Drip Crayon Pumpkins
Melt a rainbow of crayons with a hairdryer for a funky and fun pumpkin. Beforehand, try painting the pumpkin in a bright color (or just plain white) to really pump up the whole effect.
Painting a pumpkin is harder than it looks—the round shape poses a challenge for amateur painters used to working on flat surfaces. But if you're up for the challenge, grab a set of acrylic paints or an acrylic paint pen and get to work. For added effect, try painting several pumpkins with complementary designs.
This sequined pumpkin might be the simplest squash on our list. Just glue on your favorite sequins (often available from the fabric store in ready-to-go rows) to give your pumpkin a flashy, feminine DIY twist.
Step one: apply lines of tacky glue. Step two: sprinkle on some glitter, then allow to dry. Step three: brush away the extra glitter and admire your seriously unique pumpkin. Try it in different colors or designs, or paint an entire pumpkin with Mod Podge® before dousing in glitter.
Hot-glue some decorative ribbons to your pumpkin for a simple, clean, yet fashion-forward look. The more ribbon, the more stripes, plaids, and zigzag patterns to create—so go wild!
No Carving Knife Needed
Get ready for Halloween with these fun—and easy—ideas!
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