This fun project will leave you with a pumpkin that won't rot! You can use it year after year to hold your favorite Fall flowers.
Here's what you'll need...
Fast drying concrete
Bucket For Mixing Concrete
Plastic Pumpkin Bucket
Pam Cooking Spray
Spray the inside of the plastic pumpkin bucket with Pam...
Mix the concrete according to the directions and fill the pumpkin bucket with the mixture...
While the concrete is still wet, insert a jar, leaving about 2 inches of the jar above the pumpkin. Set aside to dry overnight.
Use a utility knife to cut away the plastic pumpkin...
Add E6000 to the exposed jar and wrap with twine to create a pumpkin stem...
The jar allows you to use real flowers, but of course, you could use faux flowers.
After Halloween, simply turn the Jack-o-lantern face around, and your pumpkin vase can be used through Thanksgiving...
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