Repurposed White Pumpkins

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Repurposed pumpkins from wooden circles...

Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net

As you may know in the Fall I turn everything into a pumpkin.

Today I'm using the wheel from a redwood patio set. 

Several years ago I helped my Mother paint her outdoor furniture.

Today I'm using a similar wheel from a redwood patio lounge chair to make a pumpkin. 

I don't throw anything away!


Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net

I cut a piece out of the bottom of the circle so the pumpkin wouldn't roll away.

The stem is a piece of some kind of gourd that came in a bag of potpourri.


Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net

Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net

The pumpkin wheel needed a friend so I used a wood slice leftover from another project...

and guess what? 

It is also going to be a pumpkin.


Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net

I painted both pieces with Fusion Mineral Paint.

Leaves and tendrils are added from pieces of old pumpkins and green wire. 


Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net

Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net


Once again my Fall decor is a culmination of old repurposed pieces given a new life.

So much better than what you can buy at the store!

Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net

Repurposed White Pumpkins www.homeroad.net

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