Pumpkin Ideas

Inspired design

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The pattern gives it an aztec look - as if it came from an ancient civilization, appearing only over halloween, like a mysterious relic. Ok, maybe that's a bit much of a description, but it sure is neat!

Inspired design

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The pattern gives it an aztec look - as if it came from an ancient civilization, appearing only over halloween, like a mysterious relic. Ok, maybe that's a bit much of a description, but it sure is neat!

Inspired design

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The pattern gives it an aztec look - as if it came from an ancient civilization, appearing only over halloween, like a mysterious relic. Ok, maybe that's a bit much of a description, but it sure is neat!

Try Traditional

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Rather than use a textured fabric paint, this idea uses a phosphorescent paint that was brushed around the pumpkin. The eyes and mouth were left untouched, and outlined for emphasis.

Try Traditional

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Rather than use a textured fabric paint, this idea uses a phosphorescent paint that was brushed around the pumpkin. The eyes and mouth were left untouched, and outlined for emphasis.

Try Traditional

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Rather than use a textured fabric paint, this idea uses a phosphorescent paint that was brushed around the pumpkin. The eyes and mouth were left untouched, and outlined for emphasis.

Try more colors

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Starting off with a colorful base coat can really make your glowing patterns stand out in different ways. With such an array of phosphorescent colors available to paint with you can create a color scheme that can truly stand out and impress.

Try more colors

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Starting off with a colorful base coat can really make your glowing patterns stand out in different ways. With such an array of phosphorescent colors available to paint with you can create a color scheme that can truly stand out and impress.

Try more colors

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Starting off with a colorful base coat can really make your glowing patterns stand out in different ways. With such an array of phosphorescent colors available to paint with you can create a color scheme that can truly stand out and impress.

howl at the moon

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You can do a lot with a using masking tape as a stencil. This one is a silhouette of a wolf against the moon. First the entire pumpkin was painted with Krylon fusion white spray paint. Second a circle was painted with blue glow spray paint, by using a round cutout template that was pressed against the pumpkin. Third, a black vinly cutout of the wolf and trees was pressed into the circle. The end result is awesome!

howl at the moon

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You can do a lot with a using masking tape as a stencil. This one is a silhouette of a wolf against the moon. First the entire pumpkin was painted with Krylon fusion white spray paint. Second a circle was painted with blue glow spray paint, by using a round cutout template that was pressed against the pumpkin. Third, a black vinly cutout of the wolf and trees was pressed into the circle. The end result is awesome!

howl at the moon

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You can do a lot with a using masking tape as a stencil. This one is a silhouette of a wolf against the moon. First the entire pumpkin was painted with Krylon fusion white spray paint. Second a circle was painted with blue glow spray paint, by using a round cutout template that was pressed against the pumpkin. Third, a black vinly cutout of the wolf and trees was pressed into the circle. The end result is awesome!

Glowing teeth

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By painting teeth you get this awesome effect of glowing teeth on your jack-o-lantern. It's a fun way to integrate glow-paint without having to paint everything, and just one little detail.

Glowing teeth

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By painting teeth you get this awesome effect of glowing teeth on your jack-o-lantern. It's a fun way to integrate glow-paint without having to paint everything, and just one little detail.

Glowing teeth

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By painting teeth you get this awesome effect of glowing teeth on your jack-o-lantern. It's a fun way to integrate glow-paint without having to paint everything, and just one little detail.

Inspired design

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The pattern gives it an aztec look - as if it came from an ancient civilization, appearing only over halloween, like a mysterious relic. Ok, maybe that's a bit much of a description, but it sure is neat!

Try Traditional

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Rather than use a textured fabric paint, this idea uses a phosphorescent paint that was brushed around the pumpkin. The eyes and mouth were left untouched, and outlined for emphasis.

Try more colors

Found at:blogspot.com

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Starting off with a colorful base coat can really make your glowing patterns stand out in different ways. With such an array of phosphorescent colors available to paint with you can create a color scheme that can truly stand out and impress.

howl at the moon

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You can do a lot with a using masking tape as a stencil. This one is a silhouette of a wolf against the moon. First the entire pumpkin was painted with Krylon fusion white spray paint. Second a circle was painted with blue glow spray paint, by using a round cutout template that was pressed against the pumpkin. Third, a black vinly cutout of the wolf and trees was pressed into the circle. The end result is awesome!

Glowing teeth

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By painting teeth you get this awesome effect of glowing teeth on your jack-o-lantern. It's a fun way to integrate glow-paint without having to paint everything, and just one little detail.

Inspired design

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The pattern gives it an aztec look - as if it came from an ancient civilization, appearing only over halloween, like a mysterious relic. Ok, maybe that's a bit much of a description, but it sure is neat!

Inspired design

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The pattern gives it an aztec look - as if it came from an ancient civilization, appearing only over halloween, like a mysterious relic. Ok, maybe that's a bit much of a description, but it sure is neat!

Try Traditional

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Rather than use a textured fabric paint, this idea uses a phosphorescent paint that was brushed around the pumpkin. The eyes and mouth were left untouched, and outlined for emphasis.

