Well, HELLO! Welcome back my friends! Thank you so much for stopping by to check out my White Pumpkin Tutorial. Fall is almost here and I’m super excited to start decorating our home for the new season! Last week I shared a picture on Instagram of our Dining Room Fall Tour HERE, where I used a bunch of white pumpkins to decorate our table.
Many of our AWESOME readers asked me where I found the cute pumpkins. Well, the truth is that they all came from Wal-Mart and the Dollar Store! To make these ordinary pumpkins into extraordinary ones you’ll need just a few cans of spray paints and 10 minutes of your time… Let me show you how and we’ll make them together!
Artificial Assorted Pumpkins – You can find them at Wal-Mart, Dollar Store or HERE
White Flat Spray Paint – Find It HERE
White Spray Primer – Find It HERE
The first thing we are going to do is remove the stems. Before you pull it out make sure to gently turn the stem side to side until it becomes loose. Carefully use your fingers to pull the stems out of the pumpkin.
Follow the directions on the can to prime the pumpkins. This will help the spray paint stick to the surface of the pumpkins and to avoid runs.
Let the primer dry before you move on to the next step!
When the pumpkins are dry, spray paint them in white or any other color you like.
At the end of the tutorial you can see other colors that I’ve used before. Do what you love… You can’t go wrong with that!
I love how simple but beautiful white pumpkins look. Do you like them?
Here they are on our dining table. They make a great centerpiece!
Click HERE to take a tour of our dining room… There are tons of Fall Decor Ideas there that you may like!
Give this tutorial a try… So easy!
Here are some other pumpkin projects and recipes that our readers love!
DIY Pumpkin Jar Tutorial HERE
Pumpkin Cookie Recipe & Printable HERE
Best Pumpkin Recipes HERE
Gold Pumpkin Votive Tutorial HERE
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