Rock your Halloween with message pumpkins





Enjoy the season to get creative and explore other ways to spread some joy around. Small pumpkins are great to carry some fun words and _ why not? _ some puns!

I wanted a kind of dark look for my pumpkins. 
This new Testors color shift spray was the perfect match to my craft idea as it creates a color change with as few as 2 coats!

Halloween Pumpkins Tutorial ( with affiliate links for your convenience):

Pumpkins - I bought them in different places as I wanted different sizes, 
but you can find them here.
Glitter - purple and orange
Rings - bats and spider
Plastic glue





 First thing is to use black spray as a primer and also because it helps the color shift to work better. This Testor black spray has an amazing coverage and I only needed one layer and a few spot corrections. Be sure to do it in a ventilated area. Use a open card box to protect your floor




Repeat the process using the color shift spray. Be aware that you will fall in love with it! Pictures don't make justice to it!
Let it dry.

First thing is to choose some quotes and stick the adhesive letters on the pumpkins.


For the spider web pumpkin, draw the lines with the liquid glue. Place a piece of paper underneath the pumpkin and pour the purple glitter over the glue section. Make sure that the glitter will cover all the glue lines. Then fold the paper and pour the excess glitter back into the container
 and then pour the glitter on the top of it. Let it dry completely.



 


For the decoration, I used spider rings. Cut the ring curves and the spider will be flat.

Use a hot glue gun to glue the spider to the pumpkin.


For the second pumpkin, I wanted it to look as if something gross was melting on the top of it. Add glue to create the design. Place a piece of paper underneath the pumpkin and pour the orange glitter over the glue section. Then fold the paper and pour the excess glitter back into the container




As soon as the glitter is dry, use the hot glue gun to glue the bats randomly on the pumpkin.


 Use a dry flat brush to wipe off the excess of glitter from the pumpkin.

For more ideas, follow Instagram Word Rocks Project or Share a Rainbow Day.