I love white pumpkins, don't you? Well, I ended up picking up three small ones the other day and decided to alter them to get our home into the October mood. So cute, don't you think?
For the first altered pumpkin, I took strips of vintage wallpaper that I doused with Mod Podge front and back and adhered it to a segment of the pumpkin.
To make it really stick, you gotta get your fingers dirty and burnish the paper onto the pumpkin. (You can also take a sharp craft knife to cut off the excess.)
Then I followed in like fashion with strips of sheet music.
And then I added black polka dots by using the eraser of a pencil and black acrylic paint. (My favorite way of making polka dots.)
For the second altered pumpkin, I trimmed and then adhered a kraft colored coffee filter to the bottom of the pumpkin with more Mod Podge.
Then I cut a strip of wallpaper with freeform scallops and adhered that onto the pumpkin.
And then a bit of trim.
And for the third altered pumpkin, I used circle paper punches to punch book text and adhered onto the pumpkin, followed by more black polka dots.
So fun. So easy. Hope you have fun getting your home in the mood for all the goodness that this fall season holds.
Happy crafting. :)