Fall Decoration – Make Stacked Pumpkin Candlesticks

Fall Decorations - Make Stacked Pumpkin Candlesticks


Here is an idea I got from the crazy talented Pattie Wilkinson.  She used the real mini pumpkins and I used foam ones.  She used an urn and plaque for a base and I used fat candle sticks. She used real tea lights and I used the battery operated ones… Hey, a girl has to use what she has on hand sometimes.


Fall Decorations - Make Stacked Pumpkin Candlesticks



Remove the stem of the pumpkin…actually, you’ll have to remove the stems from ALL of the pumpkins.  (The foam pumpkins I got had stems that were wired to the pumpkin so all I had to do was pull real hard to remove them.)  Place the tea light candle on top and trace around it with a pencil to determine how much and where to cut.


Fall Decorations - Make Stacked Pumpkin Candlesticks


Carefully using an x-acto knife cut around the circle and remove the center.  I found it made things easier to cut around and then cut an X across the remove smaller sections.
Fall Decorations - Make Stacked Pumpkin Candlesticks


Then, just like Pattie  I stacked them together to make my candle stacks.  I secured them with a dollop of hot glue in between the pumpkins. I’m not sure if I’m all that crazy about the moss.  I wonder what else I could have used.  It really needs something between the pumpkins and the candle stick.  What do you think?  What might work there?




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6 Responses to “Fall Decoration – Make Stacked Pumpkin Candlesticks”

  1. November 9, 2012 at 10:49 am #

    I like these.. they have a nice simple look.

    • November 9, 2012 at 2:16 pm #

      Thank you, Noreen. I appreciate the compliment. :)

  2. October 27, 2009 at 8:45 pm #


  3. October 27, 2009 at 8:45 pm #

    I think black tulle might be too much black? Maybe another color?

  4. Lynda
    October 24, 2009 at 2:58 pm #

    a few stacked pieces of black tulle instead of moss might look cute.

  5. Beanatural@att.net
    October 23, 2009 at 9:20 am #

    I really like these.
    good job Vic

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