Here’s a fun, girly take on a pumpkin for fall that is sure to please every princess.
The magical Cinderella pumpkin coach.
Here’s what I used for this fairytale come true pumpkin:
1 australian blue pumpkin
4 small white pumpkins
2 dow rods
Gold glitter paint
Embellishments of choice, I found stickers and jewelry supplies at Michael’s
Paper Cinderella silhouette (I found my free clip art online.)
Frame of choice (more free clip art.)
Here’s what I did:
Preserve your pumpkins. You can find a link on how I give my pumpkins longer life here.
Apply glitter paint to pumpkin and wheels and allow to dry.
Cut out silhouette and frame and Mod Podge center of pumpkin, allow to dry.
Use yellow paint to create a romantic glow around Cinderella’s Silhouette.
Drill holes in small, white pumpkins. Insert rods and hot glue into place. Add jewels to center of wheels.
Add crown jewelry for coach top and embellishments of choice.
Voila…a fall pumpkin coach fit for a princess.
The autumn Cinderella pumpkin coach. A fun, girly twist on the traditional jack o latern.
Ter'e Crow Lindsay says
Girlfriend…….look how talented you are! This is just beautiful.
Blue Australian Pumpkins?????? really? Never heard of such a thing. Another reason to move back to Missouri, right?
I was picking up drugs at Walmart the other day…….and they had these really UGLY gray warthog looking pumpkins. I was in love!!!!! LOL. It’s too hot in FL to put out real pumpkins………but, I am afraid…….we will have an ugly punkin at our house. LOL
This is so cute! All you need is little mice to pull it! But don’t. Seriously…
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Lindee Katdare says
Magical, beautiful and unique. Thanks for sharing.
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