Recycled Glass Pumpkins: Color-Rich Halloween Treats to Sweeten Your Entryway

Jack-O-Lanterns come and go, rot and decompose, get added to the compost heap to nurture a newborn plant.

I like the intricate stems on these recycled glass pumpkins from The Pacific Northwest Shop ($72).  As you can see, the colors of the glass really vary depending on the source of the recycling.


The three below are pumpkins of kitris reycled glass handmade in Canada from Olive Barn. They come in small and large sizes ($49 to $109). All of the glass pumpkins can be safely shipped to you and it’s a good idea to put some tape on the bottom to safely secure them to the surface of your table.

Luanne Bradley

Luanne Sanders Bradley is the West coast Editor at EcoSalon and currently resides in San Francisco, California.