12 Days of Christmas Ideas

‘Christmas Tablescapes’

It’s day four of the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series where we’re sharing some of the most stunning holiday themed tablescapes to dress up your table! 

 

1 Silver & Gold

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2 Feminine 

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3 Contemporary

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4 Farmhouse

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5 Merry & Toile

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6 Black, White & Gold

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7 Rustic

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8 Very Berry

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9 Sophisticated Plaid

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10 Christmas Tree Branches

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11 Beautiful Beige 

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12 Classic & Berries

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Take a look at ALL our Christmas ideas!

Day 1 Hilarious Christmas Party Games

Day 2 The Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts

Day 3 Christmas Decoration Storage

Day 4 Christmas Tablescapes for Every Style

Day 5 Christmas Card Displays

Day 6 Christmas Traditions

Day 7 Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas

Day 8 Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Day 9 Christmas Printables

Day 10 Make Christmas Magical for Kids

Day 11 Christmas Mantels

Day 12 Beautiful + Unique Holiday Wreaths

Join us for the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series along with eleven other amazing bloggers. We’ve rounded up the best of the best Christmas ideas to make your holiday season more festive and fun.

 

Every day December 1 – 12th we will be sharing a new collection of Christmas ideas rounded up from the best blogs around the web. That’s a total of 144 awesome Christmas ideas to make your holiday season easier and more fun! Some of our topics include Decor, DIY, Organization, Food, Games and so much more. We don’t want to spoil the fun by telling you too much. Being surprised is way more fun 🙂 . Now is the perfect time to subscribe so you’ll be the first to know!

 

Meet The Bloggers

Shirley of Intelligent Domestications ~ Erlene of My Pinterventures ~ Lindsay of Crazy Organized

Michelle of Our Crafty Mom ~ Stephanie of The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Lorelai of Life With Lorelai

Katie of The Organized Dream ~ Amanda of The Kolb Corner ~ Marie of DIY Adulation

Megan of C’mon Get Crafty ~ Sara of Twelve On Main ~ Kim of Made in a Day

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

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12 Days of Christmas Ideas

‘Creative Christmas Decoration Storage’

It’s day three of the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series and since I’m a sucker for great organizing solutions, I’m sharing the 12 Most Creative Christmas Decoration Storage Ideas on the web! There’s now NO excuse not to put away your Christmas decorations at the end of the season 🙂 . 

1 Christmas Lights

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2 Fragile Glass Ornaments

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3 Christmas Tree

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4 Labels

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5 Garland

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6 Christmas Cards

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7 Wreaths

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8 Wrapping Paper

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9 Cardboard Dividers for Ornaments

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10 Gift Wrap Station

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11 Egg Cartons for Ornaments

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12 Clear Containers

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Take a look at ALL our Christmas ideas!

Day 1 Hilarious Christmas Party Games

Day 2 The Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts

Day 3 Christmas Decoration Storage

Day 4 Christmas Tablescapes for Every Style

Day 5 Christmas Card Displays

Day 6 Christmas Traditions

Day 7 Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas

Day 8 Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Day 9 Christmas Printables

Day 10 Make Christmas Magical for Kids

Day 11 Christmas Mantels

Day 12 Beautiful + Unique Holiday Wreaths

Join us for the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series along with eleven other amazing bloggers. We’ve rounded up the best of the best Christmas ideas to make your holiday season more festive and fun.

Every day December 1 – 12th we will be sharing a new collection of Christmas ideas rounded up from the best blogs around the web. That’s a total of 144 awesome Christmas ideas to make your holiday season easier and more fun! Some of our topics include Decor, DIY, Organization, Food, Games and so much more. We don’t want to spoil the fun by telling you too much. Being surprised is way more fun 🙂 . Now is the perfect time to subscribe so you’ll be the first to know!

 

Meet The Bloggers

Shirley of Intelligent Domestications ~ Erlene of My Pinterventures ~ Lindsay of Crazy Organized

Michelle of Our Crafty Mom ~ Stephanie of The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Lorelai of Life With Lorelai

Katie of The Organized Dream ~ Amanda of The Kolb Corner ~ Marie of DIY Adulation

Megan of C’mon Get Crafty ~ Sara of Twelve On Main ~ Kim of Made in a Day

 

 

 

 

 




 

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12 Days of Christmas Ideas

‘Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts’

It’s day one of the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series where I’m joining 11 amazing bloggers to bring you some fun and festive Christmas ideas each day for the next twelve days! Make sure to check back daily for a new Chritmas topic filled with our favorite bloggers’ ideas! Today we’re bringing you the best delicious Christmas Food Gift Ideas!

