I love painting my pumpkins for Halloween holiday. I’m a painter and crafter at heart and I love for the Halloween decorations to last for a long time.
I wanted to try some new paints from the Martha Stewart craft line, and I thought a witch silhouette pumpkin would be perfect excuse.
The three paints I used are:
First I painted a primer paint on.
Next, a layer or two of glow-in-the-dark green paint.
After this layer was dry, I created a template for a witch silhouette, cut it out, and traced onto the front of my pumpkin.
Then I filled in the witch silhouette with the chalkboard paint.
You can grab your own copy of the witch silhouette here.
Now the fun part – decorating your witch! I love these wet chalk markers, and I had so much fun coloring in her face and putting details in the hair and hat. The best part is, you can wipe it off and create a new face every day if you like!
Happy Pumpkin Crafting!
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