So I let Samantha do her own little pumpkin decorating, but I wanted to get my craft on with pumpkin decorating too. We’ll of course do some carving, but painting pumpkins seems to be the thing lately and it looks super fun. We are big time glow-in-the-dark fans, so I figured I’d experiment with glow paint and regular neon acrylics. It was a success! All I did was combine half glow paint and half of a regular acrylic paint and it made the acrylic paint glow! The neon yellow and neon green look almost identical when it glows, but the other colors turned out pretty good. Such a fun and quick way to decorate pumpkins without a ton of mess like carving. Get yourself a black light, glow in the dark webbing, these glow pumpkins and you’ll have a very luminescent front porch =)

8 Responses to Glow-in-the-Dark Pumpkins…

  1. Helene says:

    Cool!! I love them!! they are very cool!!

  2. Britt says:

    What a fun idea! Will be doing this with our kiddos one day.

  3. How did I never think of this?! Such a smart, fun idea Sarah!!!

  4. Marie says:

    Wow i got to try this!! It will be so much fun, seeing them glow in the dark ;)

  5. i love pumpkins but hate carving! i’ll try this next year for sure. xoxo

  6. This is so so cute! I love the idea of glow in the dark!!!

    <3 Denise

    http://allthingsnew-denise.blogspot.com/

  7. That is so neat! totally more artsy than carving. How creative!

  8. Kelly says:

    These are so cute! Mine got destroyed by squirrels. They seriously ate the entire back half of it in one night. If it had had paint on it, maybe they would have kept away!

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