Chinoiserie & Leopard Pumpkins

My friend LH and I recently spent a fun evening crafting and chatting. She set up the cutest work station, with inspirational photos, paints and markers. We set to work creating our Halloween themed chinoiserie pumpkins!

First, we glittered the stems using Martha Stewart glitter in a champagne gold color (the best!). For the chinoiserie design, we made the initial draft in pencil and the went over it in sharpie (orange and a blush pink). I chose a few names from the Haunted Mansion graveyard for mine. :-)

We freehanded the leopard pumpkins, using to shades of orange and gold.

I love having these in my collection. They are the only new things I added this year for Halloween decor 2020!

Hope you have a super end to the week.

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