Want to know how to make them?
-Styrofoam balls (I used 2-inch size)
-Orange Glitter Paint (I used the new Martha Stewart multi-surface glitter paint in fire opal)
-Brown Spray Paint
1. Paint the styrofoam balls using the foam brush to gently dab the paint in place. I tried first by squeezing the paint directly onto the ball, but found it worked better to dip the brush in the paint and dab.
2. While the balls are drying, lay the wooden craft circles on newspaper and spray paint. Once dry, flip over and paint the other side, making sure to cover the edges as well. Why use these? Stryofoam is pretty light, so these help the pumpkins to stay in place when they're finished.
3. Once the pumpkins are dry, gently push down on the top to create a flat surface on the bottom of the ball. Then, using your thumb, gently push on the top of the ball to create a flatter top.
4. Place a glob of hot glue in the center of the wooden circle and press the ball down to attach.
5. Insert a bobby pin (open side up) into the top of the pumpkin.
6. Make place cards or buffet labels and insert into the bobby pin.
I'm not a big Halloween person, but these would look really cute with a jack o' lantern face painted on them, maybe like this: