Easy Coastal Pumpkins

Easy Coastal Pumpkins

Materials:

  1. Pumpkin
  2. Glitter blast spray paint (I used Sapphire shimmer and Sparkling waters) I purchase mine HERE
  3. Hot glue and glue gun
  4. Sea Shells, Starfish and other embellishments
  5. Hemp or twine
  6. Spray Glue or other glue
  7. Sand
  8. Scissors
  9. White spray paint (to give your pumpkin a base coat)

Directions

    1. Clean the outside of your pumpkin
    2. Spray a base coat (I used a white spray paint)
    3. Spray your pumpkin with your 2 blue glitter sprays (I used the dark for the bottom and faded the lighter blue up the top)
    4. Once dry spray or apply an adhesive to the top of the pumpkin and add sand
    5. Wrap the stem with hemp or other twine (hot glue into place)
    6. Hot glue on your shells and other embelishments

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11 Comments

  1. Nancy L

    That is so tacky looking, and it doesn’t help that the stem looks like a penis!

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    1. Sheena (Post author)

      I am sorry you feel that way, it did however make for a quick fun pumpkin craft 😉

      Reply
      1. Dawn Davis

        You’re being much nicer than I would have. What a jerk this person is…..If you have nothing nice to say, then say nothing at all. I, myself, think this pumpkin is beautiful!

        Reply
        1. Sheena (Post author)

          Thank you so much I greatly appreciate it 🙂

          Reply
      2. Nana Fowler

        Some folks need their glasses adjusted as well as their attitude. The stem looks like a stem for pity sake.

        Reply
    2. Nana Fowler

      Very pretty pumpkin – would be proud to display it.

      Reply
  2. Caron

    Pretty darn cute! Sharing on our facebook page today –

    Reply
  3. Carole

    Looks like the perfect pumpkin for any little Mermaids out there.

    Reply
  4. PVH

    I love this! Would be much fun to have a pumpkin with a beach look!

    Reply
  5. Kay

    Love this. I have 2 pumpkins and a bunch of shells that I had for 17 yes and didn’t know what to do with. Just need to get the paint and a few other things

    Reply
  6. Jan

    I live at the beach in California. I think this is cute, making it today.

    Reply

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