I found these really cute pumpkins at Walmart this week. They’ve got a neat shape to them, but they don’t really look real. In fact, they don’t look real at all. They’ve got this weird pale yellow color that just looks….strange.
So, I picked up two of them. They are available in many sizes, but I chose two medium sized ones. I had a neat idea in mind for them and as cheap as they are, I really couldn’t pass them up.
I dragged out my chalk paint stash and immediately slathered a coat of white chalk paint on them.
If you’re new to chalk paint, you’ll need to know that everything you paint has an ugly stage. And that ugly stage is usually solved by adding a second coat. I was pretty pleased with the pumpkin after the second coat.
I think adding the white paint to the pumpkin makes it much more real-looking, don’t you?
I cannot wait to show you all what I decided to do with them… in fact, if you visit the blog on Wednesday, I’ll show you.
Have a wonderful week!
I don’t know about you all, but the closer we get to fall, the happier I am. I’ve even begun to make a few fall crafts. Since we have been stuck at home due to Hurricane Florence and the subsequent flooding, I decided to make some cute fall printables to share with you all. As always, right click on the pictures to share to your device. For best results, do not print larger than 11×14. Enjoy, but if you share them, please tag me in the link.
First up: one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite books: Any Anne of Green Gables fans in the house?
Here in the South, “y’all” is more than a colloquial contraction for “you all.” It’s a way of life! And we really do say “happy fall, y’all .” I promise☺
Here’s a similarly themed printable with a cute little pumpkin.
This one displays sideways but it will print just fine.
I hope you all enjoy these free printables. Please remember these are for personal use only- not for commercial. If you share these, please tag me. More fall crafty goodies will be heading your way soon.
Have a wonderful week.