I like decorating with natural elements, but sometimes those natural elements can rot and make a mess. Plus, when your toddler likes to throw things, you probably shouldn’t have real pumpkins where she can reach them.
If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, then you know I don’t let color put me off. I can fix that.
Out came the Waverly chalk paint and my trusty brushes.
I think it turned out quite well, don’t you??
Now I have a super cute pumpkin that won’t rot or make a mess.
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