 

1 Homemade Peanut Brittle

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2 Chocolate Chip Red Velvet Mini Loaves

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3 Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bundt Cake

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4 Dried Fruit & Nut Clusters

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5 Chex Mix Christmas Crack

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6 Maple Walnut Fudge Recipe

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7 Crockpot Roasted Sugared Pecans

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8 Double Peppermint Crunch Cookies

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9 Sugared Cranberries & Cranberry Syrup

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10 M&M’s Christmas Cookie Bars

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11 Candy Cane Pie

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12 Easy Peppermint Mocha Cookies 

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Take a look at ALL our Christmas ideas!

Day 1 Hilarious Christmas Party Games

Day 2 The Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts

Day 3 Christmas Decoration Storage

Day 4 Christmas Tablescapes for Every Style

Day 5 Christmas Card Displays

Day 6 Christmas Traditions

Day 7 Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas

Day 8 Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Day 9 Christmas Printables

Day 10 Make Christmas Magical for Kids

Day 11 Christmas Mantels

Day 12 Beautiful + Unique Holiday Wreaths

Join us for the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series along with eleven other amazing bloggers. We’ve rounded up the best of the best Christmas ideas to make your holiday season more festive and fun.

Every day December 1 – 12th we will be sharing a new collection of Christmas ideas rounded up from the best blogs around the web. That’s a total of 144 awesome Christmas ideas to make your holiday season easier and more fun! Some of our topics include Decor, DIY, Organization, Food, Games and so much more. We don’t want to spoil the fun by telling you too much. Being surprised is way more fun 🙂 . Now is the perfect time to subscribe so you’ll be the first to know!

 

Meet The Bloggers

Shirley of Intelligent Domestications ~ Erlene of My Pinterventures ~ Lindsay of Crazy Organized

Michelle of Our Crafty Mom ~ Stephanie of The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Lorelai of Life With Lorelai

Katie of The Organized Dream ~ Amanda of The Kolb Corner ~ Marie of DIY Adulation

Megan of C’mon Get Crafty ~ Sara of Twelve On Main ~ Kim of Made in a Day

 

12 Amazing Christmas Food Gift Ideas!

 

 

 

 





 

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12 Days of Christmas Ideas

‘Hilarious Christmas Party Games’

It’s day one of the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series where I’m joining 11 amazing bloggers to bring you some fun and festive Christmas ideas each day for the next twelve days! Make sure to check back daily for a new Chritmas topic filled with our favorite bloggers’ ideas! Today we’re bringing you the best FUNNY Christmas Party Games!

 

Santa’s Delivery Game 

The winning team will successfully deliver the most packages. Provide a large quantity of wrapped boxes and gift bags in various sizes with jingle bells inside for fun. No need for ribbon or bows.

Place a card table on both ends of the room. One will be the starting point where the packages will be placed. Select one person to be the hub manager. The hub manager is in charge of keeping count of the number of packages successfully delivered.

One by one, team members aka delivery drivers, will pick up as many packages as they can carry and quickly deliver them to the table at the other end of the room. Once there they will put them all down then pick them back up and deliver them back to the first table where the next member of their delivery team will then go.

Any packages dropped on the floor must remain on the floor and cannot be retrieved except by the hub manager who will return them to the starting table. As the competition continues, the later players will need to carry more and more packages. The team to deliver the most packages successfully wins.

 

Do You HEAR What I HEAR 

Requires normal Christmas items you will already have and ‘sounds’ like so much fun!

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3 Christmas Carol Opposites Game

A free printable from Crafting Chicks. You may want to pair folks up in teams of two and encourage a little friendly competition with this one.

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4 Holiday Family Feud 

Pinned thousands of times and updated with free printables, Holiday Family Feud will make your party memorable!

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Crepe Paper Christmas Game

You will be wrapping a victim, party guest in crepe paper to resemble either a Christmas tree, a snowman or a Reindeer.

Supplies

All supplies for this game are available at the Dollar store

  • White, Green or Brown crepe paper
  • 2 Hats for the snowmen
  • 2 sets of reindeer ears
  • Cheap stick on bows for the tree
  • 2 Christmas head bands for tree topper

One person on each team will be the subject being decorated with the crepe paper. Team members will wrap the subject around and around with the crepe paper until well wrapped. Once the wrapping is complete, top with the hat for the snowman or reindeer ears for the reindeer or the bows for the tree. The first team to finish wins.

