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Easy Aztec Fabric Covered Pumpkins

Use a cool and modern fabric to make these unique fabric covered pumpkins! You’ll love this easy, no carve idea made with Mod Podge.

Use a cool and modern fabric to make these unique fabric covered pumpkins! You'll love this easy, no carve idea made with Mod Podge.One of my favorite DIY trends in the past couple of years is all of the different ways people are decorating pumpkins without having to cut into them and dig out all that goo. I’ve seen people use thumb tacks, paint, nail polish, and even old tights to decorate them and it’s all so fun!

However, sometimes I like to go back to basics with my crafting, so I decided to try fabric covered pumpkins with the most reliable craft product in my arsenal, Mod Podge, of course!

After applying some Mod Podge, fabric and a little paint to some pumpkins I came up with a super fun aztec variation that has totally brightened up my house!

I love this tutorial because the possibilities for colors and design are endless since any fabric and paint combo can be applied to the pumpkins to make them unique.

Here is how you make them:

 

33Supplies Needed: 

  • Small pumpkin
  • Mod Podge
  • Brush
  • Fabric (a light cotton fabric goes on super easy!)

331Directions: 

1. Cut fabric into 3-4 inch strips. Working around the pumpkin, apply a thick layer of Mod Podge to the pumpkin.

3322. Immediately after applying the Mod Podge press a strip of fabric into the pumpkin, working from the stem to the base and smoothing out any bubbles as you go. Cut off any excess fabric that may remain on the base to avoid to much bulk at the base.

3. Continue working around the pumpkin and applying Mod Podge until the entire pumpkin is covered and the fabric is smooth. Allow pumpkin to dry for 20 minutes.

3334. Once pumpkin has dried, apply another generous layer of Mod Podge over the entire pumpkin, continuing to smooth any bubbly places that might pop up. Let dry completely.

33345. Paint the stem of the pumpkin with an accent color using craft paint for a fun bit of added interest!

Use a cool and modern fabric to make these unique fabric covered pumpkins! You'll love this easy, no carve idea made with Mod Podge.So fun, right? I love the texture of my fabric covered pumpkins and especially love the pop of color at the stems. They are the happiest little cuties to see when I walk into my kitchen and they have given me a major itch to cover every gourd in site with the cutest fabrics I can find! So friends, never stick your hand in a goo-filled pumpkin again or risk losing fingers by carving that Jack ‘O Lantern! Hallelujah.

Use a cool and modern fabric to make these unique fabric covered pumpkins! You'll love this easy, no carve idea made with Mod Podge. Use a cool and modern fabric to make these unique fabric covered pumpkins! You'll love this easy, no carve idea made with Mod Podge.What is your favorite way to decorate pumpkins without carving them? How would you customize these fabric covered pumpkins? Give me all the ideas! And, be sure to visit us as we blog about style, food, and the things we love over at the Pretty Life Girls!

ox. Liz

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