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9/10/2009

Twinkle Twinkle Little Pumpkins

*sigh*

image from Martha Stewart

So pretty! And you even get to use power tools! A drill bit makes for easy hole making for these perfectly celestial twinkling star pumpkins.

15 comments:

Angie said...

I do something similar with those pumpkins you buy at Michaels. A small string of Christmas lights and a pumpkin that never rots once it is cut makes for affordable decorations you get use over and over again.

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

I am in love with those "polka dot" pumpkins. So pretty! :) Thanks for the visit.

Jennifer Richins said...

When I saw another Halloween post I wasn't all that excited...UNTIL I saw how cute the twinkinling pumpkins are. Very cute.

alicia@thrifty and chic motif said...

ooo. i absolutely love this!

Mommys Online Garage Sale said...

I buy one of those plastic pumpkins drill holes in the top and put lollipops in them.

Kristina P. said...

These are awesome! How could you not be in love with Martha.

Erin said...

i adore these!

Ruth Ann said...

So beautiful! I read in a magazine that you drill holes and insert marbles! Wonder if you can use light brite pegs? Thanks for sharing, you always find such great ideas! Have a great day!

Lorie said...

Marbles and light bright pegs are a good idea. They just put a string of Christmas lights inside and poked the lights in each hole.

Kacey R. said...

Sooooo pretty! I can't wait to carve a pumpkin and go tot the pumpkin patch!!!

Jennifer said...

I love this idea. So pretty!

TRICIA @boutellefamilyzoo said...

Gorgeous! Although a little word of advice, make sure you use a good quality drill, and good quality drill bit. I burnt out my husbands' drill a few years ago doing this very project! Oops. It took me a couple of years to get drill priveleges back. ;)

Sherrie said...

Those are so cool!

Michelle said...

That would be the perfect thing to do to those fake foam pumpkins.

Penelope said...

Australia doesn't celebrate Halloween...but I'm willing to make an exception with these pumpkins!