Spray Painted Pumpkins

Spray Painted Pumpkin

If you have been following my blog you know I made my Spooky Wispy Wreath by spray painting silver pumpkins white for a more eerie look. Well now the rest of my decor just didn’t match, so what better to do? Get out the old spray paint and get to work! I found these cool Green Sparkly Halloween Alphabet Chipbox Letters and decided to use them to bling them up too!

how to spray paint pumpkins white

Spray Painted Pumpkins {Real & Faux}

Supplies:

  • 2 cans White matte spray paint
  • 1 can grey or white primer spray paint
  • 1 can brown/bronze spray paint
  • masking tape
  • green glitter Chipbox Letters

Instructions:

First tape up your stems. You will see in the pic, 3 of my pumpkins are real. You need to use a primer to cover the orange and make the white apply and cover the pumpkin easier. Also it saves paint. I used 2 cans of white and 3/4 of a can of primer to do them all. Let them dry. Then I lightly misted them with a brown bronzey color I had on hand so they wouldn’t be too, too white.

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Next I hot glued the very cool cardboard letters on. Super easy and soo much better and faster than a stencil. Love it!

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25 thoughts on “Spray Painted Pumpkins

  1. Love that glittered lettering! It looks awesome! Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I’ll be featuring this today! Hope you had a great weekend!
    Jenn 🙂

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