Sleeping Beauty Pumpkin

Melissa Russo
by Melissa Russo
4 Materials
$15
45 Minutes
Medium
Turn an ordinary pumpkin into this beautiful Sleeping Beauty Pumpkin. This Disney-inspired craft is something your little princess will enjoy creating for Halloween.
So, have you settled into the fall frenzy yet? Breathe. It’s ok. This fantastically fun time of year can get a little frantic. But Halloween is on the horizon. I feel that now that we have finally flipped that calendar to September, it’s perfectly fine to “officially” start sharing some fun Disney-inspired Halloween crafts with you. I am a little obsessed with creating these fun Disney-inspired pumpkins. I love the Disney Princesses. You may remember The Little Mermaid Pumpkin I shared with you a few weeks ago, or the Cinderella Pumpkin last year. I put my creative cap on this week and created this adorable Sleeping Beauty Pumpkin to add to the collection.
TO MAKE YOUR OWN SLEEPING BEAUTY PUMPKIN, YOU WILL NEED:
  • White carvable pumpkin
  • Pink pearl acrylic paint
  • Sleeping Beauty Tiara
  • Pearl and heart embellishments
After you let your pumpkin dry (don’t you find painting soothing?), add some pearl embellishments around the perimeter.


The final step is to add Sleeping Beauty’s tiara to the top of the pumpkin. You can either glue or pin in place to secure.
Sleeping Beauty was always Gabrielle’s favorite Disney Princess. I was going through some old photos of past trips to Walt Disney World the other day. My how time flies. Even though she’s off at college in Boston, her love of Disney and Aurora is still going strong (just like her mama)! So it’s only fitting that I created this simple DIY project to celebrate the Halloween season.
Happy Crafting!
Suggested materials:
  • White Craft Pumpkin   (Michaels)
  • Pink Pearl Paint   (Michaels)
  • Pearl & Rhinestone Embellishments   (Michaels)
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