If you’re looking to add some new Christmas decorations to your collection or simply want to create a nice gift for a friend, look no further. Today, we have three fantastic DIY Christmas decorations that you can make using items from Rural King. Follow our step by step instructions and learn how to create rustic, Mason jar lid ornaments, a hardware cloth Christmas tree, and light up Christmas gifts.
Spice up your pumpkin carving skills with a drill. You don’t have to worry about handling carving knives. You can just use different sizes of drill bits for all sorts of designs. You won’t have to be limited to the standard jack-o-lantern face. Make your magical fall nights twinkle. It is a very simple process.
First you need your pumpkins. You can buy these at your local Rural King.
Secondly, you would need to carve a large circular opening into the bottom of your pumpkin. Clean out the inside thoroughly, scooping away the pulp and seeds with a spoon.
Next, make a rough design on paper first, then mark the dots on the pumpkin with a permanent marker (which can be found at your local Rural King or RuralKing.com) Try a swirling or geometric design, or randomly space dots on the pumpkin shell.
You would then need to drill holes using a drill. You can use difference size drill bits for different sizes of holes. Rural King sells several different types of drills. This would be a great excuses for revamping your tool collection. Check out all the drills Rural King has to offer by clicking here. 🙂
The last step required is just to fill the pumpkin with some type of lights. You can use candles or even get an extra use out of your old Christmas string lights.
Once you have your pumpkin all set up, just put it out for the world to see just how creative you are.
It’s that time of year again! Fall is approaching and all the beautiful colors will be coming out. Our stores are stocking up on mums and pumpkins. You can use them alone to decorate the house or you can spice things up and create some fun in your family.
All you need are some pumpkins and some paint for these candy colored pumpkins!
Get the kids to gather up some leaves and let them dry. Then spray paint the leaves and paint the pumpkin a different color then glue on the leaves. You can also use the pumpkins as planters for your mums!
It’s going to be a fun and beautiful fall season with these decorations!