Flower Pot to Solar Pumpkin
I love fall, Halloween, and solar lights! Every year I want to make my walkway light up for fall and especially for safety on Halloween night when the kids are out trick or treating. I have come up with a way to merge all 3 of the things I love and make it functional for Halloween evening!
Turn your terra cotta flower pot upside down.
Place your solar light in the hole of the terra cotta pot.
Add a leaf or as many leaves as you want. Feel free to secure it in place with some hot glue or adhesive of your choice.
You can add some pumpkin lines to the back side if you want and let that side face forward for the fall.
When it’s October, you can face the pumpkin face forward. You have a nice lit up walkway for those trick or treaters!
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Another fun project that I could do with my grandkids. Chas, you are amazing. Imagine how happy they will be to take their own ‘pumpkin’ home to decorate their house! What fun!
You are just so sweet Linda – thank you so much. I love that you are doing projects with your grand kids – what memories you’re making!!!
Very Cute! I shared it on FB. Happy Halloween to come:)
Thank you Holly and thank you for the share 🙂
This is super cute and a neat idea in general without the pumpkin face. Love!
Thank you Carole 🙂 Hugs!
What a cute way to light up your walkway! Thank you for sharing with Designing You!
Thank you Trudy and thanks for having a fun place for all of us to share 🙂
This is so cute. I love clay pot crafts and pumpkins so this is a winning combination.
Thank you Debra, me too!
Very cute idea! I like how easy it is and not too costly!
Thank you Liz 🙂
This is too cute! 🙂
I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/
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Thanks for the invitation to share 🙂
what a cool project, I think I may do this with the grand kids. Thanks for sharing come see us at http://shopannies.blogspot.com
Thank you so much Angie, and love that you want to do it with the grandkids 🙂
Very cute idea. Like Angie, I think I’ll do this with my grandkids. They would love to see they’re pumpkins lit up beside Grandma’s sidewalk or on my porch. Thank you so much for sharing at Party in Your PJ’s! I pinned it!
Thank you and thanks for the Pin! I love that you are making things with your grandkids as well. Creating memories!!!
Such a cute little light! Thanks so much for sharing at the #happynowlinkup!
Thank you Leslie 🙂
There’s nothing like an easy peasy inexpensive craft. Thank you for sharing with us at Celebrate Your Story, and have a great weekend.
Thank you Sandra, and I do love thrifting and making things that are simple. Thanks for having a wonderful place for all of us to share ideas 🙂
Just letting you know that Two Chicks and a Mom featured your clever solar light at Funtastic Friday 147!
Thank you so much Donna!!! Thanks for having a wonderful place for all of us to share ideas!!!