4 Easy No-Carve Pumpkins
|Aren't they pretty!?|
You do, with these four no-carve pumpkin tutorials! Use real pumpkins or pick some up at a craft store and have them forever. Let's dive in...
Settle in with the hair dryer because melting the crayons can take awhile, but it's satisfying and weirdly zen work watching the wax melt into different colors!
Step 1: Glue half a crayon over the each raised part of the pumpkin.
Step 2: This project can get messy, so make sure your space is covered or take the whole thing outside.
Step3: Enjoy the melty masterpiece that you hath wrought!
LOTS of glitter
No "Easy No-Carve Pumpkin Tutorial" list would be complete without a glitter pumpkin. Making a glitter pumpkin is so easy, you'll wonder why you ever paid $39 for one.
Step one: Cover with glue.
Step 3: Spray this pumpkin with a sealer to lock in the shimmer and shine and Oooooo!
Candy Corn Pumpkin
white & yellow paint
We opted to use spray paint, but any ole craft paint will do fine. This one is so easy a child has literally done it.
Step 1: Divide the pumpkin into rough thirds, covering the middle.
Step 2: Paint strategically in a well ventilated area to look like candy corn.
black spray paint
a knife or sharp edged tool
Our pumpkin has added glitter paint, just because we had it laying around. We're fabulous like that.
Step 1: Cut out a moon and stars from your paper and glue them in place.
Step 3: POOF! ART!!
It's almost like we're on Pintrest, or something. ;) Happy Halloween!!
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