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I’ve had a lot of requests for Disney Villian crafts, and I am all in on this idea. Maybe a poison apple doesn’t actually count as a villain, but it does make for a pretty awesome no-carve pumpkin idea. Just make sure you keep your Poison Apple Pumpkin away from your Snow White pumpkin…
This Glow In The Dark Poison Apple Pumpkin couldn’t be easier to make. You’ll need:
- A Pumpkin (I’m using a craft pumpkin so I can use it again next year!)
- Red Spray Paint
- Brown Craft Paint
- Glow In The Dark 3D Paint
Start by giving your pumpkin a full coat of red spray paint. Once that’s dry, use your glow in the dark 3-D paint to draw on the eyes and nose of the poison apple face. Use the tip of the 3-D paint to spread on paint around the eyes and nose. Allow this to fully dry. You’ll also want to paint your pumpkin stem brown with a few coats of craft paint.
Continue to add paint in a dripping motion around the entire top of the pumpkin. Do this in thin coats and allow it to fully dry before adding additional coats. Use the tip of the paint bottle as you apply the paint to spread it around on the pumpkin.
Once you’re happy with the coverage on your pumpkin and it’s fully dry, turn off the lights and watch your pumpkin glow!
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