Trick-or-treaters will get a real hoot out of this wide-eyed bird. How to make it: Use hot-glue to secure head and body pumpkins together. Cut out two circles (roughly the size of a cupcake liner bottom) from light brown paper and insert them into two white liners. For the pupils, add two smaller round black dots. To create lashes, cut a brown cupcake liner in half and glue each half to the side of each white liner. Hot-glue completed eyes to the pumpkin. For wings, cut a brown and a white l...
Make these DIY teal pumpkins to place on your front porch this Halloween. The teal pumpkins let parents and their kids with allergies know you have non-food treats for trick or treaters. Help spread awareness for the Teal Pumpkin Project and make trick or treating safe and fun for everyone! Step 1. Cover ceramic pumpkin with 2-3 coats of teal paint. Step 2. Paint stems black. Step 3. Cover stem in Mod Podge once black paint is dry. Step 4. Sprinkle fine black glitter on stem!