Meet Nosey Rosie. You don't want her sticking her big nose in your business.
Rosie was fun to make, and super easy to do.
I used wooden dowel rods to hold the pumpkins together. I staked the bottom pumpkin into the dirt of the old kettle where flowers were done blooming. I then used the dowel and poked a hold in the bottom of the "head" pumpkin so I could slide it on once it was in place. I then staked the middle pumpkin to the bottom pumpkin making sure the dowel remained exposed on top so I could slide her head onto it.
I added a strip of burlap for a scarf and an old cowboy hat I had bought at a yard sale. I used two long nails with a head to attach the hat so it wouldn't blow away.
We have been enjoying Rosie for several weeks and she is still looking good.