Glittered Pumpkin Centerpiece – diy

This Glittered Pumpkin Centerpiece is so easy to make and is the perfect way to bling up your fall decor!

Here in the California desert, it doesn’t feel much like fall yet. So I’ve decided to celebrate autumn indoors with some fall decorations. This week I set out dress up the ordinary and make a glittered pumpkin centerpiece for our kitchen table. This is a pretty simple project you can complete in one an evening.

Supplies from Michael’s (unless otherwise noted)

-Decorative white pumpkin
-Krylon Metalic gold paint
-Loose gold glitter
-Mod Podge 
-Krylon spray sealer
-Martha Stewart Crafts pouncers
-Burlap
-Milk glass cake platter (Homegoods)
-Fall pine cone/pumpkin/berry vase filler (Homegoods)
-Green moss vase filler (I got mine from Target a long time ago)

This Glittered Pumpkin Centerpiece is so easy to make and is the perfect way to bling up your fall decor!

Instructions

Dip the pouncer in the Mod Podge, blot the excess on your paper and then stamp a couple of circles on your pumpkin. Sprinkle glitter on your circles, and continue around the pumpkin. I used the three largest of the pouncer sizes to create the look I wanted. While the glitter is drying, spray paint small pine cones and pumpkins metallic gold. Use a clean, dry foam brush to dust excess glitter off the pumpkins and spray to seal. Note: use Kraft paper instead of newspaper on your work surface, or put some white copy paper on top of the newspaper where you are working. I didn’t at first and I ended up with black smudges on my pumpkin. 

Glittered Pumpkin

For the burlap runner, I cut a piece from a huge roll that was left over from my son’s rehearsal dinner. On each end, I gathered it and tied it with twine and burlap fabric.

Fall leaves

Burlap runner

To complete my centerpiece, I arranged the pumpkin with burlap ribbon, moss and pinecones on the cake stand. For the final touch, I scattered the small gold pumpkins and some paper leaves I had kept from one of my going-away parties last year. My talented friend Rachel photocopied pages of a very old book and then cut them into leaf shapes.

My Glittered Pumpkin Centerpiece is so easy to make and is the perfect way to bling up your fall decor!That’s it! A centerpiece that will last through Thanksgiving. With one project down, I’m thinking about what fall decorations to tackle next! What fall decorations do you have planned?

xoxo,

Andrea Tabler | TablerPartyofTwo.com

 
 

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Comments

  1. Oh my…I am not sure what my favorite part is of this centerpiece, the glitter polka dots (genius using the pouncer) or the leaves…I just love it all. We would love for you to share with us at Party in Your PJs.

    http://www.thecookiepuzzle.com/2014/09/party-in-your-pjs-21.html

    • I JUST NOW found your comment in my spam folder! I’m a southern girl and we always say thank you to nice compliments. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by! I’ll definitely check out Party in Your PJs!

  2. Very pretty! I have seen these white pumpkins around more lately. I think I will have to try one with the glitter. The modge podge is a great idea!

  3. I am in LOVE! So many details that I just adore! Would love for you to join us at Motivational Monday with this amazing centerpiece and any other creative projects! (http://www.kentheartstrings.com/2014/09/motivational-monday-party-link-up.html)

    • Thanks, Cassie! I just stopped by and did. Love your MM link party. I ESPECIALLY love your wreath that transitions thru the seasons!

  4. I’m loving white pumpkins lately! Plus, you can’t go wrong with gold and glitter. This is such a cute idea.

  5. So pretty! I love the gold and glitter. =)

  6. I absolutely love this! I’ve been looking for ways to spice up my autumn decor and this might be it!

  7. love, love this glittery pumpkin! So cool and creative! Say hello from Wow Me Wednesday!
    Cathy

  8. Awesome! I have been thinking of using gold and white for my pumpkins this year. I do love the idea of using one big one in the middle too!

    • It really is! I did another smaller pumpkin and did glitter stripes down the ribs of the pumpkin. Super cute! Thanks for stopping by!

  9. So adorable! Gold and glitter are two of my favorite things and you totally rocked it with this centerpiece! Found you at Whatever Goes Wednesdays! 🙂

  10. It’s lovely! I have a little project to share tomorrow.Thank you for sharing and for linking up to the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. Watch for your feature on Monday xo

  11. SO pretty! I love the glitter polka dots, such an easy and cute idea rather than a boring traditional pumpkin! Love the little gold pumpkins, too! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Motivational Monday! Hope you join us again next week! 🙂

  12. This looks great. Love that gold glitter and it would look awesome as a centrepice.

    Thanks for sharing at Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.

  13. What a gorgeous pumpkin! I love the glitter!

  14. This is suuuch a cute pumpkin! I am sure that it doesn’t feel like fall yet where you live, but atleast you can definitely look the part with this set-up. I am pinning this pumpkin and may have to get my hands dirty with this DIY. Thanks for sharing! Stopping in from the link up today 🙂

  15. Love this centerpiece thank you for sharing today over on the Artsy Fartsy Link Up
    xoxo
    Ashley