Now that Halloween and Thanksgiving are over, don’t toss those leftover pumpkins in the garbage. There are many things you can do with them to help keep them out of the landfills.
You can put them in your compost pile ( or a neighbors, if you don’t have one). They can be cut up to feed the wild life. You can sut out the seeds and plant them for next year.
They can also be repurposed into other decorations for the rest of the holiday season.
Laura over at Garden answers has this awesome idea to repurpose left over pumpkins.
Using just a few supplies she turned her leftovers into a snowman decoration.
Pumpkins leftover from fall decorations
Hand Pruners & Scissors
White Spray Paint
7/16 in. x 12 in. Drill Bit
1/2″ spade bit
3′ Bamboo Garden Stake
Glittery Holly Holiday Pick
Scrap fabric for scarf
Carrot for nose, gravel for face and buttons
Spring Grove® Western Arborvitae
With the air cooling down and the leaves changing colors, everyone loves autumn! Adding some Fall Appeal to your front yard can be exciting and fun. There are many things you can use to liven up the your place for the fall season.
There are plenty of artificial items you can buy in the store. But decorating with natural plants and garden items will add more flare to your project.
There are so many ways your can add your personal touch to your entryway to make it one of a kind.
Starting with fall harvest items like pumpkins, gourds, hay bales and corn stalks, you can really enjoy the fall season.