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Follow this person's lead and try to catch Reynolds' eye by turning your pumpkin into a keg -- or, for the kiddos, any old drink dispenser. You can find a tap on Amazon, and from there, you just have to cut a hole and fill with beer! We suggest a pumpkin variety, of course.
Your neighborhood birds will be feasting like kings! A smaller pumpkin may be easier here, but once it's cut in half (stem side discarded), you can add perches with wooden dowels and tie some kind of rope off from those to hang the feeder from a tree. Birds enjoy a bit of pumpkin spice, too.
Add a little extra festivity to your fall-ified front stoop by stenciling and painting or carving your house number onto a pumpkin. Easy, peasy DIY decor.
Got hold of a brand new stash of autumnal buds that are begging to be shown off? Trace out the size of the pot you're "planting" on top of the pumpkin and cut it horizontally, scooping out any and all guts to let your flowers bloom from the gourd!
Fall soups are the elite soups -- prove me wrong. Butternut squash soup? Pumpkin soup? Sweet potato soup? All divine. Kick it up a notch and serve your favorite in a pumpkin bowl. Think of it like a bread bowl, but not quite as edible.
We love those mini pumpkins and gourds sold at farmstands in the fall, and it turns out, they make perfect little containers for DIY candles. Fall scents are arguably the best, so find a wax candle tutorial, but instead of pouring into a jar, use a little pumpkin!