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Carved with a house address, this stack of pumpkins is practical as well as pretty:
Unless your pumpkins are carved or painted, the layering between them is important. This one uses yards of wired ribbon and faux berries for a lush look:
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Can you have too much layering material? I think not.
Here, spiders are used as layering of sorts:
The definition between layers can be done with just about anything:
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This topiary with a face has a lot of personality:
A tutorial from paisleyfarmhouse.com also shows you how you can use 1 spotlamp to light all 3 pumpkins:
Dress up your pumpkins for a very different look:
I must say, I love the look of the white pumpkins, and they probably show up very well at night.
White pumpkins or orange- whatever your favorite flavor, try stacking them for added impact this Halloween!