I originally made these monogrammed pumpkins in 2010, and they’re still one of my favorite ways to decorate pumpkins for our front porch. I thought it was time for a little update to the instructions. They are SO easy to make, and seriously adorable! Plus, if you want to avoid the mess, these are a perfect alternative.
These are super cute not only on a front porch or lining a front walk, but also as table centerpieces, on your mantel, on a small table, or really anywhere!
If you want to be able to use them from year to year, use foam pumpkins instead!
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jute, twine or ribbon
1. Clean your pumpkins well, then dry completely.
2. If you have a Silhouette or other vinyl cutter, you can use that to cut out your monogrammed letters. If not, you can print and cut your desired letters on to white paper, then trace them backwards onto your choice of scrapbook paper, and cut them out.
3. Apply some mod podge directly onto the pumpkin, where you want your letter to be. Carefully place your letter onto the pumpkin, and press carefully with your fingers. If you have a curvier letter (like an e) this will be especially important. Then take your foam brush, and apply even more mod podge over the top of the letter to seal. Let dry completely.
4. Tie twine or ribbon on your adorable monogrammed pumpkins!
Some other fun Hallloween projects you might like… (click on the pictures to go to the post!)