How to Make a Pumpkin Topiary
Just a few materials and less than 30 minutes are all you need to create an elegant pumpkin topiary that will last throughout the autumn season.
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Finish With Bittersweet and Raffia
Use wire cutters to snip small springs off of larger bittersweet stems. Insert cuttings into grapevine wreaths (Image 1). Finish by wrapping each wreath with natural raffia (Image 2). Note: Topiaries will last in cool temperatures for several weeks; dispose of pumpkins when flesh gives in to a light touch.
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