By now you’ve probably seen the marbled fingernail polish look.  But did you know that you can use the same technique to add a marbleized look to other things too?  Aunt Peaches decided to try it out on a pumpkin and the results are truly stunning!  And while it looks like this pumpkin took painstaking hours to paint, you can actually achieve this effect in just a few minutes, no artistic ability required.  Plus it’s a great way to use up some of those colors you never use or ones that are older and starting to get a little gummy.  [how to make marbleized pumpkins]

Project estimate:

  • Nail polish, on hand or $1 and up
  • Pumpkin, $1
  • Water, on hand
  • Bucket, on hand
  • Bamboo skewer, on hand

Total:  $1 and up

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