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Succulent pumpkin centerpiece

Fall Fest Activities

Fun Fall Activities
One thing is for sure—pumpkin season is here! Try your hand at our crafty pumpkin designs—some silly and some seriously beautiful centerpieces. We've included a few seasonal recipes and a blast into the past as we revisit a few crafty projects and recipes from previous fall events. Happy Fall!
Ice Cream Scoop Pumpkin
Watch our video for a creative and fun pumpkin project for adults and kids alike. What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Don't forget the cherry on top!

Create A Pumpkin Cactus
Darion shows us the steps to create this pretty, non-prickly cactus pumpkin. 
Succulent Pumpkin Centerpiece
Watch as Shawnee creates some beautiful centerpieces using pumpkins and succulents that will last through the harvest season and beyond.
DIY Fall Terrarium
Fall-Themed Terrarium
Cordell from our Folsom store shows us how to make a beautiful houseplant terrarium. You can create your own fall décor with fall-colored plants, rocks and accessories.

Q: Who helped the mini pumpkin cross the road?

A: The crossing gourd.
Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls
If you're still harvesting peppers from your summer garden, here's the perfect recipe as we move into the fall season. These will be the talk of the dinner table!

Recipe courtesy of FoodNetwork.com
Everything Bagel Pumpkin Seeds
Now that you've carved your pumpkin, here's a great recipe for the pumpkin seeds. A yummy snack that's filled with nutrients. 

Recipe courtesy of FoodNetwork.com
Pumpkin Spice Ice Pops
As we head into fall, we're still experiencing warm temps in our region. These pumpkin pops are the perfect seasonal treat to enjoy this time of year. 

Recipe courtesy of FoodNetwork.com

Q: Why was Cinderella bad at football?

A. Because she had a pumpkin for a coach.

More Pumpkin DIY Projects

We're highlighting a few of our favorite pumpkin projects from workshops and events we've hosted over the years. So much fun we want to recreate every year.

Q: What did the pumpkin say to its carver?

A. Cut it out!
Pumpkin jokes courtesy of countryliving.com.
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