The fall fun is a beautiful time of the year. There is no better way to enjoy the season, from the crisp autumn air to all the harvest festivals scattered across the countryside. However, being outdoors can be a little bit chilly, which means you might want to invest in some extra layering for those chilly evenings.
The first thing you need to think about is your pumpkin patch. Pumpkin Patch is an outdoor area where you can go and decorate your pumpkin with ribbons, dried fruits, pumpkins, foliage, and plenty of accessories. Think about what types of fall fun you want to have. If you are going to be out and about and have guests over, then you might want to consider a map, paper, and markers to help you mark your pumpkin patches. If you plan to sit at your pumpkin patch playing with your kids and taking them out for candy, these necessities won’t be necessary.
When choosing what accessories to bring, think about the season. What colors and themes do you like? This will probably be a hard question to answer because everyone has their own personal favorites. Some people are big on pumpkins, while others want to focus on fall colors. If you fall into a particular color or fall theme, it will be easier for you to match your decorating scheme to that. For example, if you love the look of browns and oranges, then it should be fairly easy for you to decorate your pumpkin patch with brown and orange accents.
You will also want to have some fun decorating tools. Look for some cute fall themed brushes and knives to make fall pictures come to life. Also, think about a cute fall mug to put in your kitchen. Mugs make a great favor as well, especially if they have pumpkin themes.
Once you have all your supplies, you will have to decide what pumpkin to decorate. The most common way to decorate a pumpkin is with a border. This is done using fall colored paper. You can draw or paint a pumpkin on the paper and tape it to the wall. You can also trace a pumpkin on the wall and glue or tape a design made from colored pencils or pieces of paper to it.
To make the pumpkin truly unique, you can cut out Halloween-themed decorations to stick on the outside. The borders on the pumpkin can be lined with black fabric and sewn in. Use some glue along the bottom of the pumpkin to make it special. Cut a series of pumpkin shaped cookies in the shape of bats, ghosts, pumpkins, and more. These cookies can be placed on the bottom of the pumpkin, along with some Halloween themed candies.
Another way to create some fall fun is to decorate your house. Turn your bedroom into a pumpkin bedroom. Place a fluffy winter coat on your bed, and add some cute accessories. Add some old fashioned scents, such as cinnamon or nutmeg, to fill the room. You can also place a small version of a pumpkin on your desk for an extra special touch.
If you have older children that are into the Halloween spirit, why not plan a costume party? Invite them to come dressed as ghouls and ghosts. Cut the invitations out and write their names on them. They can take one of their old costumes and turn it into a Halloween mask. Give everyone a Halloween wreath to hang on the door. Make sure there are plenty of treats for everyone to take home after the costume party is over.