Such a simple and fun craft and such a cool glamorous touch for your space!
Make a colorful pumpkin for Halloween decorating it with different letters from sequins. Make as many as you want and recreate all the words and patterns you want. Add bold blooms to your pumpkins to create a glowing Halloween centerpiece with a touch of glamor. Enjoy!
Looking for some fun and glamorous Halloween decor? Opt for these white and gold pumpkins with a touch of sheen and polka dots that look practically like a disco ball. Use the white plastic pumpkins from craft stores so you only have to apply sequins once and enjoy them for a few more years. Such a simple and cute project to add a touch of glamor to your decor!
This craft is glamorous and modern and very untraditional: this is a black and white pumpkin made from mason jar rings! This tutorial will teach you how to make a pumpkin with mason jar rings, then paint it black and white, and apply rhinestones, sequins, or whatever else you like. Bring glamor to the decor with such cool and unusual pumpkins!
Who could believe that ordinary toilet paper rolls can be turned into such glamorous and cool pumpkins? Make some pumpkins out of toilet paper rolls and cover the pumpkins with colored glitter of your choice. Add small pieces of wood to make the pumpkins look more natural. Let them sparkle in your place!
Metallic accents are very popular for decorations, and this tutorial will help you rock it this Halloween! It’s a decorative thumbtack pumpkin that only needs two items to add a fun and festive touch to your table. This little pumpkin took 700 tacks, but depending on how tightly you overlap your tacks, you may need more or less. Get smart!
In need of a cool and simple fall centerpiece? Make a cool pumpkin that’s partially covered in gold glitter – so cool and easy! This project doesn’t take up a lot of space and is sure to add a touch of glitter and glamor to your table.
Shabby chic and vintage-inspired, a kind of rusty decor is extremely popular today as old times have their own unique charm that leaves a lasting impression. Designers create adorable shabby chic and only vintage interiors, filling them with gorgeous worn furniture, textures and accessories, and many of us are following the trend too. There are several techniques that can be used to achieve an aging look: patina paint, aging and weathering solutions for wood and metal, and whitewash for all types of surfaces.
Whitewash is the most popular idea as it is incredibly easy to implement and there is no shabby chic interior without shabby whitewashed parts or surfaces. If you have brick or faux brick walls or a fireplace, whitewashing is pretty easy and only necessary for you. We're going to show you some guides on how to do this.
First, cover any floor space around your brick with tape, paper, or whatever, or you will get whitewashed flooring too. Mix up your whitewash. For the first layer, mix 1 cup of latex paint (eggshell or satin gloss) with 1 cup of water. Just dip the tip of your brush (1 / 4-1 / 2 in.) Into the whitewash, blot the paint over a brick, and blot it off. Then, twirl them and work them into the nooks and crannies. In a few minutes the whitewash penetrates the brick and appears more translucent. If you really think you've put too much paint on, you can blot the paint off with a rag or add a little more water to the solution. For your 2nd layer, the ratio of whitewash should be 1 cup of paint: 2/3 cup of water. Apply the 2nd layer only to the areas that need it. Voila! You can find more tutorials and ideas below.