Trick or Treat Pumpkins

Introduction: Trick or Treat Pumpkins

About: I am an artist who enjoys many things. I enjoy paper crafting custom invitations for weddings, parties and special events. I enjoy making customized costumes and props for theater shows and Halloween. I enjoy …
This week I am going to share with you an idea I fell in love with on Pinterest. The original was done with real pumpkins and if any of you have bought real pumpkins lately you would find they are about the same price as what I paid for these artificial ones at the $1 sore. However, I don't want to remake these every year. So I opted for the fake pumpkins.

Here are your supplies:

  • Black lace
  • Black feathers
  • Black acrylic paint (or Ranger's black crackle paint)
  • Black (gloss) and Off White (satin) spray paint
  • (3-5) Fall silk leaves
  • (3) Artificial Pumpkins (mine are from the $1 store)
  • Print "Trick or Treat" (or any other saying) in the desired font on your computer.
  • Black Gemstone swirls (say it in crystals by Prima)
  • Black Sharpie
  • and of course... HELMAR 450

Step 1: Spray paint - the pumpkins with primer or several coats of the off white and the silk leaves with the black.

Step 2: line up the printed "Trick or Treat" on the desired pumpkin and trace over the printed word slowly with the Sharpie. Remove the printed word when done.

Step 3: Fill in the outlined letters with black acrylic paint and paint the stem with also. OR, use gemstone glue to fill in the letters and then glitter or micro bead them. Supper cute!

Step 4: Use HELMAR 450 to adhere the embellishments to the stem. (feathers, leaves and lace)

Step 5: place your swirled crystals onto the pumpkins where desired. (these could also be painted on)

Here you go! Don't you just love it. Now I had all the supplies accept the pumpkins in my craft room. Get crafty and use what you have.

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