Make a DIY Dryer Hose Pumpkin

       I'm jumping on the dryer duct pumpkin craze!

Orange and grey pumpkins made from dryer hoses


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

I began with this piece of hose/duct/vent (whatever you want to call it) actually leftover from my dryer installation. You can buy it HERE




Dryer hose from hardware store

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

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

Dryer hose made into circular pumpkin shape

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

Pumpkin shape with cork added for the stem

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

Coated wire wrapped around handle of tool

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

Top view of orange dryer hose pumpkin

Orange Pumpkin from a dryer hose

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

Grey Pumpkin from a dryer hose with yellow leaf


Pin for Pinterest with dryer hose pumpkins

Grey Fall Pumpkin from a dryer hose with yellow leaf

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

Orange and grey painted dryer hose pumpkins

Have fun creating!

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .

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  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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