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painted pumpkin

Posted by gracie01 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 16, 08 at 22:04

I bought this foam pumpking last year for half price. It was an ugly gold color, so I just painted it with 3 coats of Folk Art Warm White, then sprayed with a sealer. I plan to paint one side for Thanksgiving. Will post if & when I do.

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RE: painted pumpkin

Neat idea. It already looks good, but I know once you paint it with a design I'll like it even more! ha ~Anj

RE: painted pumpkin

I was reading a blog the other day, and she had spray painted an orange faux pumpkin with some brown to tone down the orange. The white pumpkins are really popular, so your idea to paint your's this warm white is right in fashion. I agree it looks good now, but can't wait to see what you paint on it. I'm envisioning it with just a black haunted house shape or maybe some words. TFS Luvs

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