Treat your tricksters with this fun carved craft pumpkin Treat Monster! First, carve out the mouth and belly on each pumpkin with a hot knife. Then, paint and glitter the insides. Next, paint your pumpkins’ outsides green and add glitter polka dots! Add glitter eyeballs on chenille stems to the head and an LED candle inside your monster's mouth. Glue your pumpkins together to complete your treat monster. Don't forget the candy!

Treat your tricksters with this fun carved craft pumpkin Treat Monster! First, carve out the mouth and belly on each pumpkin with a hot knife. Then, paint and glitter the insides. Next, paint your pumpkins’ outsides green and add glitter polka dots! Add glitter eyeballs on chenille stems to the head and an LED candle inside your monster's mouth. Glue your pumpkins together to complete your treat monster. Don't forget the candy!

The bottles are plastic vitamin bottles.  The writing is from a glue gun  the bottles were painted with chalk paint.

The bottles are plastic vitamin bottles. The writing is from a glue gun the bottles were painted with chalk paint.

Enchanting Halloween Lanterns: Turn Mason Jars into Lanterns and Explore Light with Children

Enchanting Halloween Lanterns

Enchanting Halloween Lanterns: Turn Mason Jars into Lanterns and Explore Light with Children

Make these DIY teal pumpkins to place on your front porch this Halloween. The teal pumpkins let parents and their kids with allergies know you have non-food treats for trick or treaters. Help spread awareness for the Teal Pumpkin Project and make trick or treating safe and fun for everyone! Step 1. Cover ceramic pumpkin with 2-3 coats of teal paint. Step 2. Paint stems black. Step 3. Cover stem in Mod Podge once black paint is dry. Step 4. Sprinkle fine black glitter on stem!

Make these DIY teal pumpkins to place on your front porch this Halloween. The teal pumpkins let parents and their kids with allergies know you have non-food treats for trick or treaters. Help spread awareness for the Teal Pumpkin Project and make trick or treating safe and fun for everyone! Step 1. Cover ceramic pumpkin with 2-3 coats of teal paint. Step 2. Paint stems black. Step 3. Cover stem in Mod Podge once black paint is dry. Step 4. Sprinkle fine black glitter on stem!

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