I bought a small package of real miniature pumpkins for a few dollars and have been having great fun creating all kinds of pumpkins this fall. I shared a picture of this guy after getting a minty paint job on Instagram and was asking for ideas. The resounding answer was gold.
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What supplies do I need to make aNo Carve Mint Green + Gold Pumpkin?
How do I make aNo Carve Mint Green + Gold Pumpkin?
The first step, which I don’t have a picture of is painting your pumpkin. This mint green paint is actually Martha Stewart’s mint green chalkboard paint. I love the color of Martha’s chalkboard mint green paint and the gorgeous finish of the paint. I then painted the stem in a soft grass green acrylic paint.
Next, I drew five dots on an every other pumpkin section spacing with a gold paint pen. I placed the dots at about the halfway point on the pumpkin. These would become the lowest dots in my design.
You can see in the graphic below I showed where I divided my pumpkin.
I love how this little guy turned out! I wish I would have used a faux pumpkin, so I could have him for next year.
He is just soo minty fresh.
Have you done no carve pumpkins in the past? What was your favorite design?
Ready to check out some of my other fun pumpkins from over the years?