Tuesday, November 8, 2011

guilded pumpkins {guest tutorial}

I finally put all my Halloween decor away (it was hard to do--I love Halloween!). Now I'm scrambling for some cute fall stuff, since everything I have is packed away in a storage unit! I do have a couple of projects in the works, but for today here's a quick and easy way to dress up inexpensive pumpkins to use in lots of ways, like in a fall centerpiece. I used Martha Stewart's Liquid Guilding in copper (thanks to a nice contribution of her new stuff by Plaid). It is way cool stuff. I can't wait to guild a few ornaments for my handmade Christmas, too! You can see the full tutorial for how to guild objects over at Make and Takes where we're guest posting today. Enjoy!



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5 Responses to “guilded pumpkins {guest tutorial}”

tina said...

The copper pumpkin is gorgeous!!!
I'll have to look for that paint next time I'm out and about.

Cheree @ The Morning Latte said...

They look beautiful--yes, I agree, the copper one IS gorgeous! And, fyi everyone--I just saw that Michaels has their fall/Halloween items 80% off! Maybe they'll have some mini-pumpkins?

505whimsygirl said...

I'm with Tina and Cheree. The copper pumpkin is beautiful. (O.k, I really wanted to say GORGEOUS). For some reason Billy Crystal just popped into my head.

Ashleigh Nichole said...

I love the copper pumpkin! It is so so cute & adorable :)

HeatherLeah said...

LOVE the pumpkins!! I'm a sucker for pumpkins and those are just gorgeous!

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