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DIY Whimsical Glow in the Dark Pumpkins

No worries if you have never decorated a glow in the dark craft pumpkin because I will show you how to do some really cool ones. Seriously, every year I look forward to buying tons of plastic pumpkins!  I like the artificial pumpkins for the simple fact that they will last forever, well not really but you get the point. 
 
Tulip has the best glow in the dark paint and it will be perfect for today's project. This craft is great for kids to do and you will watch the amazement on their face when you put them under or near a black light! Let's get started! Come check out all of my Halloween and Fall crafts!!! 

 

What you need:

You will need:
Tulip® Dimensional Fabric Paint™ Glow colors
Faux pumpkins

 


DIY Whimsical Glow in the Dark Pumpkins

Step One: Grab your glow in the dark paint and start squeezing your paint out at the top of your pumpkin allowing the paint to drip down like it's melting. Don't worry about it being thick and clunky.

DIY Whimsical Glow in the Dark Pumpkins

Step Two: Grab your heat gun and put the heat directly on the wet paint. It will start to crackle and blow up like a balloon but don't worry, it will look cool in the end!!!

DIY Whimsical Glow in the Dark Pumpkins

This is how it will look once it starts to heat up from the gun. Sorta like wrinkly skin, hehe!

DIY Whimsical Glow in the Dark Pumpkins

Step Three: Grab another pumpkin and just draw circles all over it in different colors eventually overlapping the circles. Sometimes simple designs look the best on these glow in the dark pumpkins! This is how they will look under black light!

DIY Whimsical Glow in the Dark Pumpkins

The BEST part is that they actually GLOW in the dark. If you don't have a black light you can put them in the sun for a bit and once inside they will glow like my heart is glowing right now! I am super stoked with how they came out! I hope you enjoy your holidays making your very own glow in the dark pumpkins. 

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and I can't wait to see what you create for Halloween! Don't forget to tag us with #ilovetocreate on any social media site! 

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