Creations, Holiday Pumpkin Patch

Do you still have pumpkins lingering around?  Don’t throw them away!


Just get out your spray paint~


Make a snowman!

pumpkin snowman

Paint some stripes and polka dots~

Christmas pumpkin patch

Now you have a little Christmas Pumpkin Patch!

Chistimas pumpkins 1

Sorry about all the leaves, they are falling like rain these days

snowman pumpkin

Frosty is sporting a bucket for a hat

pumpkin snowman 1

I added a little glitter spray at the end

pumpkin snowman 3

A Christmas ribbon for his scarf

holiday garden

and a little bling on the pumpkins

How is your Jolly Holiday decorating coming along?


I will be sharing with the fabulous parties and blogs on my side bar and:

Between Naps on the Porch

The Scoop

The Style Sisters

Posed Perfection

Mila’s Little Things

15 Responses to “Creations, Holiday Pumpkin Patch”
  1. Mary says:

    Your snowman and pumpkin patch is oh so cute Jenna and a perfect project for your paint brush! I love them mixed with your shiny large ornaments and bright festive bows! I pinned this to my ‘Just Add Paint’ board, love the bucket hat 🙂

  2. Lynn says:

    I love it! That’s really fun, bet the kids get a kick out of it:@)

  3. Rosie M. says:

    Oh, Jenna, you are toooo much!! I wish I had a third of your creative brain!! I was just getting ready to add my pumpkins to the “green” trash when I saw your post. I’m now on my way to get some spray paint instead!! Thanks for the idea. Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

  4. Liz Mackie says:

    So cute. Thanks.

  5. Marigene says:

    Cute idea, Jenna! Love the pail top hat…

  6. Christine says:

    omg how adorable is that???? I love it!!! what a hoot

  7. milamyk says:

    This is one handsome fella! 🙂

  8. Kim says:

    These are adorable! Someone commented on my blog that if you soak pumpkins and squash in a bleach/water solution, they will last up to 2 years. I wonder if you soaked them and let them completely dry, would they last 2 years after painting? Hmm…. I love the whimsy of your stripes and polka-dots. They look fabulous mixed with the jumbo ornaments!

    • huh, never know! I have kept mini pumpkins successfully one year, to the next season, but at $1 or so each, it’s simpler to let them go than try to find a place to store them! I was so pleased that so many of my big ones lasted through the season so I could paint them. I love to put jumbo ornaments in my pots because I can’t get anything to look good over the winter. The squirrels dig up everything!

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