Transition Your Pumpkins from Halloween to Thanksgiving

Now that Halloween has past, it’s time to pack up all that spooky stuff and get ready for Thanksgiving! It’s not Christmas yet, although the selection in most stores might have you believe that Christmas comes before Halloween. But the holiday season just started and we’re not ready to be winding it down just yet. So instead of rushing through the holidays, let’s take a moment to celebrate the season of thanks with cozy accessories and warm memories.

Thanksgiving Display with Hot Skwash
Create warm vignettes with Hot Skwash Velvet Pumpkins.

Pumpkins are such an obvious accessory for Halloween, but they also transition well into Thanksgiving! Add a touch of silk, a dash of glamour and a pinch of rustic charm with authentic Hot Skwash pumpkins and Jan Barboglio accessories. Pair them with pine cones and other autumn accessories for a look that’s sure to add warmth and whimsy to your home this season.

Making Memories: Take the kids on a ‘nature walk’ to gather pine cones and create a family experience that will warm your heart for years to come. Take a minute to explain to your kids what you what you’re thankful for and really get into the spirit of the season! Painting pine cones with glitter can also be a fun indoor activity for the kids on those chilly gray days, too.

Get cozy with Hot Skwash Pumpkins
Get cozy with velvet pumpkins this season.

Create cozy project vignettes with velvet pumpkins, pine cones and maize corn for a festive pop of color and a intriguing mix of textures. If your home decor is a little ‘ho hum,’ then spice it up with some holiday delight! Open the door to d├ęcor possibilities that resin pumpkins can’t hold a candle to!

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