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DIY Sharpie Paint Pumpkins

Only 5 more days left until Halloween! My goodness…it feels like October has FLOWN by. Over the weekend we attended the best Halloween party. My friend went all out! Not only did we play Halloween Minute To Win It, we also played Jelly Belly BeanBoozled? Have you heard of it? It is the craziest game. You use a spin wheel to decide what color of jelly bean you will choose. One jelly bean is yummy and the other one is GROSS but since the look identical you don’t know what you’re eating until you take your first bite! I got the shaft when it was my turn, I either I was going to eat buttered popcorn or rotten eggs! What? I hate the buttered popcorn flavor. I got the ROTTEN EGG jelly bean and it was so disgusting. Anyways, we had a lot of laughs with the game. You should play it this Thanksgiving or Christmas with your family.

So I wanted to share this quick and easy home decor project you can whip up today. Or PIN IT for next year 🙂

I picked up some of the cute little pumpkins the other day when I was at the grocery store. Take them home and spray paint them with Rustomleom Paint + Primer in WHITE. I gave them 3 light coats of paint and let them dry overnight. 

I used the Sharpie Paint Pens in BLACK and GOLD. Sharpie paint pens are the best invention in my humble opinion. I use them all the time. Make sure you shake it for a good minute before using it.

Now it is time to use your creativity! Do you have to be an artist to make these? Absolutely NOT! I am the worst artist on the planet and I didn’t mess these up so you could totally do it.

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6 Responses to DIY Sharpie Paint Pumpkins

  1. wow these looks really beautiful.. brilliant Ideas to make these as black and white. I think I will make some of these with my orange pumpkins. Thanks for a nice share.

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