Confetti Pumpkins!

DIY Gold Black Confetti Dot Pumpkin Tutorial I love the confetti projects and metallic trend this year for Fall, and thought I would combine the two and make these fun confetti pumpkins. They are super easy to make. Just a little glue and a bag of confetti and your pumpkins come alive! I hope you like them! Here’s how I did it~

Confetti Pumpkins


  • Glue, Elmer’s or any kind that dries clear
  • Faux pumpkins
  • White spray paint, or white pumpkins
  • Confetti in various colors
  • Sponge applicator


Spray Paint your pumpkin white then add confetti

Remove your stems and spray paint your pumpkins. Let them dry.


Add Glue to Pumpkin and Sprinkle with Confetti

Paint the top of your pumpkins with glue and down the middle of the humps of the pumpkin. I put my confetti on a paper plate and sprinkled it over the pumpkin.

To get the confetti to look liked it drips down, I took the sponge applicator and put dots of glue and added the confetti with my fingers. Fill in any holes by adding more glue and confetti. Let them dry and replace the stems.

Gold Confetti Doecorated Pumpkin Turtorial

Silver Confetti Metallic Dot White Pumpkin

Black Polka Dot Confetti Pumpkin

Confetti Pumpkins FB

Confetti Fall Pumpkin

 Fall Gold Dot Metallic Pumpkin Tutorial


And that’s it! This is such a fast project and they came out great! Happy Fall!


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86 thoughts on “Confetti Pumpkins!

  1. Thank you for posting this! I have all of the needed materials to make a few this weekend. I think I will get a head start and paint the pumpkins today. So sparkly and beautiful!

  2. Hello! I just found your blog and I love these!! I love all things shiny and I have yet to decorate for fall (I blame it on being 35 weeks pregnant). As I get ready for maternity leave and am working on my classroom organization (I’m an art teacher), I ran across a bucket of rhinestones that I bought years ago. I’m thinking they may have finally found a purpose instead of sitting at work. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Hi Kim! Just popping back in to let you know that your pretty pumpkins will be one of my features at tomorrow night’s Best of the Weekend party! Thank you again so much for sharing them and have a fabulous Friday!

  4. Just so you know, I mentioned this project as one of my favorites from last week’s “Tell Me Tuesday” party. You can see it featured here:

    Thanks again for linking up and sharing such great ideas!

  5. This is so cool! I love how they look! Ellora could;t say it better.. It’s definitely unique!!! Thanks so much for sharing this with me at Bewitch Me & Titi! Hope to have you back with more amazing shares! Hope you are having a marvellous week!!!

    Cami @

  6. Hi Kim – I am totally in love with your pumpkins! What a fabulous idea and they look fantastic! Thank you so much for sharing and joining us at Best of the Weekend! So excited to have you party with us – sharing on FB and twitter today, plus pinning! Have a happy first day of Autumn and hope you can join us again next week!

  7. You know for the longest time I didn’t care for white pumpkins, I mean, they’re supposed to be orange! But as I get older and want things to tie into my decor more and more, I love the idea. Pretty sure that I’m going to be following your lead and making some of these beauties for myself. Love, love, love. And thanks a bunch for linking up 🙂

  8. I love them! I’ve been obsessing over the white pumpkins this fall, and the touch of confetti is the perfect touch of sparkle. Great job! – Dee @ From Wine to Whine

  9. I am a total sequin junky right now, so this is right up my alley! Would it be too much to confetti the entire thing, then confetti some fake autumn leaves? Like, bedazzle everything for Fall? Maybe I should just stick to the tutorial you’ve presented.

  10. These are so fun, Kim. I love them. I’m going to do something with pumpkins. Not sure what yet. 🙂 So happy to visit and see such wonderful pumpkins. I want some. 🙂 Linda

  11. These are fabulous. I’m going to pin this idea so I don’t forget to try this 🙂 If you get the chance, I’d love for you to share this idea over at Tell Me Tuesday:

  12. These pumpkins are beautiful! I love the confetti! I’d love for you to link these beauties up to our All Things Thursday Blog Hop going on right now. Hope to see you there!

  13. Oh my gosh!! How cute, original, and easy. Can I ask you where you got your pumpkins??

    Also – I have a link party at my blog – you should stop by and link up today.

    ~ Ashley w/

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