While coloring the bottles for the Pumpkin and Ghost luminary, I had also colored a bottle blue and dripped the excess paint to a cup. I was feeling lazy to store the paint so I poured the paint over a mini pumpkin.
The paint created a beautiful drip art on the pumpkin.
CJ was pretty impressed with the pumpkin art and wanted to try her hand on a bigger pumpkin. She said "Mommy this is a one person art and you don't disturb just give me the craft supplies", Now a days she just wants to show her creativity. It was her idea to use oral dosing syringes and droppers for the art.
Oral dosing Syringes(the one with no needle)
Paper plate or cup to hold the pumpkin
Place the pumpkin on a paper plate
Mix - spoon of paint + spoon of glue/mod podge + 2 or 3 spoons of water. Blend thoroughly. You can also use paint alone. My daughter loves to mix and this also reduces the usage of paint.
Drip paint all around on top of the pumpkin
Since its a bigger pumpkin, we moved to the edge of the blue paint and added more paint!
one more layer of blue paint, at the end of pink
Let it dry.
I felt the pumpkin looked pretty cool. But CJ wanted her pumpkin to look similar to mine and so she poured some more blue and white acrylic paint.
Finally she got her pumpkin look like the smaller one!
To give a more appealing look, I wrapped a twine around the pumpkin stem!
Three Little Pumpkins or Six little Pumpkins sitting on a Table!