It's officially pumpkin season and I'm on the Proxxon blog with altered paper mache pumpkins!
I found these paper mache pumpkins and thought they would look amazing amongst the real pumpkins this holiday season.
Using the Proxxon Jig Saw, I cut around each pumpkin. It certainly did not take long to cut them apart. At approximately 1 pound, I love how light weight the Jig Saw is and how easy it is to maneuver.
In this time of social distancing, I wanted to create a reusable container that the kids would enjoy taking candy from this year.
Since the pumpkins would be sitting outside all Halloween day, I painted them with Plaid Outdoor Acrylic Paint in Geranium. Once dry, I added touches of Raw Umber.
Don't they look great amongst the real pumpkins?
Thanks for stopping by.