I love to take a stroll through Pottery Barn to get inspiration for some of my next DIY crafts. Sometimes, when I can’t get into the store, I even search through different social media feeds to get inspiration there, and you know Pottery Barn is checked regularly by me.
Do you check them too for ideas? And with that inspiration, this project came to mind! I found this beauty at a garage sale, y’all! Yep. I got this large ceramic pumpkin for just $5. I love that I was able to recreate this Pottery Barn knockoff, that easily sells for $70-$100 in the store, for just $10 total.
Budget-friendly, upcycle, chic, DIY, festive, and fabulous are all words to describe this amazing Pumpkin Fall Craft. So if you have an old pumpkin in your house, found one at a thrift store, or garage sale, let’s upcycle it immediately. Let me teach you how to get this look for your home with my step-by-step tutorial. I promise you will have so much fun doing this project. I know I sure did.
SUPPLIES NEEDED TO MAKE YOUR OWN POTTERY BARN TERRA COTTA PUMPKIN:
- Large Ceramic Pumpkin – yard sale find
- Baking Soda
- Sherwin Williams Sample Paint – Terracotta Satin color – Earthen Jug
- Deco Art Acrylic Paint (Any Terra Cotta color for smaller projects)
- Baking Flour
- Cleaning Spray
- Paint Brush
- Puppy Pads