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Paint a Pumpkin

Squeezy fun: No brush needed! By Kimberly Stoney

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Even if your little one is not yet ready for jack-o'-lanterns, you can still add a little pizazz to the pumpkins on your doorstep by painting them using this easy, low-mess, squeeze bottle method.
Paint a pumpkin
What You’ll Need 
  •  tray 

  •  paper 

  •  metal rack 

  • pumpkin 

  •  acrylic paint 

  •  water squeeze bottles

What to Do

1. Cover.  
Cover a tray with paper. Set metal rack and pumpkin on tray.

2. Mix. 
Mix three parts paint and one part water in a squeeze bottle.

3. Squeeze. 

Squeeze the bottle in a circular motion above the pumpkin.