Decoupage Fabric Pumpkin How To
Decoupage Fabric Pumpkin How To is sponsored by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores® for the Creativity Made Simple Campaign.
Decorating for Halloween this year has been a blast! I have made so many fun Halloween decorations already and it’s only the first week of October! Today I wanted to share one of my favorites so far for one of my spooky spaces in the house, a decoupage fabric pumpkin tutorial. All of the supplies for this project can be purchased at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores®.
- Craft pumpkin
- Fabric remnants
- Mod Podge
- Two paint brushes
- Black acrylic craft paint
First, prepare your materials. I measured the distance from the top and bottom core of the pumpkin and cut approximately 1-2 inch thick strips. For this pumpkin, my strips were 9” long.
Next, I found it easiest to cut both ends as shown.
Generously apply Mod Podge directly onto the pumpkin, lay down your strip, and then generously apply a top layer of Mod Podge. Using your paint brush, smooth out your fabric against the pumpkin. Apply more Mod Podge as needed.
Continue adding each strip until your pumpkin is covered. Allow the pumpkin to dry completely.
Once the pumpkin is dry, paint the stem in the desired color to match your fabric.
Here are a couple after photos. I added some bones, antique books, and rhinestone skulls to help spook up my space.
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This review is part of the Jo‐Ann Fabric And Craft Stores® Celebrate The Season campaign. I received compensation for this review; however, this is my personal, honest opinion based on my experience.
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