This project is perfect for those who prefer Halloween decorations that are cute, rather than spooky or scary. It only requires minimal carving, and you could even personalize it to look like your own home! Because it isn’t spooky, you can also leave it up all through Fall to Thanksgiving.
Time needed: ~1 hour
A Pumpkin (I used a fake one, but you could adapt it to use a real one)
Cutting tool (I used an X-acto knife – be SUPER careful! 🙂 )
Black spanish moss
Card stock paper
Permanent marker (in a color similar to the pumpkin)
My paper gingerbread house tutorial got a really positive response, so I decided to make a Halloween version! This is a really fun project that can be customized with whatever supplies you’d like, and is great for kids, too! It is much easier (and less messy!) to make than a real gingerbread house. It would work great as a cute centerpiece for a table or anywhere else. Put some led tea lights in it and it glows!
Hi, everyone! In this video tutorial, create a pumpkin diorama with a miniature paper haunted house in it!
Pumpkin dioramas are very popular again this year and they are so fun to make! You can really get creative with these. If you don’t want to do any carving (or minimal-carving), this is a great pumpkin decorating idea!
Click here to view & print the pattern for the house:
•fake pumpkin (from Michaels, with the opening pre-cut)
•Xacto knife or scissors with sharp point
•card stock or construction paper in multiple colors
•hot glue gun
•black spanish moss (JoAnns)
•firefly lights or an led tea light (Hobby Lobby)
•mini pumpkins (Hobby Lobby)
•pebbles (from my garden)
This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.