This fall, I’m turning my love of pumpkin decor into a full-time job.
My goal is to create and decorate a set of handmade decorations that will be perfect for Fall decorations.
This week, I wanted to share my top tips and tricks to get you started.
The Pumpkin Project I started out with a blank sheet of paper.
I knew I wanted something to decorate my home with, so I drew up a list of ideas.
I started by finding an easy way to make a large, white, decorative pumpkin with the goal of adding some color and contrast to the room.
To do this, I used a white paint brush.
I would add a small amount of paint over the edges and let it dry for several hours.
After a couple hours, I could use my fingers to remove the paint, using my fingers as a scraper.
I then applied a layer of white paint on top of the white paint and then sprayed the rest of the paint over it.
I repeated this process until I had the desired look.
The pumpkin would be finished by removing any excess paint and sanding it down.
This method made it easy to work with and I liked how easy it was to get the finished look.
My favorite way to work on a pumpkin was to use a paintbrush, a metal brush, or a glass brush.
My kids love the craft.
They loved seeing the finished product.
I’m sure my children would love this too!
The Best of both worlds I love using paint brushes for this, because I’m a paint guy and they love to use their brushes.
It’s a fun way to get creative.
The best thing about this process is that you can paint in any color you want, which is always a plus.
I like to paint in a lighter shade of blue or brown, as I don’t want them to get confused with my kitchen.
If you like this process, then it would be great to find a friend who does as well!
Once you have your pumpkin, you can decorate it with a wide variety of colors.
I used chocolate cake decorations this time, which were the perfect mix of colors to create a beautiful, vibrant, and decorative display.
If I were to create an exact copy of this pumpkin, I would paint the pumpkin with a large piece of chocolate cake and then top it off with some of the other decorations.
It would look just as cute if you made it in the same way.
You can also decorate your pumpkin by adding a dollop of chocolate icing, but this is an optional step.
Once you’ve made your pumpkin decorations, you’ll want to get some white fabric and add it to the sides.
Then, put the pumpkin on the white fabric to create the pumpkin wall.
This will make it easier to decorat the pumpkin during the day and easier to make decorations at night.
When you’re finished decorating your pumpkin wall, use your fingers to carefully remove the white from the pumpkin.
The white will be easier to work and the color will be more vibrant and vibrant and more vibrant.
Now, go ahead and start decorating!
Make your own Pumpkin Decorating Ideas to Start: How to Make Your Own Pumpkin Decors Ideas Print Ingredients 1 inch of white or blue fabric 1/2 cup of melted butter 1/4 cup of flour 1 teaspoon of salt 1 teaspoon white sugar 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray and line it with parchment paper.
Using your fingers, carefully cut a circle about 1 inch long and 2 inches wide with a ruler.
Cut the circle into 1/16-inch strips.
Cut each strip into 1 inch pieces.
Place one of the strips on the baking sheet.
Cut a hole in the middle of the piece of fabric.
Using a knife or sharp knife, cut each strip in half.
Then put one strip on top, then the other.
Repeat this process for the remaining strips.
The color will go from a lighter brown to a darker brown to an even lighter brown.
Place the pieces of fabric on the prepared baking sheet and bake for 20 to 25 minutes.
You want them very soft and chewy.
Once they’re cooked, they’ll fall apart easily.
Let them cool completely on the sheet before putting them on the counter to cool completely.
For the chocolate icing: In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, salt, sugar, and vanilla extract until it becomes a sticky paste.
Using an electric mixer, cream together the cream and sugar until light and fluffy.
You should have a fluffy, smooth, golden-brown sauce.
Spoon the mixture over the chocolate and add some vanilla.
I sprinkled a small dollop on top.
When it’s cooled completely, sprinkle some more chocolate icing over the top of it.
Repeat for the last chocolate layer.
Let the icing sit for 10 minutes to soften and set.
Cut your chocolate into strips and