Monday, October 22, 2012

Easy Bling Pumpkin DIY


Are you ready for Halloween?  It's only 10 days away!!

But don't worry if you've been so busy you haven't made any decorations for your home....
because today I am showing you a
super quick and Easy Bling Pumpkin DIY!

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You can give your pumpkin this glam Rhinestone necklace!
Easy Bling Pumpkin DIY from Setting for Four #Halloween #Pumpkin Bling # Glam Pumpkin


Materials:




Artificial Pumpkins - Dollar Store
White craft Paint - Dollar Store
Rhinestones - Dollar Store
Crafting Paint brush
Small scissors

Tutorial:

- Using paint brush, paint pumpkins with two coats of white craft paint or until orange color is completely covered.
- Remove rhinestones from packaging.  These Rhinestones peel off as one strip in a wavy design.
- With scissors cut the strip into smaller pieces and place them onto the top of the pumpkin close to the stem in a random pattern as shown below.  Take the last piece and drape it down the side of the pumpkin as shown.
Ta-da!!  Your pumpkin has now been Blinged!!



So have you bought your Halloween candy yet?  Ready for those little trick or treaters??

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Written by Heather at Setting for Four

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25 comments:

  1. Now that's a Jerseylicious pumpkin if I've ever seen one!!
    Kelly

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    1. Ha!! You know I have a little Jersey in me somewhere girlfriend!!

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  2. So classy and elegant! And on a nice budget to boot! You're after my heart I think. I would love for you to stop by Whimsically Homemade and link this up at our Mixer Monday Link Party. Hope to see you there! http://whimsicallyhomemade.blogspot.com/2012/10/mixer-monday-link-up-6.html

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    1. Thanks So much for the invite and the sweet compliments - off to check out your party!!

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  3. I love this simple, yet elegant way to dress up an ordinary pumpkin. Great idea and thank you for sharing the tutorial. Found you at Coastal Charm:-)

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    1. Thanks Betsy! This was super inexpensive too! Glad you like it :)

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  4. Stunning! It's a nice and unique change from the ordinary orange pumpkins. Beautiful job :) I saw you on Coastal Charm. Have a great day!

    Blessings,
    Stephanie
    www.theechantingrose.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Stephanie - wow such sweet comments!!

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  5. Everything's better with bling and your pumpkins are stunning!

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    1. Ha! Carol - I like the way you think!!! I agree! Bling is best!

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  6. So pretty and it looks really easy!

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  7. They really do look so elegant! Fun way to do pumpkins. And NO! I'm totally NOT ready for Halloween. My son hasn't even decided what he want to be so it will be last minute rushing here. :)

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    1. Sherry, I am rushing too to get my son's costume ready!!! He wants to go as an explorer and wants brown leather pants!! Really!!! I'm going to have to wing those!! Thanks for your lovely comments!

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  8. I love your blingy pumpkin :-) Now I want to go dress up mine in some sparkly rhinestones!

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    1. They are so pretty aren't they? I think I will leave them out until Christmas!

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  9. that is gorgeous! I love your version of a bling pumpkin -- dynamite (www.dianeschuller.com/blog)

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    1. So glad you like it Diane!! I am blinging up a whole lot of pumpkins right now! Perfect to plunk into a basket on the coffee table!

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    1. Just like you Mary Beth!! Hugs for the sweet comments girlie :)

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  11. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and saying "hi"! It's so fun to meet another Ottawa-based blogger. I'm going to add myself via GFC right now. This pumpkin, by the way, is SO pretty! I love how chic and sparkly it is. Can't wait to see your other DIY projects!

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  12. Lovin' the BLING! I was surprised to see the rhinestones come in strips like that - thought it was going to be much more tedious putting them on! Hoping our Dollar Store has them and I can make some glitzy pumpkins!

    DD

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