I am so happy with how this Dollar Tree Fall Foam Pumpkin DIY turned out! My favorite part of this project is the mop strings. I just think it gives it such a farmhouse-boho look. I didn’t even have a place to put this when I decided to make it, but I absolutely LOVE mop string DIYs! If you look around my blog, you will see mop string projects EVERYWHERE!
I want to warn you though, this project made a big foam mess afterwards. But honestly, it was so worth it!
Want to see how I did it? You can watch me make this adorable Dollar Tree Fall Foam Pumpkin!
If you’re like me and wish you could decorate your house for Fall all year long, then this project is definitely for you! Don’t get me wrong, I love all things DIY, but Fall projects are some of my favorites. You can find so many more crafts on my Facebook Page! I go LIVE often with DIY projects and even have groups DEDICATED to DIY projects.
Remember, there is no wrong way to DIY, so put your own spin on this Dollar Tree Fall Foam Pumpkin! I’d love to see what you come up with! I have a free group on facebook where you can share your creations and get inspired by others too, it is called On a Budget Crafts.
Time to make this Dollar Tree Fall Foam Pumpkin DIY!
Alright! Let’s get right to it! (these are my affiliate links, if a purchase is made through one of my links I may earn a small commission but that does not cost you any extra)
The supplies I used:
To make a Dollar Tree Fall Foam Pumpkin, you will need:
- Dollar Tree Fall Sign Board
- Foam Dollar Tree pumpkin
- Dollar Tree mop head
- wood beads
- Black Paint Pen
- Grey paint
- Dollar Tree metal “Welcome” cutout from Fall Pack
- Black paint
- 6in burlap ribbon
- jute twine
- glue gun, glue sticks
- White paint
- heat gun
Remember to think outside the box!
Here are pictures of some of the supplies I used:
This is a sign that I got from Dollar Tree. I just flipped it over and used the back for this project.
This mop head also came from Dollar Tree. I took the mop strings and glued them to the foam pumpkin!
Here is the foam pumpkin, also from Dollar Tree. I cut it in half for this project.
It’s crazy how those simple, cheap items turned into something so cute!
I really hope you enjoyed this project, and hope to see you again soon! Were you inspired? I’d love to see what you made in my FREE Facebook Group, On a Budget Crafts.
Until the next time, #craftycrew!
XOXO – Amber
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