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Want some fun, girly decor for Halloween? Your little princess will love making this pretty no carve Cinderella pumpkin for Halloween.
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I’m getting a little obsessed this year with no-carve pumpkins. If you saw my kitchen counters and table right now, you’d think that Halloween exploded inside my house! I’ve already made a Melted Crayon Pumpkin (it got crazy messy, as you can see in this video) and a Sparkly Gold Pumpkin.
I just can’t seem to stop. It doesn’t help that Dollar Tree has these foam pumpkins for $1. I started with six but keep going back for more. If you can’t find them at Dollar Tree, you can get them on Amazon (just not for $1).
Sometimes when I’m decorating them, I have an idea in mind. Other times, I just make it up as I go. All I knew this time was that I wanted to use this pretty blue paint. It’s actually just a paint sample from when we painted my daughter’s room but I found it in the garage last week and was just waiting for the right project.
Once I’d painted the pumpkin, I went through my box of goodies and found these fun gems. I knew they’d look pretty against the blue.
The ribbon had adhesive backing so I glued strands vertically around the pumpkin. Then I used hot glue to attach the large gems.
That’s all there was to it. It seriously doesn’t get much easier. I didn’t plan for it to have a Cinderella theme but I my brain is filled with so many Disney princess ideas that I guess I just couldn’t help myself…a new one just popped out without even trying!
This is why I always have plenty of bling on hand! It transformed an ugly orange pumpkin until a beautiful Cinderella pumpkin. Does that make me the fairy godmother?
The great thing is that you can easily change it up with different colored paints and gems. My daughters and I are girly girls all the way so I see lots more of these in our future!
I love this Cinderella pumpkin so much that I’m thinking I might make a Belle pumpkin next. What kind of princess pumpkin would you make?
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