Decorated Baby Boo Pumpkins for Halloween

Halloween! It’s a fun day that kicks off the season of holidays! This year I decided to do more to make this spooky event fun for the kiddos in our neighborhood. I decorated baby boo pumpkins to set out on the porch. See how to make your own!

Decorated Baby Boo Pumpkins

 

I confess I’ve never attempted to carve a baby boo pumpkin. I thought it’d be easier to make little faces with felt.

Halloween Baby Boo Pumpkin Craft

 

Start with clean baby boos and try to select shapes that have a tall enough surface for a face.

Baby Boo Pumpkins

 

Using a sharp pair of scissors, cut out various eye shapes and mouths. Think of how you’d carve a pumpkin and use similar facial expressions. Then simply use a hot glue gun to adhere the black felt to the pumpkin.

Decorated Baby Boo Pumpkins

 

I found these sweet little black and white hats at the craft store, along with black piping and polka dot bows.  Before adding the hat to the baby boo, you’ll probably need to shorten the pumpkin stem by cutting it with a sharp knife.

Hot glue the piping to the bottom of the paper party hat. Then apply a thin line of hot glue to the bottom edge of the piping and lightly press the hat onto the baby boo, holding in place for a few seconds until adhered.

Decorated Baby Boo Pumpkins

 

Decorated baby boo pumpkins are pretty easy to make and less messy than carving a pumpkin.

Halloween Baby Boo Pumpkin Craft

 

This wee one has a black lace doily on the bottom of its party hat to resemble a witch’s hat. I cut a hole in the center of the doily (to accommodate the short stem) and then hot glued the doily to the bottom of the hat. Then I simply hot-glued the hat onto the pumpkin. You can add other embellishments like bow ties, if desired.

Decorated Baby Boo Pumpkins

 

My decorated baby boo pumpkins are going on the windowsill on the front porch to greet trick-or-treaters.

Halloween Baby Boo Pumpkin Craft

 

If you’re into Halloween crafting, you might also like making my Halloween ghosts!

See how to make these adorable Halloween ghosts!

 

Come back tomorrow for my first-ever Halloween home tour!!!

 

16 Halloween Crafts

 

You can see more Halloween craft ideas by visiting my blogging friends below.

A special thanks goes out to Krista at The Happy Housie for organizing today’s spooky event!

Halloween DIY and Crafts - Seasonal Simplicity

DIY Black & White Sharpie Pumpkins at The Happy Housie
DIY Halloween Doormat at Lolly Jane
DIY Felt Bat Pillow at Paint Me Pink
Spooky Glam Halloween Dollar Store Wreath at The DIY Mommy

 

Halloween DIY and Crafts - Seasonal Simplicity

DIY Lighted Halloween Sign at Confessions of a Serial DIYer
Tips & Tricks for DIY Hand Lettered Pumpkins at Lemon Thistle
Scrap Fabric Lighted Halloween Garland at Clean and Scentsible
Polka Dot Pumpkin Lanterns at Finding Silver Pennies

 

Halloween DIY and Crafts - Seasonal Simplicity

Cheesecloth Mummy Lanterns at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Decorated Baby Boo Pumpkins at Town and Country Living
Spooky Wispy Halloween Wreath at A Pretty Life
Halloween Cloche DIY at Deeply Southern Home

 

Halloween DIY and Crafts - Seasonal Simplicity

DIY Creepy Halloween Floral Arrangement at House by Hoff
Easy & Elegant Halloween Wreath at Hallstrom Home
Halloween Masquerade Mask at Summer Adams
Crow Halloween Wreath at So Much Better With Age

 

 

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Comments

  1. These are so cute! Looks like you had a lot of fun making them! XO

  2. These are adorable, love them!

  3. Ahh these are adorable, I want them in my home!

  4. Lindsay @ Lemon Thistle says:

    SO SO cute!! Pumpkin Emoji’s!!!

  5. These are adorable and kids I bet would have a fun time making them too. Thanks for being a part of my hop this year!

  6. I could not love these little guys more!! SO completely adoarble!

  7. Oh my gosh, these are so adorable! I wouldn’t attempt to carve a baby boo pumpkin either!
    Hugs, Jamie

  8. These are so adorable. I love the angry one 😉

  9. These are so fun! They’re a great project to get the kids involved in too…mine would love this!

  10. Too cute, Jennifer! You can ‘pry’ off the felt, and still use them for the rest of the fall season, too!

  11. These are adorable! And what a fun project to do with the little grands!

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