Plow & Hearth Exclusive Give your Halloween pumpkins the faces of jack-o'-lanterns—without any carving! Simply drop them into our spooky spider stands and set them on your porch, walkway, deck, even indoors.
Metal tubing "bowls" and legs keep pumpkins from rolling. Set includes one large and one small. Fun, festive and easy Halloween décor.
• Decorative metal spider pumpkin holders • Easy Halloween décor—no carving or mess • Just place your pumpkin in the spider shaped holder • Fun spider Halloween accent for indoors or out • Set includes one large and one small
Size Large approx. 11"W x 10"L x 8-1/4"H Small approx. 5"W x 4-1/2"L x 5-1/2"H
Buy 2 or more Sets at $16.95 each
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Comments about Product: These festive spiders are great decorations - a nice alternative to carving - allowing for longer lasting fall decorations! Great Quality! So cute, I bought more for my Mom and Sisters too!
Comments about Product: I love these spiders. They are so cute and very well made. I have showed them to everyone. I took them to the store to get pumpkins for them. I wanted to make sure I got pumpkins that would fit. Everyone that saw them loved them. I'm very happy with them. Good purchase.
Comments about Product: This is our third October to use these spider pumpkin holders and we love them. They are super cute and we get lots of complements. I always see people point them out as they walk past the house. We take the holders with us to pick out the pumpkins to ensure a perfect fit.
Comments about Product: The Spooky Spider Pumpkin Holders were disappointing to me because they are a lot smaller than what I expected. In fact, they are an inch to two inches smaller than the measurements given. They are still cute and look good on my front porch but would look much better and be more visible if they were bigger.
Comments about Product: I used it to display pumpkins on my outside window sill. I liked that I didn't have to have cut pumpkins for a Halloween display. This allowed me to display the pumpkins much longer than a Jack-o-lantern. I just had to open up the bowls a little to accomodate larger pumpkins. I got many compliments!
Comments about Product: These pumpkin holders arrived at my family's home in IN where my granddaughter found them to be fun to display outside. They are unique and my family found them to be unusual and easy to display. It was a nice surprise for them from Mom/Nana for Halloween.
Comments about Product: This is really cute, but I didn't realize it doesn't come up on the pumpkin very high, so if you put it on the porch, on the ground as I did, you really can't see it very well. It just looks like some black metal around the pumpkin. It's a great idea, just be aware of the shortness of it.
Comments about Product: These cute pumpkin holders add charm & character to my brick front stoop & steps, mixed in with other pumpkins and decorative squashes that are not in holders. I also have the holders that are owls. Not just any old pumpkin will fit into these rings, though, so take them along when you go pumpkin shopping, as I did. I was surprised by how many otherwise beautiful pumpkins would not fit into the holders!
Deer and/or chipmunks habitually eat displayed produce in my neighborhood, so I have everything draped in deer netting. These holders have helped a lot because their feet help anchor the net! It's been almost 3 weeks and (touch wood!) so far there's been no assault on the display; meanwhile the next door neighbor's pumpkins have already been eaten beyond recognition!
Just be careful, especially if you're using these holders indoors, that the feet do not scratch whatever surface they're on. The finish is not rough, but they are metal, with sharp-ish feet.
Because these holders are a little tricky to fit, I graded them at 4 stars (Good Stuff) rather than 5 (Perfect). However, this is not meant to imply there's anything wrong with them. I do love them!
Comments about Product: I purchased two sets because of the value and thought one small holder and one large holder would not be enough. I used all four with artificial pumpkins I put out in October each year. The two smaller ones look really cute on each end of the fireplace mantel. One larger holder with pumpkin is displayed on a table in the familyroom; the other is atop a couple large floor pillows in the livingroom. I think anyone would be VERY PLEASED with this product.
Comments about Product: I was impressed with the quality. Very strong quality, holds large pumpkins. I am going to buy pumpkins, from the craft store, for future years. Grandchildren giggled at the spider faces that the stands make.
Comments about Product: Spooky spider pumpkins look great on the front porch and so easy to use. The biggest challenge is finding the right size pumpkins to use. Measure the spider diameter before shopping for your pumpkins!
Comments about Product: This was the perfect center piece on the food table for our Relief Society Meeting. I think almost everyone asked where I purchased them. One lady even named the smallest one Wee-Wee. Such cuteness!
Comments about Product: Arrived quickly. Saw in catalog and was intrigued by the design. Two sizes is nice. Nice quality. Unsure whether the black iron will stand up to outside use. Just need to grab the right size pumpkins and plop onto the stands. With fresh pumpkins - these stands also get them lifted off your table/counter. Bought an additional set for a friend who saw them, and we're good through Thanksgiving with these decorations.
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The Olla: A Brief History
Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
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