The Best DIY Boho Pumpkin Roundup!

13 October
I think fall and Halloween decor are a couple of the hardest to put a boho spin on, don't you? After all, I haven't seen much in the way of fall boho decorations for sale in stores!

Since pumpkins are easy to find (the grocery store has them, there are pumpkin patches, and you can often find stands on the side of the road selling them) I set on a mission to scour the internet and find the best boho pumpkin tutorials.

I bet you'll be as inspired as I am to get a big ol' pumpkin and get your DIY on!

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Henna & Wood Burned Pumpkins Tutorial from Free People Blog

These are so beautiful, I love the green and white pumpkin colors! For these you will need:

Source: Free People Blog

Henna Pumpkins by Stephanie at BABA Souk

Again with the non-traditional colors, love that! For these you will need:

  • Paint Pen
  • Henna motif pattern (link in her tutorial)

Source: BABA Souk

Pumpkin Succulent Harvest Decoration by Sara at Simply Happenstance

For this project you will need:

Boho Glam Pumpkins by Erica at Designing Vibes

What an easy way to give these a boho-chic spin! Nothing screams boho more that macrame! For these you will need:

Source: Designing Vibes

Kilim Inspired Painted Pumpkins by Jennifer Rizzo

I love these, you could use your favorite rug or pillow to inspire your design! For these painted pumpkins you will need:

Source: Jennifer Rizzo

Pumpkins with Tassels by Landee at Landeelu

These are perfect if you don't want to do anything to the pumpkin itself! For these you need:

  • Yarn
  • Beads
Source: Landeelu

Nailhead Pumpkins by Lovely Indeed

These are so cool and unique! For these you'll need:

Source: Lovely Indeed

Mudcloth Pumpkins by Amy at Homeohmy

Get out!! Aren't these cool!! For these you'll need:

Source: Homeyohmy

Pumpkin Lanterns by Natalie at Design Love Fest

Aren't these beautiful?! All you really need for these are the tools to hollow out your pumpkins and a drill!

Day of the Dead Pumpkins by JoAnn'

You could definitely do this on real pumpkins but for the amount of time that would be involved, I would prefer fake pumpkins so you can preserve your work! These would be fun to make with tweens too!

You'll need:

Source: JoAnn's
I don't know about you but I am totally in the crafty DIY mood now! Which one is your favorite? It's so hard to choose but I really love those nailhead pumpkins and the mud cloth pumpkins!


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