When you’ve had the chance to paint your own pumpkin for Christmas, this DIY is for you!
The idea behind the DIY is to paint the pumpkin with a blue paint and paint the top and bottom of the pumpkin.
You could use a spray bottle of paint and an old paintbrush to do this, but I’m sure you could make it a lot easier with a plastic paintbrush and paint brush.
I’ve found that you can paint the bottom of a pumpkin with watercolour paper to give the paint a little more depth, and you could also add some watercolor paints to the bottom.
If you want to add some texture to the paint, you could try adding a little bit of brown paint to the top of the paint.
If you use an old pot paintbrush, you can also spray it onto the paint to add texture to it.
If using paint for a painting, you might also try using paint brushes for a paintbrush that’s been left over from your kitchen paint.
This is really useful if you have a big pumpkin or pumpkin painting kit, but it’s also really useful for painting a few small things like a picture frame or a door.
It’s worth noting that if you’re painting your pumpkin in a dark room, you’ll want to be careful not to damage the paint on the pumpkin by touching it too hard or too fast.
If it’s your first time painting a pumpkin, don’t worry too much about the details of the painting, but make sure you’re able to get good control over the colours you use and not accidentally ruin the colour balance.
I used a few different paints and watercolours to paint my pumpkin for this DIY, and if you’ve got a different palette, you’re probably going to need to do some experimenting to find the one that’s the right one for you.
You can also get a couple of paints for less than £10.