Simple Square Wood Handmade Fall Pumpkins

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Square pressure treated wood pumpkins

These pumpkins are made from left over pressure treated posts that I used for my grapevine Trellis. My husband cut 3 different pumpkins down to  3 different sizes. The pressure treated posts are already square so it is easy to cut a 3″, 6″ and a 8″ tall pumpkin.  The first set in the first photo did not get any paint.  Fun patterns of scrapbook paper came in handy to cut to size and mod podge on to the front, sides and back of the pumpkins. Add a dowel and some ribbon!

 

 

square pumpkins with scrap paper

Attempting to hand paint / stencil mine is no easy feat! They are definitely NOT perfect but I think that gives them character
Square pumpkins

You can do whatever you like with these! Paint, stamp, modpodge, stain etc. Get creative by cutting different lengths of dowels! add them to the tops of each pumpkin and embellish them with ribbon! Love how they turned out!

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