I picked up as many chunks as I could and let my best friend, the dust buster, handle the rest.
I got out my trusty can of Krylon for plastic to give my pumkin a good coating.
I love the brown glittery finish!
(You may remember I also used it for my Gourd Decor.)
This stuff is seriously fabulous for plastic!
I gave my pumpkin a good two coats of paint which took no time at all because this stuff dries in 15 minutes. Seriously!
Now, I do love orange pumpkins, but I wanted to paint this one because I wanted to be sure my fall bouquet stood out and wasn't competing with the orange of the pumpkin.
I wasn't able to gouge out enough room for my original plastic cup, but one of my small glasses fit in the pumpkin quite nicely.
I trimmed my stems down and did a little flower arranging letting the larger flowers hang over the side of the pumpkin to hide any styrofoam.
I have to say, I'm lovin' it!!
The perfect fall accent for my kitchen hutch!
Now I just have to remember to water them...