 

6 Jingle Bell Toss

Jingle Bell Toss will be popular with guests of all ages especially those who love Corn Hole.

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7 Christmas Bingo

Break out some Kisses candy and grab these free printable Christmas Bingo cards!

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8 Kids Christmas Charades Game

This Kids Christmas Charades Game will entertain the children at your party or you could make an adult version.

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9 Reindeer Antler Game

This is a team game for those with a competitive spirit! You’ll want to repeat this game year after year for rivalry revenge!

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10 Stocking Stuffer Game 

The Stocking Stuffer Game can either be a team relay or a one on one competition.

You will need two Christmas Stockings, a bowl full of stocking stuffer goodies such as candy or Dollar Store trinkets and two spoons.

Hang the stockings. Place a large bowl full of the stocking stuffers onto a table near the stockings. Each player gets a spoon which they will use to scoop up the stocking stuffers and fill their Stocking. The first player to fill a stocking wins.

 

11 Candy Canes

The object here is to get as many candy canes onto the one in your mouth as you can hold. You could do this as a relay by picking up one and carrying it to a designated location or filling a Christmas stocking with them. Use your imagination.

 

12 Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt Game 

Begin this scavenger hunt about a week before your party. Set up a Facebook page for everyone to submit pictures of each item as they find them and watch the competition begin! You may want to give a nice prize to your winner for this one!

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Take a look at ALL our Christmas ideas!

Day 1 Hilarious Christmas Party Games

Day 2 The Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts

Day 3 Christmas Decoration Storage

Day 4 Christmas Tablescapes for Every Style

Day 5 Christmas Card Displays

Day 6 Christmas Traditions

Day 7 Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas

Day 8 Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Day 9 Christmas Printables

Day 10 Make Christmas Magical for Kids

Day 11 Christmas Mantels

Day 12 Beautiful + Unique Holiday Wreaths

Join us for the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series along with eleven other amazing bloggers. We’ve rounded up the best of the best Christmas ideas to make your holiday season more festive and fun.

Every day December 1 – 12th we will be sharing a new collection of Christmas ideas rounded up from the best blogs around the web. That’s a total of 144 awesome Christmas ideas to make your holiday season easier and more fun! Some of our topics include Decor, DIY, Organization, Food, Games and so much more. We don’t want to spoil the fun by telling you too much. Being surprised is way more fun 🙂 . Now is the perfect time to subscribe so you’ll be the first to know!

Meet The Bloggers

Shirley of Intelligent Domestications ~ Erlene of My Pinterventures ~ Lindsay of Crazy Organized

Michelle of Our Crafty Mom ~ Stephanie of The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Lorelai of Life With Lorelai

Katie of The Organized Dream ~ Amanda of The Kolb Corner ~ Marie of DIY Adulation

Megan of C’mon Get Crafty ~ Sara of Twelve On Main ~ Kim of Made in a Day

 

 

 

 

 





 

 

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The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

At the end of each year, I organize all my Christmas decorations in to perfectly labeled bins, while my stacks of Christmas lights are a disaster. After spending hours putting away the rest of our decorations, inevitably I get too frustrated with the lights and just throw the tangled mess of lights in the bin claiming to deal with it ‘next year’.

Fast forward to next year when I’m putting up the Christmas lights. Not only do I NOT know which lights are which type (colored, white, icicle), it takes hours to untangle all the strands. And this is all before I even hang up a single light! For those of you who love to have Christmas lights hung around your home, you know that hanging them up is no easy feat.

So to make things easier for the NEXT YEAR, create these simple Christmas Light Storage Organizers.

Easy to Store Christmas Light Organizers

Supplies

The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

Instructions

Since all my Christmas light organizers will go into a large plastic bin, my first step was to measure the bin. I can then determine the appropriate size organizers.

The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

My bin measured 22 by 17 inches, so I opted to have two rows of cardboard organizers (each individually measuring at 19 by 7 inches).

The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

With my measurements, I’m able to get 4 Christmas light organizers out of each piece of cardboard. Since the cardboard is really thick, I used my cutting machine to cut the pieces, but a strong scissor will also work.

Once your pieces are cut, you’ll want to make small grooves along one side of the cardboard strips to hold the lights. I prefer to use scissors, as opposed to my rotary tools, to cut the grooves.

I made 9 grooves in each cardboard piece, 2 inches deep and spaced out 2 inches apart. Depending on your cardboard size, the number of grooves you opt to have may different. Don’t worry about exact measurements on this part. It doesn’t need to be perfect, as I just eyeballed mine. For each groove, I cut out a tiny silver of the cardboard so that the lights have enough room to loop around it.

