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Fluid Art Paint Pour Pumpkin Wreath

DecoArt® Fluid Art Ready to Pour™

Fluid Art Paint Pour Pumpkin Wreath
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Fluid Art Paint Pour Pumpkin Wreath

designed by Crimson Duvall

This paint pour pumpkin wreath is the perfect boho chic fall decor.

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SUPPLIES

DecoArt® Fluid Art Ready to Pour™

  • Fluid Art Sthnature 4PK (DASK659-B)
  • Gold (Metallic) (DFA150)

Other supplies

  • parchment paper (optional)
  • ribbon (optional)
  • small and medium brushes
  • string
  • aluminum foil pan (large enough to hold wire rack(s))
  • Wreath rings/frames (size is your preference)
  • mini pumpkins (as many as needed for wreath size)
  • disposable cups (small)
  • e6000 adhesive
  • wire rack
  • wooden skewers
  • plastic tablecloth

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Place the plastic table cloth on your work surface. Position wire rack(s) within the aluminum pan and set aside. Select as many mini pumpkins that will fit on your chosen wreath frame. Lay them out to see if you have enough to cover the circumference. (TIP: pour a few extra in case needed for mishaps.)
    Step 0 Example
  2. Use the Soothing Nature Fluid Art Ready to Pour Paint. The included colors are: Dusty Aqua, Ivory, Cay Green and Deep Teal.
    Step 1 Example
  3. While tilting the cup to one side, pour layers of each color in a small disposable cup. Place pumpkins on the racks in the aluminum pan and pour paint around the top of each pumpkin.
    Step 2 Example
  4. Add different combinations of layers of colors to get different looks on each pumpkin. If space allows, leave pumpkins on the racks to dry overnight. If you need to pour additional pumpkins, move the first group onto wooden skewers or place on freezer paper to dry.
    Step 3 Example
  5. Once the pumpkins are thoroughly dry, decide their placement around the frame.
    Step 4 Example
  6. Using a medium flat brush, paint wreath frame with Deep Teal and allow to dry.
    Step 5 Example
  7. Using E6000, glue each pumpkin onto the wreath frame. Allow to dry. (TIP: prop pumpkins to dry level.) Paint the stems with Gold Metallic using a small, soft brush. Allow to dry. Tie a small loop of string to the wreath frame for a no-show way to hang from a door hanger or tie on coordinating ribbon to add to the design.
    Step 6 Example
  8. This paint pour project is a beautiful addition to any fall decor.
    Step 7 Example