{Pumpkin Features from the Great Pumpkin Party}

{Pumpkin Features from the Great Pumpkin Party}

Can you believe September has come to an end?!  Hopefully the weather is cooling off in your neck of the woods (it has a little bit here in Georgia, but we still have the occasional hot afternoon).  I wanted to take a moment to feature some of my favorite projects from…

The Great Pumpkin Party

If you remember, this was a month long link party that I hosted with Happy Hour Projects and One Artsy Mama for anything and everything PUMPKIN!

Here are some of my favorites:

{Pumpkin Wreath} from Tales of the Scotts

I love that this is made out of felt!  Eva is right, it’s so versatile, colorful, and cheap!  It makes decorating on a budget look good!

{Fall Shabby Pumpkin} from Sarah Dawn Designs

Yes, that pumpkin is made from a roll of toilet paper covered in jute twine!  I bet you have everything you need to make that little cutie already, too!

{Pumpkin Totem} from Mollie’s Mom

What a great idea!  Use old burner covers, paint can lids, or pizza pans to create super cute and unique pumpkin faces!  Attach three or more vertically, and presto…an instant Pumpkin Totem, perfect for your front porch or entryway!

{Pumpkin Spice Latte} from Crafty Confessions of a Stay at Home Mommy

Yes, I’m guilty of having bought a few pumpkin spice lattes already this  month at Starbucks.  No, I do not like the price one bit!  Macy has a much more affordable (not to mention lower calorie) version!  She uses pumpkin spice kisses!  Have you ever seen these at the store!?  they are delish!!

{Glittered Pumpkins} from Thrifty Crafty Girl

Use some good ole’ Elmer’s school glue and fall colored glitters to make pumpkins pop this season!  L-O-V-E!!

All projects linked up to the Great Pumpkin Party are now conveniently located in my {Holiday Ideas} menu.  You can click back there all season long to get some pumpkin inspiration!  After all, pumpkin decor, recipes, and crafts can be used through Thanksgiving!

Enjoy {and thanks for linking up with us this year}!

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About Meredith Hazel

Meredith is a stay at home mom and has been blogging since 2012. She started Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home as a creative outlet in between nap times for her little one. Wait 'Til Your Father gets home is a combination of crafting tutorials, DIY projects, recipes and, sharing some of life's journey along the way.

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  1. Thanks so much for featuring my Pumpkin Wreath!!!

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