Step 2: Pumpkin Base
1. Spray paint the outside of the plastic pumpkin bucket with the flat black spray paint. Let the paint completely dry. Important: Please use spray paint in a well ventilated area (outside is best). Tip: If you don’t like paint on your hands, I recommend wearing rubber gloves or Goo Gone. Goo Gone is how I get stubborn paint off my hands.
2. Take the X-Acto knife and *carefully* cut out the eyes, nose, and mouth. You have the option to either cut out the teeth or leave them in. Next, take the hot glue gun and start gluing the outlines of the pumpkins body, eyes, nose, and mouth. Let the hot glue cool completely before removing any spiderwebs from your pumpkin (I call the left over glue spiderwebs).
3. Take the Rub n Buff, add a little to your finger tip, and finger paint the pumpkin. Tip: This is really potent stuff, so a little goes a long way.