Transform a Dollar Tree Pumpkin into THIS with Spray Paint…
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Excited for fall decorating? Try this easy pumpkin centerpiece Dollar Tree DIY! 🎃
I absolutely love decorating for all the different seasons, but it doesn’t always make sense to spend a ton of money on seasonal decor since I only use it for a couple of months out of the year.
If you feel the same, let’s grab some spray paint and transform a few inexpensive Dollar Tree items into a chic DIY pumpkin centerpiece for your Fall table! This is a really fun project that will give those Dollar Tree pumpkins a shimmery makeover without breaking the bank.
I recently picked up some pumpkins and leaf garlands from Dollar Tree, and two of those pumpkin candy pails from the thrift store for just 69¢ each (you can also buy them on Amazon). My strategy was to spray paint all of the items the same color for a more uniform and stylish look – and I’m LOVING the results!
WARNING: Spray painting things is FUN and gets addicting!
A couple of tips when spray painting Dollar Tree pumpkins:
- Choose any spray paint you like, but I find that the metallic finish gives this centerpiece such a stylish look. I used this Gold Metallic Spray Paint by Rust-Oleum and I LOVE the results!
- I love looking for bargains at the dollar store and thrift stores, too, but you can save even more money by using inexpensive fall decor that you already own. This is such a fun and easy way to update and re-purpose any old decor you’ve grown tired of seeing year after year!
Spray Painted Pumpkin CenterpiecePrint
- Any fall items from the Dollar Tree or thrift stores (plastic pumpkins and garland shown)
- Metallic spray paint
After the paint is dry, have fun arranging and stacking your pumpkins on a table. Fill the larger candy pails will plants or flowers if desired. The plants pictured above are just inexpensive greenery found at IKEA, and I use them for every season!
I’m really enjoying my festive table, and I love the fact that it didn’t cost a ton of money. I hope you enjoy the results of this fun DIY, too!