With everything that’s going on these days, I’m determined to keep the project time on crafts down to a minimum, or else I’ll have a bunch of half-finished crafts hanging around.
This star-studded pumpkin took just a few minutes to make! You can customize it any way you like, and as added bonus, it was practically free to make. The foam pumpkin was left over from last year (but originally $1 from a dollar store). The spray paint was left over from this project. And the brads were free at a craft swap!
It was so refreshing to be able to wrap up a cute craft knowing I didn’t spend an entire afternoon and $50 on it, because we all know that can certainly happen.
You will need:
– Foam pumpkin (I bet a real one would work too!)
– spray paint (optional)
– scrapbooking brads/paper fasteners
If you want to change the original color of the foam pumpkin, spray it with two coats of spray paint. Waiting 15 minutes in between coats. I did the dishes during this time and felt like a big champ.
After you’ve placed your final coat of paint on the pumpkin, wait another 15 minutes or so for it to dry. You want the pumpkin to be dry to the touch.
Then get to poking! You can put as many or as few brads as you would like.
Go ahead and customize your pumpkins by switching up the spray paint color and the type of brads. I’d love to see what you come up with.