Upcycled Duct Pumpkin Craft

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Upcycled Duct Pumpkin Craft
Upcycled Duct Pumpkin Craft
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This Upcycled Duct Pumpkin Craft is the perfect way to decorate your home for fall, while still being affordable and using recycled materials. Everyone has dryer ducts, and this craft uses your old ones that you are already planning to replace—helping you save money and reuse materials at the same time. With a little paint, a wine cork, and some other optional materials, you can make your old ducts into adorable pumpkin decor for any part of your home—especially on your mantle or bay windowsill.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft



HolidayFall, Halloween, Thanksgiving

Project TypeMake a Project

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