Trick or Treat Pumpkin Trio in Trendy Fluorescent Neon
Halloween is almost here, so join me today and create a Trick or Treat Pumpkin Trio in Trendy Fluorescent Neon! Bright orange Dollar Tree foam pumpkins are transformed into a fun greeting for all your Halloween visitors with 3D Fluorescent Neon Letters and my favorite Tombow MONO Multi Liquid Glue! This project is quick and easy to complete with the kiddos in just about 30 minutes!
Fluorescent Trick or Treat Pumpkin Trio
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Here's what you need to create a trio of Neon Pumpkins:
- 3D Fluorescent Neon Letters
- 3 Foam Pumpkins from Dollar Tree
- Design Master ColorTool Spray Paint – flat black
- Tombow MONO Multi Liquid Glue
Here's how to create the Trick or Treat Pumpkins:
In a well-ventilated area (or outside) spray paint the foam pumpkins black, with several light coats of Design Master ColorTool Flat Black. If spray paint is not your thing, use several coats of black acrylic craft paint like Americana Acrylic by DecoArt in Lamp Black. TIP: Test the spray paint on the bottom of an object made of foam to ensure the paint doesn't melt the foam.
Select the 3D Fluorescent Neon letters to spell your message and then remove them from the sheets. Flip the letters over on your work surface and carefully apply MONO Multi Liquid Glue with the fine tip applicator. Set aside so the glue becomes tacky. The MONO Multi is a special glue that always retains a tacky quality, so it is perfect for applications over curved surfaces, as well as foil and glitter.
Once the MONO Multi Liquid Glue is tacky, carefully apply one word, TRICK OR TREAT to each of the three foam pumpkins, which will create the trio. Because the 3D Fluorescent Neon letters are pliable, they conform to the rounded, dimensional shape of the pumpkins.
Remove the stem from the bottom two pumpkins and then glue the three pumpkins together, with the MONO Multi Liquid Glue one on top of the other in a stack. Top the trio with the pumpkin that still has a stem.
How to Create a Dollar Tree Trick or Treat Pumpkin Trio
Personalize your Trick or Treat Pumpkin Trio with a custom spray paint color and message to greet all your Trick or Treaters on Halloween night! The possibilities are endless!
If you enjoyed this quick and easy Halloween project, in addition, check out KIDS SKELETON HALLOWEEN COSTUME or DIY HALLOWEEN MUMMY DOOR with ENTER IF YOU DARE HALLOWEEN DOORMAT
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