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Looking for a super easy way to dress up your pumpkins this fall? Grab a bag of confetti and get crafting! For more fall decor ideas see my Fall+ Thanksgiving page.
I love the look of bling on pumpkins. This year instead of using the usual glitter I decided to add some chunky confetti to my faux pumpkins. I wanted there to be a striking contrast to the sparkle of the confetti so I painted my pumpkins with satin white spray paint. The white base background made the confetti pop!
They are super easy to make. Just a little glue and a bag of confetti and your pumpkins come alive! I hope you like them! Here’s how I did it~
- Elmer’s Glue or any kind of adhesive that dries clear
- Faux pumpkins, various sizes
- White Satin Spray Paint, or purchase white faux pumpkins
- Confetti in Various Colors
- Sponge Applicator
Remove your stems and spray paint your pumpkins. Let them dry.
Paint the top of your pumpkins with glue and down the middle of the humps of the pumpkin. I put my confetti on a paper plate and sprinkled it over the pumpkin.
To get the confetti to look like it drips down, I took the sponge applicator and put dots of glue and added the confetti with my fingers. Fill in any holes by adding more glue and confetti. Let them dry and replace the stems. And that’s it! This is such a simple fast project that could be a great kids project too!
LOVE IT? PIN IT!
See more of my Fall Decor Projects~