Welcome back to Make Something Sunday, where we post a new craft every week from our favorite DIY bloggers. Let's get started!
Today we are featuring craft from Amy, a Chicago native living in LA, of Homey Oh My. Amy's blog is filled with a minimal color palate and modern design. We love her beautiful and sophisticated DIY crafts! Now that it's October and officially pumpkin season, we will be making Amy's DIY Patterned Pumpkins. If you've been crafting with us, you will already have some of the materials needed to make these! You will need mini pumpkins, all purpose acrylic paint, foam brushes, foam pouncers (to create circle patterns), and paint pens. These items can all be found at your local craft store. We love these no-carve decorative pumpkins because they will last through October and even into November without rotting.
We will be painting one of our pumpkins teal to set out on Halloween. The Teal Pumpkin Project raises awareness of food allergies and promotes inclusion of all trick-or-treaters on Halloween. Simply place a teal pumpkin in front of your home and provide an allergen-free treat for trick-or-treaters with allergies!
We would love to see your take on this craft! Tag us on social media with the handles below and #makesomethingsunday and we’ll send you a code for $5 off at the shop (one per person)! Happy crafting and don’t forget to come back next Sunday for our next craft or sign up for our Make Something Sundays email list and we’ll send you an email every time we post a new craft!
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