Halloween pumpkins are full of possibilities. Especially in terms of color, they are ideal to experiment a little with them. Especially in fall, a time of year when many surprising hues appear. Using a fine-tipped brush, paint an X under the skull to make it look like two bones are crossing. Learn how to make these easy and inexpensive stacked-painted Halloween pumpkins for a modern graphic Halloween display. This inexpensive craft is easy to create from store-bought pumpkins, craft paints, and other basic supplies.
Halloween pumpkins with nice color accents
In addition to accents of color, Halloween pumpkins are the perfect support for horror details. It is a season in which children are already beginning to dream of candies and costumes. The start of a whole festive season until Christmas. We can add pumpkins to our Halloween list. Color details are one of the many ways we can take advantage of them. Painted Halloween pumpkins are a cheery way that you can put a twist on Halloween decorations.
Decorated Halloween pumpkins, interesting floral inspiration
On the other hand, before this party, they are one of the simplest ways to give our home an autumn accent. Each of these projects generally includes pumpkins and paint. So it will not be necessary to spend a lot of time and we will obtain excellent results. It should be added that working with painted pumpkins does not require skills with a knife. As in the cases in which carvings are made with shapes of faces and other figures.
A dynamic combination of sizes and shades for an elegant centerpiece
The samples that we show you in the images are a great example of this. Color combinations and contrasts make Halloween pumpkins the center of attention. According to our intentions, the reasons can vary in many ways. Pumpkins for the Halloween party can have spider webs, witches, and many other ideas. Although it seems complicated, a pumpkin, paint, and some stencils will suffice.
Beautiful contrast by applying some golden elements with the green background-color
As we know, black and orange are the favorite colors during this celebration. This does not exclude other shades such as gold, white and blue. Each of them can be used to create other images in the background such as graveyards or gloomy castles. The results are great as can be seen in some images. In the same way, we can say that it is worth it even if it is necessary to spend more time on it.
An idea for decoration during the Halloween party that will be a success
Especially if we compare it with other proposals in which the pumpkins are simply painted. So we invite you to try some of these beautiful inspirations that are also cool DIY options. For children, in addition to the diversity of colors, pumpkins can have other inspirations. Girls are sure to love Disney’s Frozen. Other variants can include the minions and many more. The truth is that there are no limits, so we can take the painted pumpkins to another level. These renderings of landscapes are a very detailed idea of what can be achieved.
Painted with details and vivid colors of a landscape that identifies the Halloween party
If we do not have enough time, it is not necessary to concentrate on pumpkins with overly elaborate finishes. Halloween pumpkins can be decorated using some confetti or glitter paper in addition to paint. If you prefer, you can add other additional decorations. Another fashion trend is the immersion of the pumpkin in paint. It is also very easy to achieve. Like the polka dot design, it will require very little time. Unlike the top picture with these beautiful scary nightscapes.
Combination of black and orange, two shades that are used frequently on this day
So that the pumpkins do not look out of place it is better to combine them with the Halloween decoration. If, on the other hand, we prefer that they look fashionable and stylish, we must think beyond autumn. The reason is that pumpkins may look out of place as this season passes. To fit any season and celebration we can opt for more elegant pumpkins. To this group are added bright metallic tones, geographical or natural motifs.
A blank variant is sure to be a big surprise with a nice visual impact
Regardless of the style, it may be a chore for some people. However painted pumpkins are a great way to show off our artistic skills. With a little practice and imagination, we will create unique works. Works that will surely cheer us up and change our decoration beyond Halloween and autumn. The clever ideas we show you today are a great starting point. A good combination of flowers, moons, and landscapes evoke the most excitement of this celebration.
Painted Halloween pumpkins ideas to decorate the house
It starts with artisan pumpkins that you can find in many stores. Ideally, it would not have any text or stamp on them. First, you need to remove the stems from two of the pumpkins. Better buy some pumpkins that are made of Styrofoam, which makes them very light.
Then use a wooden stick to hold them together. You can use a knife to poke holes in the center for the stick at the bottom of the pumpkins.
Next, use round stickers to make the polka dot pattern. Or other types of stickers that are in the store. You can use the size you want and then with masking tape vertically over the white pumpkin-like stripes. Then add vertical and horizontal tape to the other orange pumpkin for a plaid look.
Once everything is glued together, cover them with black craft paint.
Once the paint is dry, carefully remove the stickers and tape.
Tips for painting:
Buff the edges of the stickers and tape before painting to make sure they stay in place.
Use a stippling action like you would a stencil around the tape to help prevent paint from seeping through.
A black marker or a small brush with black paint works great for touch-ups.
Black and white painted Halloween pumpkins
For Halloween decorations, we fled with these dazzling painted pumpkins. They allow you to bring the beautiful golden colors of fall indoors with the help of gold glitter. If you have multiple pumpkins to decorate, sticking with the same limited color palette is a great way to create a small pumpkin patch ready to decorate the Halloween table.
What do you need:
Acrylic paint (white, black, and light pink)
Brushes (small, medium, and large)
Glitter (white and gold)
Thick black paper or black cardboard
Pumpkins to decorate
Pencil to draw the design on the pumpkin
Paper and small
containers Replacement container or pot to hold pumpkin while painting Baby wipe or damp cloth
Paint the bottom of your pumpkin. Add a second coat if necessary. Remove the tape. Let dry completely. Supporting the squash in a spare bowl or pot can make this a lot easier.
Use a pencil to draw “BOO” or other designs on the top section of the pumpkin.
Complete the design with white paint. Let dry completely. Using black paint, add stars, dots, or other details to the pink section of the pumpkin. Paint over “BOO” with glue and sprinkle with white glitter. Add some gold details: Paint the stem of the pumpkin with glue and cover it with gold glitter. Select some stars; cover with glue and sprinkle with gold glitter
Apply white paint to your thumb and stamp them vertically over the pumpkin. The stamps don’t need to be long; aim for rounder stamps if possible.
Using a fine tip brush, paint an X under the skull to make it look like two bones are crossing.
Halloween pumpkins painted simple designs
It is great fun to transform your home into a real atmosphere of “horror and suspense”. For this, you can use the proxy idea of a pumpkin painted black and decorated with bats. You can ask the children to participate in this craft since it is not about making specific drawings, simply painting the pumpkins in black and white. For decoration, you can use bats or spiders.
Painted Halloween Pumpkins – Very simple to make, but the result is really fun!
Painting helps many people relax. Our next fun project is also about using paint to decorate a pumpkin.
A white pumpkin
Red acrylic paint
Draw the eyes, nose, and wavy line design for the drip position. Using the red paint, paint from the wavy line to the bottom of the pumpkin. Let air dry. Paint your eyes and nose red too. Let air dry.
Here’s another very original idea. Are you afraid of the dark? These glow-in-the-dark painted pumpkins are here to help lead the way! During the day they look like adorably painted pumpkins, but once night falls, their glow-in-the-dark faces appear. Painting pumpkins don’t have to be difficult if you cut out circular cutouts like stamps to make the process quick and easy.
In addition to the color, they can be the perfect support for messages during Halloween
Decoration for the entrance of the house that the little ones will love
Color contrasts and possible effects by applying a little paint on the pumpkins
There are many different color possibilities that can be combined at home