Monday, September 26, 2011


Modern look pumpkin!
My daughter, Kim, picked up orange colored garments at GW and created some pumpkins for her Fall decor. 
They were having a clothing sale, everything that fits in one bag for $2.00. She went through and bought all the orange.
The one above was made from a colorful scarf and is one of my favorites.
I think this one is a man's polo type shirt.
She sent these pics from her phone and they are varying sizes.
This appears to be a man's sport shirt.
Kim did tell me this one is very large!

I Think this one is a woman's dress.

She gathered the fabric, with a rubber band or decorative fabric scraps, around sticks for the stems. They are filled out with plastic bags.

I think these turned out great. What do you think. 
Easy peasy, yes!

I will post an update when I see how she displays these.

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Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

They turned out great! I love using old clothes for fabric:@)

Grammy Goodwill said...

I wish I had that kind of vision. I imagine the pumpkins were all scratched, and she thought of covering them up. Then she also had the foresight to use stuff she had. Great recycling.

Terrie said...

So warm so lovely pumpkins !

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

Yes, yes, I love re purposing and they turned out so cute!

Babs said...

Those are so cute and I love that she repurposed the clothing and plastic bags for a great new idea.
Even though the pumpkins are orange, they're also "green". :)

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Cute idea and love the recycling also!

Dr. Kathy McCoy said...

What a great, creative idea! With no mess!

NanaDiana said...

Well, How cute are those? I LOVE the first one! Perfect looking and so much fun! xo Diana

Tracy Suzanne said...

That's a lot of pumpkins for $10.00. She did good!!! And you know how I love out-of-the-box creative ideas.

Hugs...Tracy :)

Cass @ That Old House said...


They are beautiful and WOW can't beat the price.
Smart daughter you have there!

Jenny said...

So adorable! What a great idea - I'm stealing it!

Just Jaime said...

Fun idea!

Suzy said...

How clever and cute too! I would never look at clothing and think of that. You taught your daughter well!

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