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DIY Reversible Halloween/Fall Pumpkin Blocks

I always get a little giddy at the first mention of pumpkins. I feel excitement building up inside me and that excitement must come out. This year it came out in the form of pumpkin blocks. So today I'm going to show you how this idea turned into a reality.

For this DIY you will need scrap wood, paint, wood glue and twine (totally optional.) We used 4x4 wood for the main part, 2x2 wood for the stem, and spray paint. You could use any kind of paint you prefer. I chose spray paint because it sprays evenly but still leaves details in the wood. I love that rustic look. I used Craft Smart paint for the polka dots and a paint pen for the detail work of the jack-o-lanterns.

I started this project with several ideas churning around in my head and I wasn't quite sure which direction I was going to take. That can be both exciting and nerve-racking because you aren't sure how it's gonna turn out. I was thinking a candy corn block or polka dots or ju…

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