7. Ombre Spiderweb Pumpkins
Talk about a beautiful spider web! While I normally steer clear of creepy crawlies, these ombre spiderweb pumpkins are pretty darn cute. You’ll need some thin patterning tape and an eye for detail as you make a spiderweb design before painting. It may be a detail-oriented craft, but no one can deny how amazing it looks!
Check out PlaidOnline.com for detailed instructions on these awesome pumpkins.
8. Indigo Marbled Pumpkins
All you non-traditionalists will love these marbled indigo pumpkins! And would you believe they are made using indigo NAIL POLISH!? Yep. Just pour a small amount into a tub of water, then swirl your pumpkins until you get your desired look.
AliceAndLois.com used both faux and real pumpkins for their design. Check out more info at their site.
9. Drip Pumpkins
Mom of the year craft right here! If you don’t mind the mess, invite the kiddos to come help make these super cute drip pumpkins. Using milk paint, you’ll pour your paint on your pumpkin, and then let gravity do it’s magic, creating fun patterns and lines. It’s a messy craft that kids will love, and you’ll also get an amazing looking pumpkin that’s truly one of a kind after.
MomDot.com is an expert at drip pumpkins! Check out her site to see more info on doing this craft with your kiddos.
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