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Make Fall Mod Podge Pumpkins

29 September 2011 6,115 views 4 Comments

by melinda

Mod Podge Pumpkins

Today I fell in love with a some Mod Podge pumpkins. Aren't they cute?! And they can be customized depending on the size and type of paper you use! Random Thoughts of a Supermom goes back to 2009 for this tutorial, with the help of her kids.  If you try this project, please share your results with us on our Facebook page!  [how to make fall Mod Podge pumpkins]

Project estimate:
  • Plastic pumpkins, $1
  • Scrabook paper, on hand
  • Mod Podge, on hand
  • Paint brushes, on hand
Total: $1

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4 Comments »

  • Peg said:

    So cute. Even I could do this!!

  • My Made Up Story said:

    These are adorable!

  • JaneEllen Jones said:

    I can’t get enuf of all the fun, awesome ModPodge products and projects. So great to play with over the summer. I hope our Michaels in Grand Junction has some of it at least. They’re kinda slow to get new things on the market. I’ve gone in asking for things I”ve seen in magazines or online and they don’t know what I’m talking about. I asked if they didn’t have a purchasing agent/mgr. that keeps up with the new merging products and I didn’t get an answer I love being able to try out new stuff. So glad to be able to keep up with new online.

  • JaneEllen Jones said:

    Loving the pumpkins, the paper that was used is so colorful and cheerful.

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