This post is sponsored by BEHR paints - all ideas and opinions are my own.
Halloween is less than a week away. Can you believe it? I feel like this year is flying right along and before we know it will be (dare I say) Christmas! I am really not ready for Christmas because I feel like Fall only just began. I finally finished Halloween crafts and costumes only to switch modes in the blink of an eye. I had a few Halloween things I had bought and needed to be decorated before Friday. Trying to keep with my glam Halloween decorations I made a rhinestone pumpkin using BEHR paint, rhinestones and a paper mache pumpkin. It was cheap and it was easy. What more could you ask for?
- Foam brush
- Paper mache pumpkin
- BEHR paint (I used a sample size of Flaming Torch PPU3-03)
- Krazy Glue
Paint the entire pumpkin and allow it to dry completely. Once the pumpkin is dry use Krazy Glue to adhere rhinestones. Add as many rhinestones as you would like until your pumpkin is finished. Then find a place to put your pumpkin on display. Since this pumpkin doesn't scream Halloween I will probably keep it out through Thanksgiving!
Off subject but I have to say I am exhausted. I hope that my little guy let's me get some rest these next few nights or I might not make it through Trick-or-Treating! He is getting in his bottom two eye teeth and has been running a fever on top of non-stop crying. I never remember my other three getting this way when they had a tooth coming in but this is how he has been every time. I try giving him Motrin but he gets himself so worked up over it he usually ends up throwing it all back up within five minutes. I know one day I will miss these days so I am doing my best to cherish them even when they aren't pretty!
Which leads me to this - with four kids to chase after my favorite kind of pumpkins are fake - how about you? Burning Torch was the perfect BEHR color for this pumpkin!
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