Are you ready to think Fall with me? Are you ready for upscale Dollar Tree fall home decor diy? Let’s plan some fun versatile decor for our home. I have so many ideas. Usually the first place I like to decorate for new season is my coffee table so let’s make some planters that can also serve as a centerpiece. They will look awesome with flowers or succulents. I have made so many planters out already out of different materials depending on the season. You can can find some of them on my blog HERE or on my Facebook page HERE Succulents planter pumpkin diy is on my mind! I can actually think this project will make awesome Thanksgiving succulent centerpiece. How is faux concrete like pumpkin sound ? Dollar Tree fall decor diy is just about to happen.
Today I like to work on faux concrete planter project and guess what I am going to use Dollar tree pumpkin to make one. Are you ready for some concrete painted pumpkin diy ? I promise it is going to be perfect Dollar tree fall home decor diy
Supplies needed for faux cement pumpkin centerpiece
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Steps to make faux concrete like succulents planter
Painting white foam orange Dollar Tree pumpkin as a base is optional since we are going to be working on lots of layers of paint . I just had one already lightly spray painted on hand
- paint indents on your pumpkins black as it is shown in the picture below
As you can see some of those foam pumpkin are so close tougher but I actually don’t mind that. It actually makes this pumpkin look so real.
To make my life easier I decided to mix my black and white acrylic paint to get the shade of grey I like. My goal was to achieve warm grey. I promise i get that concrete pumpkin diy happening. It takes a hot minute to get where ai want
- paint sections between black lines grey.
- As you can see my grey coverage is not even but that was my goal
Can you already see faux concrete slightly showing ? What do you think about my concrete pumpkin diy so far
Faux Concrete planter DIY is coming together
- as the paint is still wet sprinkle little bit of flour on the sides of your pumpkin. Try to make sure that it sticks to it. Dry brush over flour with white acrylic paint in the pumpkin indents
- I absolutely love the way my pumpkin is turning into concrete. Flour gives super fun texture!
Use vertical strokes to paint multiple thin layers, leaving some areas without coverage. Instead of applying more paint to the brush, continue to brush to get the smallest amount of paint onto the pumpkin while building lots of layers.
Time to decorate now
I am super satisfied with my pumpkin so I decided to move into last step. Cutting out top portion of pumpkin. My faux succulents concrete planter is looking awesome ! Don’t you agree?
Little bit of my faux succulents I had on hand , some Spanish moss and I think I am ready.
Look at that shading on the pumpkin. Perfect Dollar Tree fall home decor ideas! Thanksgiving succulent centerpiece
I so think this tray will look beautifully with my succulent planter together. Another Dollar tree fall home decor idea
Time for some photos! I think I need to try my crepe paper flowers in that freshly made planter! Thanksgiving succulent centerpiece idea. Do yo like that Dollar Tree fall home decor idea ?
Make sure to check some easy napkin rings idea HERE
Check out this shading !! It looks so real in my eyes
FLORAL IDEAS ARE ENDLESS IN THIS PUMPKIN PLANTER!
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If you enjoyed this project you may like to check other decor ideas including fall below
If you like faux stone look. You must check this project HERE
If you into Gnomes you make like to check this faux fur idea that my daughter brought to you HERE