Halloween Pumpkin Ideas for Kids, Painted Pumpkins, No Carve Pumpkins, and Easy Spray Paint Pumpkins to make Pumpkin projects fun with your kids!
Pumpkin Painting and Carving are two of my kids favorite Fall activities. As a parent I’m looking for easy and fun ideas so I’ve compiled a few of my favorite Halloween Pumpkin Ideas for Kids that I hope you can find some inspiration from for your own Pumpkin Projects!
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Emojis are the new rage with my kids this year. Why not make an emoji pumpkin with yellow spray paint, felt or foam and heavy duty fast drying glue!
Oh my kids would love this one! They always like to see their Jack O Lanterns glow, but this is a no carve way to get glowing pumpkins!
For all our Superhero fans, these are super cute! My son actually (well my husband,let’s be real) painted a Batman Pumpkin using these as an example two years ago. Check out the How-To from delicious by dre.
Buy white pumpkins or paint your own and by just using Mod Podge and confetti you can create a pumpkin like this and delight your child with fun at the same time!
This is a beautiful pumpkin and would be fun to make with a little girl! For the full tutorial head on over to a Pumpkin & a Princess!
Paint your pumpkin white and decoupage some canvas leaves on your pumpkin for the easiest no-carve pumpkin idea! If you use an artificial pumpkin you could put this out well before Halloween! For more pumpkin decorating ideas visit Mom 4 Real!
With black acrylic paint, silver metallic paint, and star stickers you can create your very own Starry Night Halloween Pumpkin!
This is a simple, but elegant way to decorate a pumpkin. I can see my 8 year old loving this one. Paint your pumpkin your favorite color, attach a monogram stencil and continue through the tutorial from Third Stop on the Right for all the details!
Black Acrylic paint, googly eyes and black construction paper will be about all you need to make this pumpkin! Be sure to check out the full tutorial from Glue Sticks & Gumdrops.
With acrylic paint in Minion colors, hot glue, sharpie, black pipe cleaners and canning lids you can make your own Minion Pumpkin!
Start with naturally white or painted white pumpkins. You could use paint or paint markers (which are new to me) to make your stripes!
If you’re into Chevron, this is a an easy way to paint some stripes on your pumpkins! With spray paint and painters tape you can spray these pumpkins to create this cute chevron design!
Start with a mini pumpkin found at a local craft store, add some mod podge and sprinkle that confetti! To see all the details and more cute pictures visit burlap + blue.
This is probably one of the easiest and cleanest ways to decorate a pumpkin! You may already have Mr. Potato Head lying around so why not put it to good use?
This idea will take 3 white faux pumpkins, black and white vinyl, orange felt and a few other supplies to make into this cute topiary! You could even save this for winter decorations because you’re using faux pumpkins! Get the entire Olaf Tutorial from a Pumpkin & a Princess.
This idea can be used with real or fake pumpkins! You choose! You’ll want to pick up some stencils and your favorite color paint for the lettering. For all details visit Dear Creatives.
If your kids love a little creepy in their Halloween, this is a cute idea, yet not super scary! With white, red, blue and black acrylic paint you can make this one for yourself!
18.) Spray Paint Pumpkins
If you want to avoid carving pumpkins and like some glitter, this is the perfect easy idea for sprucing up some plain pumpkins! Just choose the color you want your pumpkin to be and purchase that color of spray paint. The glitter spray is so fun to add over a solid or just use by itself!
19.) Thumbtack Pumpkin
This idea is perfect if you want to use a faux pumpkin and don’t want to carve a real one. Using a styrofoam pumpkin, push thumbtacks into the pumpkin in whatever design you like and then add glitter glue over the thumbtacks for a little bling!
With some hot glue and glitter, this one is simple! It’s also a great idea if you want to do a book themed pumpkin, any guesses what book this represents?
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