The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

I counted and sorted all my strands of lights based on color (white or multi-colored) and type (icicle or regular) so that I knew how to label the organizers.

Then I was ready to label each organizer appropriately. I used a thick black marker to write on the top of the cardboard on both sides, but you could use labels as well. (I got a little lazy 🙂 .)

You’ll definitely appreciate having your Christmas lights labeled each year when you go to hang them up!

The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

Pro tip: label the cardboard BEFORE you wrap the lights around it.

I wrapped my lights around each groove twice before moving on to the next groove, but yours will depend on the length of your lights and cardboard.

The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!
The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

Now just toss these in your storage bin for next year. I was amazing how much extra space I now had in my bins. (Right in time to stock up on all those left over Christmas decorations on clearance 🙂 .)

The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

You’ll  have no excuse next year not to put up all our Christmas lights!


The BEST way to store and organize Christmas lights!

 

 

 

 




 

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Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

A beautifully decorated table is such an easy way to spruce up the home for Christmas. I like to keep ours festive but with more neutral colors that go with our style of our home. Designing a Christmas oriented tablescape allows you to incorporate items you already have in your kitchen with some fun additional decorations. The photo below shows you the items I stocked up on for our tablescape from Hobby Lobby. All for under $100!

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

I sometimes found that it can be overwhelming to figure out exactly how to style a table with decorative holiday pieces. There’s so many options and so much inspiration to easily find online. Yet, putting it all together can sometimes be tricky.Here’s the process I take to make my tablescape come together:

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

Step by Step Instructions to a Beautiful Christmas Tablescape

Table Runner

  • Place the table runner down first. I love the look of a classic white table runner on top of a dark wood table.
  • Add your biggest decorative pieces next. The tall silver reindeers really caught my eye at Hobby Lobby, originally $24.99 and on sale for for only $12.50. The larger and/or taller items typically look best in the middle of the table.
  • If you’ll be using candles, add these next. For safety reasons it’s important to make sure there’s adequate room on the table for any candles you want to use. You don’t want flammable decorations getting too close to your candle. This is just another reason I really love circular candle holders: they shield the candle from my other decorations. I bought them in two sizes, the 4 inch holders for $2.50 and 2 inch holders for $1.49.
  • Wanting to add a couple live plants, I placed 4 small succulents spaced out around the table.
  • Any greenery should be sprinkled around the table as a final step. I purchased a couple pieces of Christmas tree greenery, cut into pieces, and placed around the decorations on top of the table runner. Two large pieces of greenery were all I needed (at $6.99 a piece at Hobby Lobby).
  • As much as I love symmetry and straight lines, table decorations tend to look best when placed somewhat randomly on the table. I used this philosophy when placing the candles, succulents and greenery.

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

Place Setting

  • Once the table runner was decorated, I moved on to the place settings. Add the essential dining pieces: plates, silverware, wine & champagne glasses. I like to place these down first before adding additional decorations.
  • I found the most perfect silver plate chargers in the WEDDING section at Hobby Lobby for $1.99 each. Anytime you’re looking for holiday decorations, always take a look around the other departments. You never know what you’ll find!
  • Cloth napkins are used at my house … well once a year at Christmas time 🙂 . They’re perfect for elevating a beautiful tablescape. I folded the napkins in half and then in half again (think tall and long). Then I folded the length in half before placing on top of my white plates.
  • The final touch is to add the festive yet simple place cards. I’m not one to typically tell people where to sit at dinner, but thought these were fun and creative. (See instructions below)

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

DIY Place Cards

  • Wanting to keep with the tablescape theme, I incorporated 4 twigs of the tree branch greenery.
  • I used this template to create the place card labels with the names of those who would be attending our Christmas dinner. Printing on heavy card stock always gives a more sophisticated look. I cut the place cards to 3 1/2 x 6 inches. Leave roughly 1 1/2 inches from the top of the card to the printed name to make room for the twigs.
  • Make a hole punch on each side of the name card an inch from the top and a quarter of an inch from the side. This is important because you don’t want the holes to get too close to the side of the card because once you put the sprigs through the holes, your paper could rip.
  • Push the greenery through the holes. If needed trim any excess.

