Love it! So quick and so fall-ish!
What a great idea! How creative!
What a neat idea! Thanks for sharing!!!
so so cute! love this!
What a cute idea. I really like your topiaries!
I have seen these also and have been wondering how to do this..thanks for the tutorial on how you did it! they are beautiful!
Wow, they look amazing. I love the copper paint on the pumpkins!
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This turned out great!!!! GOod job. :)
Hollie these turned out great! I was in Michaels this evening but they only had large and med. pumpkins...no smalls. I love how your's turned out! You are all set for fall and Halloween!Susan
Those look FABULOUS! I love them!
I have to make these to match my shimmery wreath!!! Love it!
yea..I'm totally stealing thi
I have always wanted to try these too, but I was thinking of real pumpkins and never got any farther. The funkins are the perfect solution. I just love how it turned out! I just started a Fall Linky Party every Thursday on my blog. Please stop by and link-up this great project!
I love it! And they won't rot.
What a great craft!! I may have to do this! Nice job!
Those turned out great! I bought the same pumpkins. I am doing something really similar to them this weekend.
I love them! I'm go to attempt it myself, but what exactly is in the planters/bottom to hold the pumpins up? That's the only part I'm not "seeing".....THANKS!
Gorgeous! They look expensive & professional!
This is gorgeous!!!
I have to tell you that you totally inspired my weekend project! If you get a chance hop over and check it out!
I love it! I plan on making one to use as my fall address marker by adding my address to them (one number per pumpkin)
Can you tell me what color your front door is? Love it!!!
I LOVED your pumpkin topiaries and featured them here. So clever!
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