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CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY!

CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY!

Hey guys! I’m totally in the Christmas giving spirit this year and I’m going to gift one lucky mama something — NICE! I’m having my first GIVEAWAY to say thank you to all my readers and support! Just a few of my favorite things to […]

Creative Unicorn, Monster and Cat Pumpkins for Kids

Creative Unicorn, Monster and Cat Pumpkins for Kids

Part two of decorating pumpkins! Because y’all know how much we LOVE decorating pumpkins. Last week we made really cute and colorful drip paint pumpkins, which I thought was a big success. This week, as per my daughter, we decided to make creative unicorn pumpkins, […]

Colorful Rainbow No Carve Drip Paint Pumpkins

Colorful Rainbow No Carve Drip Paint Pumpkins

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It’s pumpkin season! Everyone knows, that’s my favorite season. Because we LOVE decorating pumpkins.

Easy No Carve Drip Paint Pumpkins

We’ve made glittered pumpkins and jeweled pumpkins but never did we try – rainbow drip paint pumpkins.

Until… NOW.

Easy No Carve Drip Paint Pumpkins

These were so fun to make. All we needed was some acrylic paint and mini pumpkins. We got some in both white and orange. And we just simply poured paint on top of the pumpkin all around and let it drip, layering the paint as we went. We used rainbow colors for the one above.

Easy No Carve Drip Paint Pumpkins

For this one, my daughter’s 10 year old friend, painted the pumpkin pink and then poured pastel ‘unicorn’ colors with some silver sparkle.

Easy No Carve Drip Paint Pumpkins

We painted this one black and poured some white on top. The bottle was almost empty so we created this splatter effect by squirting the remains of the paint all around.

Easy No Carve Drip Paint Pumpkins

My daughter who’s 6, painted this one rainbow colors and then poured white paint on top.

Easy No Carve Drip Paint Pumpkins

We also painted the stems all gold. Because what’s a pumpkin without some gold?

So colorful and pretty.

This project is super simple to do, but can get a little messy, so just make sure to have something on the bottom to catch all the paint. And don’t forget to let it DRY completely before touching them.

Get creative and go crazy with paint! WE DID. Happy pumpkin month!

*We used mostly outdoor acrylic paint. Because we are planning to put them outside. You can find them at Michael’s or any art store. You can also buy similar ones here. (Affiliate link.)

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Easy, Accessible and Effective Way to Organize Kids Arts and Crafts to Get your Kids Creative 

Easy, Accessible and Effective Way to Organize Kids Arts and Crafts to Get your Kids Creative 

This past summer, I made sure to have a variety of cool, colorful and fun art supplies to carry us through the break. A lot of the stuff I found on sale and hoarded it into my closet until vacay started. Similar to my previous […]

Painting Flower Rocks with Paint Markers

Painting Flower Rocks with Paint Markers

I wish I was a crazy plant lady, with a crazy talented green thumb. Flowers and plants everywhere. But I’m not. I have a hard enough time keeping my succulents alive. A couple of years ago, I created a mini garden for my then toddler […]

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

Simple Candy-Free Easter Egg Ideas for Kids

Simple Candy-Free Easter Egg Ideas for Kids

If there’s one thing that doesn’t go old in our house, it’s beads. My daughter loves making jewelry. As do I. And I thought, why not fill some clear plastic eggs with beads and string. It’s colorful. It’s shiny. It’s not as good as candy, […]