10 Upcycled Pumpkin Projects Out of Unexpected Things!jentatertots
Why buy new decorations when you can make festive jack-o-lanterns and pumpkins with what you have lying around? You can use soup cans, Mason jars, soda bottles, wood scraps and much more to make your Halloween and fall crafts unique.
I found 10 great upcycled pumpkin projects you can make today … after the break.
Mason Jars to Pumpkins 1 of 10Done canning? Lost all the little rings and lids? Make these cute Pumpkins with your Mason jars.
Learn how at Make It and Love It
Turn old Glass Light Globes into Pumpkins 2 of 10Make these antique-looking pumpkins from old light globes.
Here's how: Hummadeedledee
Thread Pumpkins 3 of 10Disguise your sewing supply addiction by making these cute thread pumpkins.
Learn how at Mamie Jane's
Pumpkins from Scraps of Wood 4 of 10Boards would be better if they came in the sizes you needed. Use those leftover scraps from cutting it to size ...
Learn how at Eating My Candy
Book into a Pumpkin 5 of 10Got old paperbacks lying around? If not, make a quick thrift store or yard sale run so you can make these amazing pumpkins.
Learn how at Craftberry Bush
Pot into a Pumpkin 6 of 10Here's a great kids craft -- grab some terra cotta pots and make these cute jack-o-lanterns.
Here's how: Tiger and Lily Boutique
Soda Bottles into Pumpkins 7 of 10Make these cute, illuminated pumpkins from your leftover 1- and 2-liter bottles.
Here's how: Cassandra Likes
Glasses to Pumpkins 8 of 10Get some cheap dollar store tumblers or rework your mismatched glasses and make these cute, lit pumpkins.
Learn how at Funky Polka Dot Giraffe
Doorknob Pumpkin Patch 9 of 10Got some spare antique doorknobs? Pumpkinize them!
Here's how: Under the Table and Dreaming
Tin Cans to Jack-o-Lanterns 10 of 10Put those Spaghetti-O and Chicken Noodle soup cans to good use with this fun idea.
Learn how at Martha Stewart