Even though this month’s floral DIY is teeny tiny, it’s making me hugely happy. This one is such a simple, super-fast addition to a tabletop or party. They’ll literally take you about 5 minutes, and pretty much anyone can do it. Plus, they’re perfect for everything from casual every day dinners to jazzing up the table at your Thanksgiving feast. Let’s make some mini pumpkin bouquet centerpieces!
- mini pumpkins
- a few small fall florals
Trim the stems of your mini pumpkins if they’re unruly. Wipe pumpkins clean with a damp cloth and let dry. Then, using the awl, poke a small hole near the top of the pumpkin, angled slightly toward the center. Be very careful to not puncture through the bottom side of the pumpkin and injure your hand. It shouldn’t take much pressure. Once you have a hole, open it slightly wider by gently rotating the awl.
Snip one or two fall blooms so that their stems are just about 3 inches long. Insert into the hole in the pumpkin. Rearrange until it’s adorable!
That’s all there is to it! These look so, so sweet lined up on a dining table, or bunched together any old place. I love mixing and matching the flowers with some leaves, grains, and greenery, so feel free to experiment. Just a teeny tiny way to celebrate fall! xoxo
[Photos by Lovely Indeed for The Sweetest Occasion.]
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