source: Cuckoo 4 Design
4. Studded Chalk Paint
Alright all you badass mamas- this one’s for you! Be the talk of the town (in a good way) by giving your pumpkins some serious edge using chalk paint. Yes, you can use that on pumpkins! But it doesn’t stop there. Push in some shiny studs or spikes for the ultimate rock ‘n roll look.
Stop by Cuckoo 4 Design to get the 4-1-1 on this project, and check out the other ways this technique was used.
source: In Lieu Of Preschool
5. Multi-Colored Drizzles
Ahhh…multiple colors drizzled together to create a messy rainbow…my dream come true! (Except for the messy part.) This pumpkin project is one that the kids are sure to enjoy doing with you, and they won’t have any hard feelings about not carving a scary face into their pumpkins. With some spray paint, acrylic paint and glitter paint, you can give your pumpkins a colorful face lift that will add pizzazz to your front porch and your Halloween!
Head over to In Lieu Of Preschool for everything you need to know about this fun approach to decorating pumpkins.
source: Lines Across
6. Glittery Unicorn
Anyone who tells you that unicorns don’t exist has never seen a unicorn pumpkin. But I have! And it.is.adorbs. Like, so cute. Your tween girl will beg for you to do this project with her, and she’ll want to keep it around long after Halloween is over. (Sorry, I’ve got no advice on breaking it to her that her sweet unicorn will eventually shrivel and turn into a pumpkin pile of mush.)
You’ll find the full supply list, as well as the full tutorial on Lines Across.