Glittered Painted Purple Pumpkin…
(say that 3 times – HEHE)
I can’t believe 2015 is almost over! October is flying right past me.
Each month I do a DIY challenge and this month’s assignment was to create pumpkins. In addition to the monthly challenge, I also give each participant an “assignment” which could be a color, theme, or material that needs to be incorporated into the item that needs to be made.
I decorated my pumpkin with metallic purple paint and purple tinsel glitter (my “assignment” was to incorporate glitter). I wanted it to be a bit girly, so I can give it to my niece. Right now, it’s sitting on a shelf in my office. (See my office tour here.)
You KNOW I love simple DIY projects, so this DIY pumpkin was easy-peasy.
Here’s what you need:
- Acrylic Paint
- Paint Brush
Here’s what you need to do:
- Step 1: Since I like things done the quick way, my small bottle of purple paint made it easy to just squeeze paint all over the pumpkin. Then, I used my paint brush to spread the paint.
- Step 2: Let the paint dry and paint a second coat
- Step 3: Paint glue on the pumpkin stem and anywhere else on the pumpkin that you’d like to attach glitter.
- Step 4: Sprinkle glitter where you put the glue and let dry. Dust off extra glitter.
Here are some of the other pumpkins that were made for the DIY pumpkin challenge:
And, since we’re doing a giveaway each month for these DIY challenges, here’s what I’m giving away this month:
It’s the SEE JANE WORK Mousepad & Coaster set in white. I’m doing a big collaboration with SEE JANE WORK in a couple weeks and it’s going to be super fun! Can’t wait to share the details with you guys. The winner of the Mousepad & Coaster set is Miranda!! Miranda, email me your address at hello[at]whitneyjdecor[dot]com or contact me here.
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Have you done a DIY pumpkin recently? What do you think about ours? I’d love to hear your thoughts! Leave a comment below.
Till next time,