Painted Pumpkins and Mod Podge

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60 Minutes

Super easy fall DIY.

I had several pumpkins in need of a pick me up. I had some paternalism from Christmas tree shop. Paint and modpodge ir varnish

we produce a huge anoint of waste by throwing away our old decorations. Just renew. Nothing a paint can’t help. So start to reuse your items.

miss your imagination. Be creative. Perfect kids DIY too.

This video is quick

Pay attention to how to open the paper napkins.

if your napkins is 2 plus you will

need to

peel one layer off. You want to make sure you ended with 1 single layer.

apply mod podge to the item of your choice. Here, pumpkins, apply paper and let it to dry. Once dried apply modpodge all over again or varnish. Let us dry. You are done. Now for A shimmering look I took a bottle of gold ela é spray paint and gave a quick far far away spray just to have the Shimmer to it. Let it dry. All set. Kids can do this even with old toys. Shoe boxes for keepsakes. Anyways I might try a box next.

Napkins and mod podge

Peel the layers off of your napkin. Leave 1 single layer only.

Apply it all over the pumpkins or in sessions to make it easier. Leave the access of paper towards the bottom. Easier to cut and to hide they imperfections of any.

The smaller pumpkins

The smaller Pumpkins were painted with sample

paint from Lowe’s. I usually have several around the house and these came handy.

Fall diy

we complicate things a lot. Make it easier. It doesn’t take much to do a big change in your room. Color is the easiest way of bringing life to any room

The result

I staged this inside a very large 3 feet by 11/2 dough bowl that I normally use as a fruit bowl.

For the arrangement I used some moss ball, pine cones, fairy lights and an lambs ear garland greenery

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