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Nice Girl Notes: 1.Spray with white paint. 2.Spray a coat of silver paint. I actually did this while the white paint was still wet. I wanted the white paint to “move around” a little bit and give the pumpkins some texture. It worked, I think, although it’s hard to tell from these pictures. My original plan was to cover them with silver foil leaf to add a little depth, but I liked them so much that I skipped that step.

DIY: Faux Painted Pumpkins Tutorial - turn those cheap plastic orange pumpkins into stylish, expensive looking decor - Tutorial with detailed steps including paint colors used to get this look.

Fun and fast pumpkin decorating ideas! Scoop out as MUCH of the pumpkin as you can first. This is a good one where the walls don't have to be as thick for details. Line the pumpkin with tinfoil after you've scooped it out and drilled holes, then take a tool bunch (or metal skewer) and punch holes in the tinfoil. The reflection from the foil will make your pumpkin appear brighter.

dollar store glasses, sticker letters, fill with cinnamon sticks, pine cones, acorns, etc...would be cute with last name, too.

Make dessert stands using dollar store tart pans and candle sticks - spray paint & voila!

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Dollar Store Crafts

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Mint & Gold Pumpkin Materials needed: Pumpkin Mint green paint Sassy Hippo Gold Prism Glitter Spray adhesive