The outside of our home just needed a little extra something for Halloween. Luckily Target had a ton of these fun pumpkin buckets, and they were only $1! So, I got this idea and figured that if it didn’t work at worst I would have lost a little time and $2. Luckily, it worked!
I cut a hole in the bottom and tried to put it over our light fixture, but surprisingly our light was larger than the holes! So I cut the back open and it fit just perfectly. I did add a little clear packing tape on the back opening just so they would stay on if the wind kicked up (probably not needed but better safe than sorry)!
Have a look at your lights, I bet you could figure out how to put a pumpkin light cover on them too!
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