Try more colors

Found at:blogspot.com

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Starting off with a colorful base coat can really make your glowing patterns stand out in different ways. With such an array of phosphorescent colors available to paint with you can create a color scheme that can truly stand out and impress.

howl at the moon

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You can do a lot with a using masking tape as a stencil. This one is a silhouette of a wolf against the moon. First the entire pumpkin was painted with Krylon fusion white spray paint. Second a circle was painted with blue glow spray paint, by using a round cutout template that was pressed against the pumpkin. Third, a black vinly cutout of the wolf and trees was pressed into the circle. The end result is awesome!

howl at the moon

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You can do a lot with a using masking tape as a stencil. This one is a silhouette of a wolf against the moon. First the entire pumpkin was painted with Krylon fusion white spray paint. Second a circle was painted with blue glow spray paint, by using a round cutout template that was pressed against the pumpkin. Third, a black vinly cutout of the wolf and trees was pressed into the circle. The end result is awesome!

Glowing teeth

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By painting teeth you get this awesome effect of glowing teeth on your jack-o-lantern. It's a fun way to integrate glow-paint without having to paint everything, and just one little detail.

Glowing teeth

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By painting teeth you get this awesome effect of glowing teeth on your jack-o-lantern. It's a fun way to integrate glow-paint without having to paint everything, and just one little detail.

Inspired design

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The pattern gives it an aztec look - as if it came from an ancient civilization, appearing only over halloween, like a mysterious relic. Ok, maybe that's a bit much of a description, but it sure is neat!

Try Traditional

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Rather than use a textured fabric paint, this idea uses a phosphorescent paint that was brushed around the pumpkin. The eyes and mouth were left untouched, and outlined for emphasis.

Try more colors

Found at:blogspot.com

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Starting off with a colorful base coat can really make your glowing patterns stand out in different ways. With such an array of phosphorescent colors available to paint with you can create a color scheme that can truly stand out and impress.

howl at the moon

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You can do a lot with a using masking tape as a stencil. This one is a silhouette of a wolf against the moon. First the entire pumpkin was painted with Krylon fusion white spray paint. Second a circle was painted with blue glow spray paint, by using a round cutout template that was pressed against the pumpkin. Third, a black vinly cutout of the wolf and trees was pressed into the circle. The end result is awesome!

Glowing teeth

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By painting teeth you get this awesome effect of glowing teeth on your jack-o-lantern. It's a fun way to integrate glow-paint without having to paint everything, and just one little detail.

Winged Bug

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Winged Bug

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Winged Bug

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Vampire Teeth

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Vampire Teeth

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Vampire Teeth

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Easy Ribbon

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Easy Ribbon

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Easy Ribbon

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Simple Smileys

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Simple Smileys

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Simple Smileys

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Sleeping Babies

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Sleeping Babies

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Sleeping Babies

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Pumpkin-Eater

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Pumpkin-Eater

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Pumpkin-Eater

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Candle

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Candle

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Candle

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Turkey

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Turkey

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Turkey

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Floral

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Floral

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Floral

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Golden

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Golden

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Golden

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Sparkle Spiral Lines

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Sparkle Spiral Lines

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Sparkle Spiral Lines

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Candy Corn

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Candy Corn

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Candy Corn

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Monsters

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Monsters

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Monsters

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Minions

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Minions

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Minions

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Wire Spirals

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Wire Spirals

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Easy Eyes

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Easy Eyes

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Spooky Tree

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Once you've mastered traditional jack-o-lantern faces, why not try a more detailed scene like a tree with it's own face? To make your tree stand out you'll want to cut out an open backdrop to let light accent all of your trees limbs

Spooky Tree

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Once you've mastered traditional jack-o-lantern faces, why not try a more detailed scene like a tree with it's own face? To make your tree stand out you'll want to cut out an open backdrop to let light accent all of your trees limbs

Neon Drip

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Neon Drip

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Golden Doily

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Golden Doily

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Fall Leaf

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Grab some fresh leaves, gloss sealer glue, a foam brush, and parchment paper to do a fall themed design like this - perfect for thanksgiving or to ring in the season. Try different leaves, or different colors of leaves to make it your own unique design. The time of year determines what color of leaf you have available. Oak and Maple tree leaves would be interesting to try, with their intricate shapes. Delicate and thin leaves will be easier to glue, while thicker and stiffer ones will not.

Fall Leaf

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Grab some fresh leaves, gloss sealer glue, a foam brush, and parchment paper to do a fall themed design like this - perfect for thanksgiving or to ring in the season. Try different leaves, or different colors of leaves to make it your own unique design. The time of year determines what color of leaf you have available. Oak and Maple tree leaves would be interesting to try, with their intricate shapes. Delicate and thin leaves will be easier to glue, while thicker and stiffer ones will not.

Glowing Boo

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Glowing Boo

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Sunflower

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Sunflower

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Stack-O-Lantern

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Stack-O-Lantern

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Pumpkin Babies

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Pumpkin Babies

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Hamburger

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Hamburger

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Bert And Ernie

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Bert And Ernie

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Ron Swanson

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