White on White Pumpkins

White on White Pumpkins

Get creative this year with these elegant white on white pumpkins.  It is fun to craft some decorated pumpkins!  These are easy to create with artificial pumpkins, hot glue and paint! 

Pulling out some faux pumpkins from last year’s fall decor.  I heated up the glue gun and went to work.  You can add any pattern you want with hot glue.  The smallest pumpkins were easiest with just simple dots.  

A larger pumpkin already had some white paint on it.  Using a pencil, I drew out the pattern I wanted to follow with the hot glue.  

Follow along the pattern you have drawn on the pumpkin.  Sometimes I drew lines with the glue and sometimes I used individual dots as shown above. Make sure you remove all of the little threads of hot glue before you paint your pumpkins.  I first sprayed a hair dryer on mine, which removed a lot of the threads.  Then I used a tiny pair of scissors or a pair of tweezers to remove as many threads as I could.  If you leave threads and then paint your pumpkin, the paint will expose all of the threads.  

While you are adding the glue to the pumpkins, make sure you turn the pumpkins so that the glue does not drip.  When you are happy with the glue, it is time to paint.  Use a flat or satin spray paint made for plastic.  Remember to spray with a couple of light coats rather than trying to cover your pumpkins all at once.  After spray painting the pumpkins, I added gold paint to the stems for contrast.  You could also paint them any contrasting color, like black or blue.  Your decorated pumpkins are ready to display!  Happy fall!

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    1. I used this on the artificial pumpkins you can get at Michael’s and a ceramic one from Dollar Tree. I don’t recommend it for styrofoam, because the hot glue will melt the foam. I am not sure about paper mache’. I think fabric ones would not allow the glue to adhere either.

  1. Hey Chloe, ohmygosh, I so LOVE these!! when I first saw the pic they looked like they were made of chenille or a woven sweater. what a cute idea! thanks so much for joining in at AAH!

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