Rustic DIY Wooden Pumpkin Project

Momee Friend, Jessica has gotten very crafty for the fall! We love all of her latest creations.

I love that this project can be used as scene setter or you can add a name tag to each one for your Thanksgiving table.

Jessica says, “Omg guys, I loved making these! This was a 10 minute project, and I’m talking 10 minutes from getting all my supplies out to having them displayed. I actually wish it had taken a bit longer, but now I have time to work on the next DIY project I’m going to share with you all!”

The supplies for this are:
– Round-ish wood slices
– Wine cork
– Orange acrylic paint
– brown paper gift bag filler (twine or hay will
work here too)


– Paint one side of the wood slices orange. I liked leaving a little border of the wood showing

– Let it dry, mine took about 3 minutes

– Figure out which side is the top and hot glue a few strands of the gift bag filler, or whatever you are using to the top

– Hot glue the cork on top of the gift bag filler to make the stem. My pumpkins are on the smaller side, so I cut 1 cork into 3 pieces.

*If you make your own, be sure to share a pic! We’d all love to see how they come out!*


My name is Jessica and I am a wife, mom, and wellness coach. I love keeping my family healthy and happy and my passion is sharing my family friendly recipes and workout tips with all of you. If you enjoyed this DIY project please follow me on Facebook at

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