How to Display Your Address on a Pumpkin
Celebrate fall with this fun pumpkin project from HGTV Magazine.
- Click here to download the house number template.
- Print and cut out your numbers.
- Use a pencil to trace them on a real or faux pumpkin (the Craft-Tex one shown is from wayfair.com).
- Fill in the outlines with crafts paint. We used Beetle Black by Martha Stewart Crafts.
- Let dry.
Turn magnolia leaves into cool door decor with this project from HGTV Magazine.
HGTV designer Vern Yip is a star in the kitchen, too. And he shared one of his favorite recipes for Saturday family breakfast with HGTV Magazine!
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