As you begin to decorate your home for Fall, instead of just opting for store-bought decorations, unleash your creative side by doing DIY home decor. Whether you plan to invite friends and family over for a Halloween bash or Thanksgiving dinner, a fun and easy DIY home decor project to work on is a Pumpkin Succulent Centerpiece.
In today’s DIY home decor tutorial, learn how to make this charmingly sweet centerpiece.
DIY Pumpkin Succulent Centerpiece Supplies:
- A medium or large pumpkin
- Clear Gel Tacky Glue
- Tacky Spray
- Variety of Succulents (different shapes and sizes)
Since Succulents come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, it makes this project especially fun, since you can make your pumpkin succulent centerpiece unique and different. For this particular project, we selected one tall succulent, two medium-sized succulents, and four small succulents.
DIY Pumpkin Succulent Instructions:
Step 1: Spray tacky adhesive on the top part of the pumpkin, covering the full circumference around the stem, about 2″-3″ from the stem. This will act as the base to adhere the moss.
Step 2: While the adhesive spray is still tacky, adhere the moss to the top of the pumpkin, building a layer about 1/2″ to 1″ in depth.
Step 3: Using clear gel tacky glue, begin to adhere the succulents to the moss by gluing the bottom of the succulents. Gently hold the succulent in place for about 30-60 seconds, to help it stick better.
Since the succulents are not planted, don’t expect it to grow or flourish for more than a few weeks. To keep the succulents looking healthy, mist the plants with a water spray bottle weekly.
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[Disclosure: This simplified tutorial was modified from a tutorial that was originally published by BHG.com.]