– Laserjet printouts of your instagram photos (I just tiled mine up in my Preview program on my mac)
Note: I tiled up about 20+ images to cover my small pumpkin
– Scissors or paper cutter
– Collage Pauge Instant Decopauge Medium
– Plate to pour your Collage Pauge onto
– foam brush (if desired)
3. Continue randomly applying your images to your pumpkin, overlapping as you go. I didn’t want to leave any pumpkin areas exposed. I also covered the stem for a cohesive look, but you could also use glitter or paint to embellish the stem. Let the Collage Pauge dry (this will take an hour or so).
Can you believe this pumpkin was that simple? Yep, you can make and display it in a couple hours. Notice the little girl in the photo above? Yep, that’s me circa 1984. And the skull at bottom is a piece by my friend Crafty Chica.
You can use photos of people, things, or your pets. The ideas are endless. You could also just do it entirely in black and white. It’s up to you!
Until next time Swellions!