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

Step by step instructions to a beautiful Christmas tablescape

And there you have a Pinterest worthy Christmas tablescape!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

 

 

 




 

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At the time I’m writing this post, while it’s just the beginning of October, there’s only 12 weeks until Christmas! And I’m finally getting around to thinking about Halloween … costumes, decorations and candy! Each year, I typically only ‘think’ about Halloween decorations, rarely put anything up. Partially because Halloween kind of creeps up on me each year (no pun intended!), partially because I’m not a huge fan of the orange colored decorations.

While store bought Halloween decorations may stay loyal to the traditional orange & black color scheme, DIYing opens up lots of possibilities.

With the panic of knowing Christmas is on the horizon, I’m forgoing the time consuming and messy processes of carving my pumpkins. Instead my DIYing will only require some paint and these adorable tiny pumpkins I picked up at a pumpkin patch with some girlfriends.

The best way to paint & decorate pumpkins

All you need to paint a pumpkin is … PAINT. Shocker. But what type to choose? I tested out 3 different types and here’s my preferences:

Spray Paint | This was hands down my favorite way to paint a pumpkin. It’s really quick and goes on so evenly. I only needed one coat of black spray paint to get the job done. I was worried that it would be difficult to decorate a spray painted pumpkin with markers, but I had no such problems!

Paint Samples | My second favorite was using some old paint samples from when I was painting my walls. The paint was thick enough to also only need one coat. The paint went on pretty even; it just took a little longer to dry than the spray paint.

Acrylic Paint | The third option was probably my least favorite, although still totally doable. The acrylic paint wasn’t at thick and needed several coasts. It also looked more blotchy than the other options (although it could be user error 🙂 ).

Once the pumpkins were painted, I grabbed a couple permanent markers and a paint pen to make some fun designs. (I loved both the permanent markers and paint pens equally! I just used what I had on hand.)

Tip #1 | Make sure to always press lightly with the pen or it could scrape off the paint from the pumpkin.

Tip #2 | If you’re using a paint pen, remember to keep it wet. I continually pressed the pen down on a pad of paper after a couple seconds of decorating my pumpkin.

Tip #3 | Start at the top of the pumpkin, letting the design dry as you work your way down the pumpkin. This will prevent you from inadvertently smearing your design.

Now once you’re ready to decorate your pumpkins, there’s really no steps to follow. Simply find a design that you love and start drawing. You really can’t go wrong with these! And remember, if you don’t love the design you make, you can always paint over it (…. with spray paint 🙂 )!

At the end, I decided to add some glitter paint to each of the stems for some fun sparkle.

Not only will you have some amazing Halloween decorations, you can use the extra time to start preparing for Christmas 🙂 .

 

 

 

 




 

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I always see so many creative and gorgeous pumpkin decorating ideas on Pinterest each fall. I promise myself that THIS is the year I’m going to decorate for Halloween. Then before I know it, it’s already Thanksgiving and I’m panicking to ensure I get my Christmas decorations up in time.

Although I will not be CARVING pumpkins this year, I WILL make sure to decorate.

I found my top 10 favorite ideas for decorating pumpkins, big or small, with no carving required. That makes these incredibly easy with virtually no mess. For me that means NO excuse not to get in the Halloween spirit this year.

1 Copper Herringbone

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

No need to draw perfectly straight lines, as this herringbone design looks great no matter what your skill level!

Source: Lovely Indeed

 

2 Donuts

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

Some acrylic paint transforms these mini pumpkins in to delicious donuts!

Source: Studio DIY

 

3 Tragic Ice Cream Cone

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

Incorporate a little humor in to your DIY pumpkin designs.

Source: Martha Stewart

 

4 Gold Confetti

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

Just the right amount of glitz and glam! Perfect for a contemporary space.

Source: Homey Oh My! 

 

5 Nail Polish Marble

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

Pumpkins & nail polish?! Who would have thought?

Source: MomDot

 

6 Chalkboard Menus

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

Not just for Halloween … a surprising way to showcase pumpkins all the way to Thanksgiving!

Source: Better Recipes 

 

7 Modge Podge Confetti 

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

Modge Podge is your best friend when decorating pumpkins.

Source: Cloudy Day Gray

 

8 Sequin Polka Dot

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

Sequins is back! And it’s a perfect idea for pumpkins.

Source: Sugar and Cloth

 

9 Bats Flying Across a Pumpkin

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

Perfect decoration to your spooky Halloween party.

Source: It All Started With Paint

 

10 Painted Jewels

Love all these pumpkin decorating ideas .... especially #4!

You’ve finally got a REAL use for puffy paint!

Source: A Beautiful Mess

 

No more excuses to skip the pumpkins this Halloween!

 

 

 

 




 

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