DIY Burlap Sack Pumpkin
It’s Autumn again, my favorite season and time to decorate the home with the cool colors of Fall to get ready for the up and coming holidays. I found this project on Youtube and I immediately fell in love with it because it uses a dollar burlap storage bag from Tractor Supply, my favorite store. My Mom used to keep potatoes in these bags when I was a little girl growing up on our farm in the Smoky Mountains.
This is one of the easiest crafts I’ve ever made, it just requires a burlap bag, from Tractor Supply, cans of orange, black and green spray paint, some batting, and a small piece of rope to tie the top. I actually did one and it was so quick and easy I ened up wanting to line my entire porch with them for my Son’s Halloween Party since it would only be $20 for 20 bags at Tractor Supply. They look so amazing as the guests arrived dressed in their cute costumes. I set up a hot apple cider serving table right in the middle of my burlap pumpkin patch you will be wishing Fall will never end.
How to Make A Burlap Sack Pumpkin
- a burlap bag
- cans of orange black and green spray paint
- some batting
- a small piece of rope