Make a DIY Dryer Hose Pumpkin

7:25:00 AM

       I'm jumping on the dryer hose pumpkin craze!

Make a DIY Dryer Vent Pumpkin. Homeroad.net


I really didn't think it was possible to like a dryer hose so much! Not my invention but I just had to give it a try!

I began with this piece of hose actually leftover from my dryer installation. You can buy it HERE

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Make a DIY Pumpkin from this dryer vent

I'm telling you... it is beneficial to hang onto a little bit of  everything. 

I turned the dryer hose into a pumpkin shape and used hot glue to connect the ends. 

Make a DIY Pumpkin shape from this dryer vent

I cut a champagne cork and hot glued it to the top as a stem along with a clump of moss

Make a DIY Pumpkin shape from this dryer vent with a cork stem

To make a coiled tendril I used a piece of coated wire and wrapped it around the handle of a small tool. 

Make a tendril from coated wire

I used glossy orange spray paint on one of my pumpkins and matte grey spray paint on the other. 

DIY Pumpkin from a dryer vent

DIY Orange Pumpkin from a dryer vent

I added a faux leaf and a piece of pip berry to the top of the grey pumpkin for decoration. 

DIY Grey Pumpkin from a dryer vent



DIY Grey Fall Pumpkin from a dryer vent

These pumpkins are a cinch to make and the dryer hose is not expensive! 

DIY Fall Pumpkins from a dryer vent

Have fun creating!







                                    





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10 comments

  1. Love them! I haven’t tried this one yet, but they are adorable.

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  2. You are so so creative!!! Love those pumpkins!

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    1. I wish I could say I thought of this myself Holly but they were easy and fun to make ! :)

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  3. I have seen these all over Pinterest and have thought about trying them but have not yet..yours looks so good and I love the cork idea. Great job.y

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    1. Hi Pam! I saw them all over Pinterest too and did give it a try LOL... it's so easy!!!

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  4. And I thought I was out of the box with my bundt pan pumpkin...this is awesome, Susan! I love projects where you make something out of basically nothing! Great creativity!

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    1. Hahaha Thanks Lora! It is a fun and easy project that takes minutes to make.

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  5. The colors are great (that orange really pops!) and your spin on it with the cork, moss and berries is fabulous. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. Pinned! xo Kathleen

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