AUTUMN Spelled Out On Tiny White Pumpkins

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I will show you how easy it is to put words and lettering onto pumpkins. I used small white pumpkins (gourds), but any color, including orange should work.
I originally wanted faux pumpkins, but couldn't find the size I wanted, so I found and bought these real little white pumpkins. Real or faux will work.
I printed off the word AUTUMN, using the Stencil font. You'll have to play around with the size to make sure the letters will look good on your size pumpkins. You can also print off FALL, or any other word or words you want.
Cut the letters apart and into small pieces to fit on your pumpkin.
I used graphite paper, but any craft transfer paper should also work. Make sure to put the transfer facing towards the pumpkin. Carefully trace the letter with a hard pencil or pen.
As you put your letters onto each pumpkin, make sure the letters will be lined up straight when all the pumpkins are put together.
After I had all the letters traced on, I took a fine, permanent marker and outlined the letters. Then I went back in and filled it in with the marker. I have additional photos and information on my blog post, if you would like to see and read it.
Suggested materials:
  • Tiny pumpkins   (Farmer's market)
  • Permanent marker   (Any craft store)
  • Graphite or transfer paper   (Art store or craft store)
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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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