Two pumpkins, glue, paper, scissors, and a few straight pins are all you need to create this wide-eye friend. First stack a round pumpkin (for the head) on top of a larger, oblong pumpkin (for the body). (Secure with hot glue if needed.) Use our free patterns and construction paper to create the owl's clever features.
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Tape the stencil to the pumpkin and use a foam stencil paintbrush and acrylic paint to create the pattern. Repeat as desired. Take note: You don't have to put your pumpkins out to pasture once Halloween is over. Display your handiwork year after year with artificial, carvable pumpkins. Get the templates. SHOP PAINT
To render the glowing silhouettes, we used two techniques: The bright candelabrum and goblet are cut through the pumpkins' walls, while the textured quill and skull are pared gently from the outer shells. Pumpkins of different hues, including white Lumina, a green-gray Jarrahdale, and burnt-orange cheese pumpkins, add tonal variety.
We gathered up over 50 of the BEST Pumpkin Decorating Ideas and you are going to absolutely LOVE these! Everything from cute, scary, and beautiful. Your kids can help create lots of these fun ideas and your house will be a big hit for Halloween
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