I used the P pages…you know, P for pumpkins!
It’s really very easy, you just wet the paper with Mod Podge, wet the pumpkin and then put the paper on the pumpkin and smooth it out with the brush. Don’t push too hard or you will be recovering that area!
Make sure all the surface of the pumpkin is covered and coat with one or two coats of Mod Podge to seal the pumpkin.
I covered the face on mine and just let the paper sort of settle in those areas. I like how the mouth is minimally defined.
I had cut out the words around pumpkin so I could paste it on when I was done with all the layers. So here it is, right by pump, pumpernickel, and pumpkin seed.
So this is a great idea for kids or grown ups as well! Mine went into my bushel of pumpkins for the MDA family fundraiser!
Yup, it’s buried in that basket full of mostly handmade pumpkins!
I am linking to these great parties here!