Here’s an easy Thanksgiving centerpiece idea that I originally wrote for Pretty Providence. These faux pumpkins are from The Dollar Store and this project cost me a total of 3 bucks (I already had the glitter, Mod Podge and tea lights)! These glittered candle pumpkins are quick and easy to do. You still have time to make these before Thanksgiving dinner! A perk of Turkey Day crafting is that pumpkins are on major clearance right now because they are clearing the shelves for Christmas! If you are looking for a craft to do with the kiddos, check out my turkey handprint shirt tutorial.
Fake Pumpkin (I found mine at the Dollar Store)
Mod Podge Clear Acrylic Sealer
Tea Light Candle
Step 1: Cut a circle, slightly smaller than the tea light candle, around the stem of the pumpkin. Remove the stem.
Step 2: Apply glitter, in patches, to the pumpkin using a foam brush and Mod Podge. Allow to dry.
Step 3: Spray a coat of Mod Podge Clear Sealer over the entire pumpkin. If you don’t have the sealer spray, you could brush another coat of regular Mod Podge over the glitter. This will prevent glitter from getting everywhere.
Step 4: Stick the tea light candles inside the pumpkins. Use as a centerpiece or place on top of a candle holder and display on your fireplace mantel.
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