Quite the title, right? Makes you wonder what I’ve done now? Well, let me tell you… Those cute little white pumpkins I bought at the grocery store looked like they needed something extra added to them, so I did. A little tissue paper, a little Modge Podge and you’ve got yourself a custom decorative mini pumpkin to show off.
I started off with mini white pumpkins, tissue paper (the thinner the better), and some image transfer medium. Modge Podge would work just fine for this application as well.
I ordered the cursive paper online on Amazon. It was exactly what I was looking for, plus Amazon carries a wide variety of them in different colors and patterns.
I then applied the image transfer medium, again Modge Podge will work just fine, to the outside of the pumpkin with a paint brush. This brush actually kinda sucked as it needed to use something like a chippy brush because it was softer. But this is what happens when this is the only cheap brush you have on hand, you use it cuz you’re just gonna throw it out later.
I then applied the cut strip of tissue paper to the pumpkins, and added a layer of the image transfer medium over the top.
After it’s dried, you’ve got yourself a one of a kind mini decorative pumpkin to show off.