Since I still had pumpkins leftover from Halloween, all I needed to do was buy some seasonal flowers. First, hallow out the pumpkin and place some florist foam (that has been soaked in water) into the pumpkin. If you’re foam is a little too big, it’s easy to cut so that you have the perfect fit.
Then just start sticking your flowers into the foam, starting in the middle of the foam and working your way out to the edges. I recommend putting your taller flowers in the middle and the shorter flowers on the sides. Also if you’re using this for a centerpiece, a) make sure the pumpkin isn’t so big that you don’t have enough space on the table for food, and b) make sure your flowers aren't too tall- you want to be able to see the people you’re eating dinner with.Easy centerpiece, right? I don’t know why I have waited this long to try this. It’s easy, cheap, smells great, and a fabulously festive centerpiece for Thanksgiving!