Welcome back to the color Gold challenge. This is your CSI Girl again and I have another pumpkin idea.
I am loving gold as part of my fall decor this year and this pumpkin obviously shows that.
This time I wanted to create a beadboard pumpkin frame. So, I took an old back from a picture frame and simply glued it to the back of the pumpkin.
To the front, I glued a small christmas ornament that I got for a $1 at Michael’s. It is a frame.
I didn’t think it was big enough for a picture so I just painted the letter B for our last name.
This pumpkin features gold accents and this was easy to do. I spray painted the pumpkin and frame a Paprika color first. Then, I added my metallic gold paint to the edges. I wanted more of a glammed up look so I took one of my Martha Stewart Adhesive stencils and added a scrolly design to my pumpkin. Get your own by clicking the picture below. They are fabulous and perfect for glass painting as well! Try it out!
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I love how my fancy pants Pumpkin turned out and it goes perfectly in my dining room. This will be a great addition to my Thanksgiving table as well.
Beautiful! I love it!!!
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