Outline a punny phrase in pen, then paint inside the lines. Tie on a smiling tassel ghost from the stem and save to use again next year.
Add some sparkle to your front porch with these mega glam pumpkins. To make, glue 1- to 2-inch sequin circles on the pumpkin and repeat until the pumpkin is glitzy enough for you.
No intricate (ahem, complicated) painting here. After turning the pumpkin , adhere temporary tattoos on the pumpkin, just as you would on skin. For a botanical look, connect a ring of floral tattoos around the middle.
These flower-filled pumpkins are both adorable and practical. Paint mini pumpkins the color of your choice (we suggest or !), carve off the top, add the bottom of a water bottle as a vase, and fill with fresh blooms. Gorgeous!
Summer's long gone, so what? Pretend you're on a tropical vacay with this cute, fruity pumpkin. Don't forget !
Here's a batty idea: After painting your pumpkin, tie a loose knot in the middle of a four-inch piece of , then cut the ends to resemble wings. Attach to a color-blocked gourd with .
After spray painting your gourd the prettiest , create a sash with fresh blooms. Snip stems about one to two inches from buds, drill small holes in the painted rind, then stick stems in holes. Pro tip: Extend flowers' lives by periodically spritzing with water.
Flicking with a toothbrush is fun, but copying true-to-life constellations really sets this project apart. They even light up thanks to drilled holes and a !
Don't worry about painting outside of the lines. Fashion feline features from blue and adhere to an orange pumpkin before giving it a once-over with . Once it's dry, remove the stencils for one cute cat.
To make a white pumpkin with hand-drawn red stitching look like it's worn and weathered, this blogger just rubbed stain on top. Genius!
Take the guesswork out of these rustic gourds with a simple — just print, tape and .
For this tutorial, paint pumpkins with a white "" coat before layering on the to really make them pop — and add the bold type puns (download them !) after your pumpkins are dry for some quirk.
While this tutorial calls for a black craft pumpkin, try spray painting your freshly-picked gourd with a shade before adding on a fresh floral half moon.
A is the perfect backdrop for these baby pink blooms.
The secret to achieving these pumpkin's runny effect? Paint them upside-down (with creepy neon shades!) and allow gravity to take its course.
The only thing better than donuts are adorable mini pumpkins that look like donuts.
This chevron trend is still pretty ubiquitous as far as patterns go — and these and pumpkins seriously nail it.
Wish your guests a happy Halloween by swiping the front of a pumpkin with — or get really into it by adding Halloween motifs like witch silhouettes and black cats.
If you spot a teal pumpkin on your neighbor's porch, it's not just because they're crazy about the color. They're likely one of the 100,000 households who have pledged to participate in — the color lets trick-or-treaters with a food allergy know that the treats they provide are safe to have.
Regardless of the color you choose to your pumpkin's body, a upgrades just about any project.
Once the base coat is on, use or handmade stencils to paint some fun patterns onto your pumpkin.
For a personalized pumpkin, carve your initial into the gourd and highlight it even more with contrasting paint colors — and , of course.
Doubling as a pretty place to keep your fall florals, paint your pumpkins to match your dining room — the here are unexpected and stylish.
Sure, we love fall. But there's something about the combination of a pumpkin and summery florals that we just can't resist.
Instead of just choosing one color, paint your pumpkin with three different shades. Then finish off with a for a look that's way easier than carving.
An ode to the hot days of summer, bring back a little desert-inspired warmth with pumpkins that resemble cacti. The most difficult part of this project is choosing which shade of green paint to use (we're pretty partial to the !).
Spice up a traditional autumn meal by painting the dinner menu onto a pumpkin.
You can never have too much nail polish ... well, on second thought, you can probably spare some to dress up a handful of mini pumpkins.
Let's make "painting" even easier — your home's digits (three coats will do it!) on a pumpkin for a sweet fall welcome.