Easy, Jeweled {White} Pumpkins

Last year, I came across this post for jeweled pumpkins from Glorious Treats and fell completely in love.  Of course, I didn’t think I’d ever really be able to make these, because I have no artistic ability.  The extent of my artwork is limited to smiley faces with eyelashes. But, oh, how I wanted these jeweled pumpkins.

This year, I was in a particular national craft supply store and saw jeweled swirly stickers ($4 each) that reminded me the Glorious Treats’ pumpkins. During the same shopping trip, I also noticed that their white faux pumpkins (my favorite) were 50% off.  I was going to buy some, but they were all scuffed and banged up, and it didn’t really look like the scuff would come off. Plus, even at 50% off, they were over $7 (a little more than I wanted to spend for scuffed up pumpkins).  So I passed on the pumpkins, but just couldn’t resist the stickers–they’re totally worth the money for me to not have to figure out a swirly design on my pumpkin.

During another outing at WalMart, I happened across some extremely ugly faux pumpkins that were $4 and under (depending on size). I suddenly had inspiration–I bought 3 pumpkins plus a can of of $0.99 white glossy spray paint, and literally ran home to make my easy & cheap jeweled pumpkins. The thing is, for as ugly as these pumpkins were, I liked the stems a whole lot more than the banged up ones from the craft store.


This really was such a simple project. Tape off the stem, spray paint a few coats, remove the tape, put on your stickers.  And I LOVE the finished project! I don’t think I’ve ever been so proud of a project in my life!

The one bad thing about the stickers is that the jewels do fall off, so I have to be really careful them. But for a grand total of less than $30, I don’t really care.  And now I have beautiful jeweled pumpkins to pretty up my living room, along with my $1.50 silver glitter pumpkins from Michael’s, my $2.50 black glittery pumpkin from Target, and fancy Dollar Store white glittery branches (tutorial to follow shortly).


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23 thoughts on “Easy, Jeweled {White} Pumpkins

  1. Hello! Stopping by from Mommy’s Sunday’s Sweet Confessions Link Party – these are so cute! What a great idea! I’m pinning this for later!! :)

  2. Your pumpkins are gorgeous! I’ve seen those stickers before and didn’t get them…kicking myself now! I keep looking for inexpensive pumpkins to paint, but so far no luck this year. I have one nice size one from last year and want to add more. Sigh…I’ll have to just drool over yours for now 😉

    Have a great week!

    • Thanks so much, Deborah! Sad you can’t find any cheap pumpkins anywhere. That’s how I felt last year. Maybe next year will be your lucky pumpkin year. =)

  3. I am so tired of all the old fall decor that I had not even bothered to have anything but my flowers, but I so fell in love with this I am going to town today to make it happen. Thanks for sharing.

  4. These are so pretty, they caught my eye on the sewing barefoot linky party. Thanks for sharing, it is such a cute idea for Halloween/fall. If you get a second, stop by my blog.

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  6. What elegant pumpkins! I love them! And so simple. Just dropping in from Shaken Together to check out your pumpkins. I am pinning them so I can make them.
    PS I would love to invite you to share this or any of your other favorite posts at Freedom Fridays Blog Hop (no rules and is live all weekend) So hoping to see you (and your pumpkins) there:)

    • I’m so glad you like them, Evelyn! I’d love to join your Blog Hop; I’ll link up the pumpkins as well as my Halloween party! =)

  7. These are fabulous! Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. You will be one of the features tomorrow, so pop on in and grab a button. See you tomorrow. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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