Mixed Media Mini Pallet Pumpkin Art

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I just love pallet art, especially the ones with pumpkins!

mini pumpkin pallet art
Today I'm putting my own spin on one. 

I am whipping up some very tiny pumpkin pallet art pieces made with Jenga® blocks. (affiliate link)

pallet wood for mini pumpkin art

I began by staining the Jenga® blocks with an antiquing solution I made.

Next I used wood glue and a clamp to glue 3 of the blocks together.

When the glue dried I hand painted pumpkins on the front of each tiny pallet. I cut a 1/4 wine cork for the stem then added a tendril of wired berry from an old wreath. 

Mixed media art using Jenga blocks and measuring tape

To finish it off I added measuring tape around the edges. 

They came out so cute!! I think I need to make some more!

Painted pumpkins on mixed media pallet art


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  1. I think my favorite part is the twine and berries from an old wreath. Will have to remember to salvage parts off one in the future.

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