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Chalkboard Pumpkins

By: Kirsten Jones
Bats and Spiders…ohh my. Pumpkin characters, you can create your own spooky face
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Skill Level: Beginner


FolkArt ® Chalkboard Paint - Black, 8 oz.
Item #2517
Now you can create a chalkboard writing surface on any piece of wood or even terra cotta! Our new chalkboard paint is great for decorating furniture, party favors or gifts. Easy to use: simply brush on, let dry and condition with chalk! Chalkboard paint is waterbased and non-toxic.


FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Licorice, 2 oz.
Item #938
Premium, all-purpose acrylic paint for decorative crafts and home décor. Superior coverage. Exceptional brushability. Use on all porous surfaces. All colors are certified AP non-toxic, water-based, and acid neutral.


Other Supplies
1” flat brush
2 sheets stiff black felt
Thick black pipe cleaners
Craft knife


1. Basecoat pumpkins with Licorice, let dry.

2. Paint pumpkins with Chalkboard paint, let dry,

3. Cut bat ears and wings from stiff black felt.  Using craft knife, slit pumpkin to create place to insert wings and ears.

4. Poke hole into pumpkin and insert pipe cleaners as shown to create spider legs.
5. Using chalk, add faces.

PROJECT TIP: Use Colored Chalk to add details and words!


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