Painting the pumpkin
Brian Francis

Paint Coats

Step 6: Add a coat of paint primer on the wood to give the pumpkin an even and consistent layer of paint on the surface. Paint the entire surface and edges of the pumpkin with the orange paint first. Once you have a consistent coating, trim the edges of the eyes, nose, mouth, and pumpkin top with black paint. Remember not to move your pumpkin until the paint is completely dry.

Now you can enjoy a friendly game of beanbag toss at your next Halloween party!








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