Decorating Mini Pumpkins

Decorating Mini-Pumpkins with washi tape is a quick and easy craft idea.

Today I am decorating some little pumpkins using decorative washi tape and scrapbook stickers.
I have a lot of scrapbook supplies from my scrapbook days (now I do a lot of it online).

First I picked up some miniature pumpkins from the market. These are so cute and easy to find.Β Here they are undecorated. After washing and completely drying them, I started to decorate them.


I just cut the tape and the borders to size and adhered them to the pumpkins.


Here is the after shot. Β It took me about 20 minutes and makes a great craft for kids and anyone really, that is not too messy (read paint, glitter, etc.) These make cute additions to your tablescape or mantle for fall.

Decorating Mini Pumpkins – Supply List

  • mini pumpkins
  • washi tape
  • scissors
  • glue

Directions: Wash and dry mini pumpkins thoroughly before applying tape. Note, some washi tape will stick to the pumpkins better than others. You may want to use a little glue on some of the tape. These are ready for decorating your desk, mantle or fall table. When the holiday is over, you can remove the washi tape and bake the mini-pumpkinsΒ if you wish.

Are you excited for fall?


I hope you enjoyed this simple craft idea. If you did, I would love it if you shared it. Thanks for visiting!

Want to decorate for fall on a smaller scale? Decorating mini-pumpkins with washi tape is fun and easy!


  1. Loving this!! You have inspired me to go to the dollar tree directly after work and try this out!! I have a feeling they will not be as cute as yours, but im going to try.. Im going to send you a pic!!

  2. CopperLeaf Treasures says:

    These are adorable!

  3. Very cute! Thanks for stopping by, I’ll get on my Fall decorating as soon as the windows are done!

  4. Those are really cute! Thanks for sharing! you rock!

  5. Super cute and a great idea!

  6. These are really cute and I adore the embellishments that you used πŸ™‚ HAPPY FALL!!

  7. So cute! I would love to have you share them over at my weekly link party. The link is
    It’s open until Friday night.

  8. So cute! Love the ric rac! Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party! Pinning!

  9. Oh, wow, love this. Time to get out the scrapbook supplies that are taking up room in the closet!

  10. Brilliant!

  11. This is the perfect craft for little hands! AND they are so so cute!!

    Thanks so much for joining us at Keep Calm & Link Up last week! We’re thrilled you chose to party with us and can’t wait to see what you link up this week as well πŸ™‚
    Meredith @

  12. Love em! Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party.

  13. So very cute! Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  14. So cute, I love them! Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

  15. Come join my first blog party on my blog and link your creations! Appreciate the support! Thank you! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

    Warmest Regards,

  16. So cute and so easy! Great idea!

  17. Aww I like that idea! soo cute πŸ™‚ Hopped over from SITS! Blessings!

  18. juliemnaturalfree says:

    Hopping over from SITS! Those are adorable! Great idea! πŸ™‚

  19. corinnambailey says:

    So cute…and easy! Visiting from SITS Blogtober. Now following you!

  20. ooooo I wouldn’t have thought of ribbon! great idea!

  21. Hi! Stopping by from SITS Blogtober. I love this idea! So cute & simple – my kind of craft ;).

  22. These are super cute Raquel! Perfect craft to do with my 2 & 3 year old grand daughters. Pinned

  23. Such a cute idea!! Easy enough for the kiddos to help out!

  24. How adorable! I love this idea – no mess decorating! Thanks for sharing at Throwback Thursday.

  25. These are so pretty, thanks for sharing. Very creative.

  26. These are so cute! (pinned!)

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